I need to get this Blog organized. Truly. But I’m going to start posting about boondock stops we love. We had pulled into Love’s Truck Stop…and pulled right the hell back out because it was FULL of the Sturgis/Covid Rat (aka Soon to be Donor Bikes) Crowd. Don’t post here re anti-motorcycle stuff. My husband,Continue reading “Boondocks we love! Coffee Cup Fuel Stop – Hartford, SD.”
Ah, the great northern land of Mosquitoes as big as a baby’s fist. Once the sun sets (and after s’mores by the fire) you better get inside quick like! My husband and I were born and raised in Wisconsin. We don’t go back much – ‘cause it’s freeze your ass off cold in winter andContinue reading “We Made it to Wisconsin! No Snark here.”
It’s been a long day. First, our dog’s surgery went well. Growths were removed (as was an unknown broken tooth). We also picked up the Thor Delano RV. The dealer was able to install latch system child seat part! I’ll write more about dealer experience tomorrow. It has been a LONG day.
Spring and Summer 2020 are now known in our house as the time of the Covid – 19 lbs of weight. (I jest about Coronavirus because there is nothing amusing about it. If we don’t laugh we’d cry). Thank you (not) quarantine home cafe. My husband is a good cook. Anyways, my husband and IContinue reading “The Wild Weight Ride: What the Heck are we going to do for food and exercise in RV on the road?”
Nothing good lasts forever…but 3 hours? That’s like waiting in line for a Disney ride only to get to the front of the line and have it break. Not that we’ve had that happen or anything. Ok, we did. So, when we left off we had purchased a lemon RV that broke down three hoursContinue reading “Return of the RV”
Let’s start at the beginning, shall we? So this pandemic, Covid-19, Coronavirus thing…drove us to purchase an RV… that totally didn’t work out. June 2020. We have a kindergartner/six year old. No school. No camps. And a long summer stretching out before us. The future….It doesn’t look pretty. So we start researching about buying aContinue reading “Because nothing ever goes as planned….”