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Life on the Open Road

DRIVING DOWN THE ROAD.

Anyone that travels understands that 9 hours in a car or truck is a LONG time.  Route 70 from the eastern part of Colorado to Kansas City, MO is, well, boring.  To amuse myself, I came up with a list... Continue Reading →

SMALL TOWN SECRETS

When we travel through this country of ours we often like to stop at museums and explore the past history of the areas we visit. Thanks to the internet, it is easy to find things of interest wherever you happen... Continue Reading →

SUN RESORTS RV PARK, MESQUITE, NEVADA

The Sun Resorts RV Park in Mesquite, Nevada is a clean and well-maintained park.  It is located behind a grocery store which is very convenient and within walking distance to two casinos (Virgin River and Eureka) and several restaurants.  Just... Continue Reading →

NATIONAL TREASURE RV RESORT, PAHRUMP, NEVADA

The National Treasure RV Resort in Pahrump, Nevada is a great place.  It is all RV's and each spot has a concrete pad and full hook-ups.  Electric is additional.  It is well maintained and free of debris. Set just outside... Continue Reading →

MESA SPIRIT RV RESORT, MESA, ARIZONA

This was not our original destination in Mesa, Arizona.  We had booked a spot from January 29 to the end of March at View Point RV in Mesa.  I called them several times to make sure they had a spot... Continue Reading →

EMERALD DESERT RV RESORT, PALM DESERT, CALIFORNIA

The Emerald Desert RV Resort in Palm Desert, California is a beautiful oasis in the desert.  Palm trees galore with a great mixture of other green trees, grass and beautiful flowers.  The RV spots are concrete with full hook-ups not... Continue Reading →

DON LAUGHLIN’S RIVERSIDE RV RESORT, LAUGHLIN, NEVADA

Where have we been?  We have been chasing the sunshine through the winter months.  We stayed at a few KOA RV Parks (New Mexico - which was a mud mess) on the way to Nevada from Illinois, one rest area... Continue Reading →

RESEARCH, PLAN, BOOK.

I've said it before and I will say it again: other than missing my son/family and friends, the hardest thing while living on the road is finding locations, planning your trips, and booking the right spots. It is universal...customer service... Continue Reading →

Running a Business on the Road.

The question I am asked the most is how do I still run a business on the road.  Good question!  I run one business with two separate elements.  Confusing you say?  Yep! Before we made the decision to pack up... Continue Reading →

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