Oof. It's been a jam packed crazy past few weeks. Between 2+ weeks heading down to Florida to be with my mom last month. And returning to the boat in Savannah just to prepare and evacuate for Hurricane Dorian. We've hardly had a chance to rest and catch up. We … [Read more...] about What’s Next for 2019? Van? Boat? Bus?
We're so glad we booked a month long stay in Brunswick, as it gave us ample opportunity to get acquainted with our new camper van that we found waiting for us in the parking lot. We really had no plans this summer - continue heading north? Stay in Brunswick? Store the … [Read more...] about Getting Buzzed along the Georgia Coastline – Cruising the Great Loop
After a wonderful winter spent on the St. Johns River and in Sanford, we arrived back to Jacksonville so we could bounce over to the RVillage Rally in Live Oak. We returned to The Marina at Ortega Landing (same marina we stayed at back in fall), and came down with … [Read more...] about Back on the Great Loop – FINALLY Leaving Florida! (Or…Wild Horses Couldn’t Drag Our Anchor?)
In galaxy far far away, we once helped launch a social network for RVers called RVillage. It was an ambitious idea pitched to us by Curtis Coleman - imagine being able pull into an RV park, check in on the website and then be able to view the profiles of others parked … [Read more...] about Reconnecting with our RVing Roots at RVillage Rally 2.0
Whew.. lots of recent excitement over adding the Travato to our nomadic fleet this month. But we still have lots of cruising travel stuff to catch you up on to get us to Georgia! So lets do the time warp back to March... Last we left you, we were fighting midges in … [Read more...] about Leaving Sanford and Cruising Down the St. Johns River
Our stay in Sanford was on a whole, amazing. As we shared in our last post, we loved the historic downtown, the marina, the friends we made and the entertainment options. As soon as we extended our stay, we bought tickets to the last showing of The Bridges of Madison … [Read more...] about The Midges of Seminole County (Time to Leave Sanford)