Motorhome, RV, Travel

I’m Delinquent! (but not a delinquent)

Good Grief!!  I can't believe it, I'm Delinquent (but not a delinquent)!  It's been almost a month since I've last posted.  For you readers, that's probably a bad thing.  For me, I guess it means that I'm taking my retirement seriously.  I find that I'm not driven by goals and timelines like I used to… Continue reading I’m Delinquent! (but not a delinquent)

Road Trip

Campground Review – Custer’s Gulch RV Park

We stayed 4 nights in Custer's Gulch RV Park in Custer SD, right next to Custer State Park.  We were pretty happy with this park, the price was reasonable and if you're a Good Sam member you'll get the Good Sam Discount.  The spaces are large enough for the biggest of RVs and they are… Continue reading Campground Review – Custer’s Gulch RV Park

Bear Lake
Road Trip

Bear Lake and Logan UT, here we come!!

Leaving Moab was hard, there was still so much we wanted to see!  Guess, we'll just have to plan another trip, right? Right!! We left Moab to go to our next stop at Bear Lake, UT. We'll take day trips into Logan, UT to see where I went to college, Utah State University.  I spent… Continue reading Bear Lake and Logan UT, here we come!!

Road Trip

Jackalope Herd and Custer SD in the Black Hills

Henry our jackalope is in heaven. He went out with some of his long lost buddies last night and had a grand old time.  He stayed out a little too late last night and paid for it this morning. But he was excited to see his old buddies. Jackalopes don't keep track of years like… Continue reading Jackalope Herd and Custer SD in the Black Hills

Road Trip

Island Park, ID – 33 mile Main Street, Mesa Falls and a long lost friend

Yup, we're in Island Park, ID visiting a dear, dear friend from my home town in Sioux Falls, SD. Funny story, we both grew up in SD, both went to the same high school (go Washington Warriors!!!) but didn't actually meet until we were in college and living next door to each other in the… Continue reading Island Park, ID – 33 mile Main Street, Mesa Falls and a long lost friend