One Night in Palo Duro

I had just finished 5 days at Caprock Canyons State Park and if you read my blog consistently, you definitely know it’s become my favorite park to visit. But the thing is, my trip around the “south by southwest” wasn’t over. Next up was a beautiful location, another state park. This one is called PaloContinue reading “One Night in Palo Duro”

Mother Neff State Park Recap – Small Snakes, Big Rabbits!

Texas has SO MANY ranches. On my way to Mother Neff State Park, I should’ve counted all the ranches. There had to be at least 50 just on the one stretch of road where I spent most of the trip. Highway 7, I think it was? These pastures and hillsides were grand and spread out.Continue reading “Mother Neff State Park Recap – Small Snakes, Big Rabbits!”

Overnight camping at a beautiful farm in Georgia

As a camper, I started a membership with Harvest Hosts which provides overnight camping at farms, breweries, wineries, churches, all kinds of locations for people who need somewhere to stay for a night (or two, some offer more than just one night). Last week, and for just the second time with my new membership, IContinue reading “Overnight camping at a beautiful farm in Georgia”

Hardridge Creek Camping – Pictures Part 2

In yesterday’s post, I referenced Elvis Presley’s song “One Is Enough” because there’s this pandemic trend that is still going on to this day and it’s one of my top pet peeves at the moment. Click here for that story. But I guess I have to go against the message of that song because today’sContinue reading “Hardridge Creek Camping – Pictures Part 2”

Basic needs for camping with your new travel trailer!

Hello! I’ve been camping around Florida in 2022 (click here for some stories) and along the way I’ve learned a few things that I want to share with you. When I arrived at the first RV park I’d ever stayed in, I had a rough experience getting the travel trailer settled in at the campsite.Continue reading “Basic needs for camping with your new travel trailer!”