Just a quick re-blog and update of my campground review for Fort Stevens State Park. We still love this spot.
A basic, but very friendly RV park in a GREAT location in Boise, ID
Site quality = 2.5/5
Just so-so sites here. They are all basic, cleared flat dirt with [...]
Just a quick update of our park review for Three Island Crossing State Park. Still ranks very high for us as a stop on I-84.
A lovely State Park campground surrounded by stunning mountains & lots of hiking trails just north of Tuscon, AZ.
Site Quality = 3/5
Sites vary from very nice to very poor depending [...]
It’s time to wrap-up our time here in Yuma so we can make it to the big show in Quartzsite. This is our second trip to this area and I have to admit it’s grown on us. Yuma is, in many ways, an odd kinda town…it’s a rather featureless valley that’s a huge snowbird destination, mostly [...]
Just a quick re-blog of our Armitage County Park review from last year (updated with a few extra pics and tips). This is far and away our favorite place to stay in Eugene, OR. Click on link below:
“…in America Madeira was esteemed above all other wine..”
John Adams, from correspondence Aug 1st 1783
Little did I know that when I tasted my first glass of Madeira last week I was stepping ~250 years back right into the shoes of the Founding Fathers. In fact not only was this wonderful wine a major import of the American Colonies [...]
It all started with a free shot and a strike. The strike actually happened first, although I had no clue until I tried to board a flight in Newark that no longer existed.
“Oh, I don’t think we’re flying that route today. We went on strike you see” said the friendly hostess
“But my baggage is [...]
I’m taking my one and only chance at Internet here in Denmark to send you a quick “hi” in good ‘ol Danish style. With a “Skål” (“Cheers”) and raise of the snaps-glass I’ll have you know I’ve integrated thoroughly into many happy Danish memories.
I spent most of my childhood summers in a small thatched cottage house in the [...]
Like all great projects they claimed it couldn’t be done. Yet in the end all it took was a man, a vision, some industrial ingenuity and the fortitude to make it happen. It was the early 1870′s and prospectors in hunt of gold and precious metals had flooded out west, most making the perilous journey [...]
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