Blowout in the Nevada Desert!

Commercial truckers and RVers have mostly adversarial relationships, this we know from colorful comments we’ve heard on the CB and seen on social media. And just two miles after spouting some ourselves at a trucker who crossed the center line, another one saved us from an expensive insurance claim, or …

Route 66 – Albuquerque

Route 66 Albuquerque Petroglyph National Monument Petroglyph National Monument is a must if one is anywhere near Albuquerque, New Mexico. First, though, we stopped in the city at Cummins Rocky Mountain for engine and generator oil changes. Electrical hookups for overnight is available, and we had time for shopping during the service …

Roswell – Welcome to the Neighborhood

Although little green men occupy various storefronts in the town of Roswell, if one goes beyond those touristy spots, discoveries include a surprising welcome: a family friendly bicycle trail with several attractions and obvious community investment. Used to longer rides, we chose a park near the middle of the trail, …

Texas Lake Trail

We discovered the Texas Lakes Trail when we changed our minds about returning to our Escapees domicile at Rainbow’s End due to a sold-out RVers Bootcamp. We didn’t travel the whole trail, rather we dived into two different lakes along it and hope to return for more another day! Use …