What’s Next?

Apr 20

What’s Next?

Three weeks. It’s only been three weeks since our last post yet so much has happened.  We made our beeline home and arrived on time. We cleaned up and unpacked the Tardis and I was home for a whole day before I flew to Oklahoma City for a little storm chasing. It was just a couple of days but after spending months on the road, I loved the idea of just being...

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The Beeline Home

Mar 29

The Beeline Home

“Once a journey is designed, equipped, and put in process, a new factor enters and takes over. A trip, a safari, an exploration, is an entity, different from all other journeys. It has personality, temperament, individuality, uniqueness. A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike. And all plans, safeguards, policing, and coercion are fruitless. We find after...

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Big Sur, California

Mar 21

Big Sur, California

After our stay in Morro Bay, we drove up to the Monterey Bay area for a couple of nights in Marina, California. There’s not a lot to say about Marina this time – it was a quick break to get some shopping and laundry done before heading down to Big Sur. On Wednesday morning, we packed up and headed down the coast to the Big Sur Campgrounds and Cabins...

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RVillage – Connect with other RV’ers

Mar 17

RVillage – Connect with other RV’ers

A new social network for connecting RV’ers launched this week and we’ve been using it to connect with other folks near us. It’s called RVillage and is at least partly written by our friends (who we’ve never actually met, but feel like they’re old friends) at Technomadia. Just like most social network sites, you can create a friends list...

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Morro Bay Photos

Mar 16

Morro Bay Photos

As I mentioned before, we tried to stop in Morro Bay back in January but we didn’t quite make it. This time, though, we planned ahead enough to get reservations at Morro Dunes RV Park which is situated right next to the beach. I love being able to walk just a few hundred yards to get right down to the ocean. The town of Morro Bay has lots of great seafood...

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Carpinteria State Beach’s Puzzle Challenge

Mar 16

Carpinteria State Beach’s Puzzle Challenge

Carpinteria State Beach’s campground is like a very large puzzle with an amazing view. The campground is located just a few miles from Santa Barbara, California and our spot was just a few steps from a beautiful beach. In order to let as many people as possible enjoy the location, though, the park has set up the campsites to be VERY close to each other. When...

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Hitting the Road (again)

Mar 13

Hitting the Road (again)

It’s been a lovely 3 weeks in San Diego. Well, there was one weekend when a pretty big wind storm blew through and the Tardis was being pelted with palm fronds from the tree behind us but otherwise it has been sunny and quite pleasant. So it’s time to go. In addition to the wind storm, we went to the Storyline conference to help us figure out some of the...

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