After leaving Vian, OK we headed towards Lafayette, LA for Mardi Gras. The first night we thought to stop, since we had SO MUCH FUN in Vian, OK, in Vi(vi)an, LA. There was a Walmart. And the Walmart had a Dairy Queen Attached. It LOOKED good. There was a Blackhawks game on (v. the Wild),
Arriving near Vian, our instructions from hosts, Dave and Lynn Gray went something like this: “Your GPS will never get you to us. So here is what you do…take a right at the (one) stop sign in “Downtown” Vian. Drive 2 miles and you will see a white pickup truck by a gate…” Worked perfectly.
Well, it finally happened. We have bottomed out! I don’t mean personally, chemically, emotionally, politically. Well, maybe politically. But I am actually referring to the Tow-hitch on the bus. We found a driveway with too big a dip. Safety Cables cut through as was the cable that operates the tow car’s lights. The good
We stayed in Bullhead City, Az. overnight, but NOT at the Moose Lodge. We could have, but I was worried about the entry to the lot—a very high driveway ramp looked like it would at the very least bottom out the hitch. Perhaps the Clown Car would actually fly. So we went just down the road
Three days spent in Marin country having an AWESOME time with college-friend Mark and his charming wife, Tracy. Despite the rain. And RAIN IT MOST CERTAINLY DID. Enough to affect in some small or not so small way everything we did. Day 1: We drove up to Sonoma Country for some Wine Tasting. The normal
Before you look it up, there is NO LAKE MARIN. Just a reference to our RV park, which became a lake after torrential (and nearly perpetual) rain. The bus is high and dry, but there is a lake at the entrance. Not too worried about getting the bus out (very high clearance), but we may
Spending several days in Half Moon Bay, just south of San Francisco. This is more like we imagined our travels. Up until now, we have been pretty actively moving. At HMB, we have been pretty actively relaxing! Our friends Mike and Fran McDowell counselled us on this. When full-time RVing, don’t think like you are