6 Do’s and Don’ts in Biscayne National Park

The boys have a new favorite national park – Biscayne! We only had one day, but we absolutely made the most of the experience. Due to Covid-19, we had a hard time getting in contact with park personnel to be sure that we had a good overview of the park activities. Candace normally speaks toContinue reading “6 Do’s and Don’ts in Biscayne National Park”

5 Tips for Everglades National Park

When visiting south Florida you can easily get to two major national parks, and many people visit all three. Both Everglades and Biscayne National Parks are not to be missed. here are a few things we learned along the way. It was a little difficult to get information as we are still in a semiquarantineContinue reading “5 Tips for Everglades National Park”

4 New Favorite Finds for May 2020 COUNTDOWN!

We are asked a lot about our favorite products to take on our many RV trips. Here is the first installation of our new monthly post about all of our favorite finds! These items have slowly made our RV experience so much easier! We love finding these amazing products and sharing them! Countdown to ourContinue reading “4 New Favorite Finds for May 2020 COUNTDOWN!”

A Perfect Mother’s Day at Ray Roberts Lake State Park

We had a great long weekend at Ray Roberts State Park! The drive from the Houston area was pretty long, but we loved the chilly weather in May (love of 44!), and the water in every direction! There are numerous sections in Ray Roberts Lake State Park, but the main two are Johnson Branch andContinue reading “A Perfect Mother’s Day at Ray Roberts Lake State Park”

5 Fresh Ideas – Meal Planning for your Weekend Away!

We all love those burgers and hot dogs, but it can get old if you are going to the same meals every time you head out for a trip. These are a few unexpected options that we LOVE on our RV trips. Yes, of course, we still love a good burger on the grill, butContinue reading “5 Fresh Ideas – Meal Planning for your Weekend Away!”

Looking for an escape that has the city amenities but the seclusion of the country? Look no further!

During this epidemic, we were looking for an opportunity to get outside while remaining socially distant. The state parks are only open for day use, and you definitely need reservations in advance. We decided to stay at a small RV park in Bastrop, Texas as so many state parks are in driving distance. We headedContinue reading “Looking for an escape that has the city amenities but the seclusion of the country? Look no further!”