What are the Amazing State Park Passes that we love to use? How did we get them? What is the cost and what are the benefits? Which ones are the best? This post is updated from the previous July 2020 post. South Dakota I also qualify for different state programs. South Dakota has discounts at […]
This is our end-of-year review. Where did we go and what did we do in 2021? (The states we visited in 2021 are above this paragraph next to the date.) What amazing things did we see along the way? In 2021 we added eleven new states to our route map. Other than Louisana we spent
The last time we did this was the summer of 2019. We are adding new states to our travel map and these are the first states not in the west. All last year we visited new areas in states we had already explored. Every state prior to this was in the west. We expected to
Storming Arizona describes both our stay in Arizona and how we left Arizona. We have never traveled so far so fast. Now it is warm. I was telling friends that we were going to slow down when it got warm. The last few days were in the 70s, and then it was more than 80.
FoxRVTravel-Snippet: Total Solar Eclipse 2024 — In 2017 we started our full-time RV adventure with our RV trip to see the August Total Solar Eclipse. We covered over 1600 miles in two weeks and promised ourselves that we were not going to travel long distances with time constraints. The trip underlined the fact that we
We have added Texas to our map. After spending three days in El Paso we pushed east to a huge rock-climbing location called Hueco Tanks Texas. Seems that it used to be a free-for-all and now the Texas State Park system has cracked down, cutting visitors to 70 a day, plus guided operations. Normal campers
Guadalupe Pass – Bad Roads for RVs is located on US Highway 62/180 east of El Paso Texas, south of Carlsbad New Mexico. This road is steep but the steep section is short, about three miles long. US Highway 62/180 in the steep area is a divided four-lane, with two lanes in each direction. There are
Campsite Review: Pine Springs Campground, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, this is RV is camping in a parking lot. Not my style of camping. Guadalupe Mountains NP is not an RV destination. It is a hiking destination and backcountry camping destination but it is not an RVing destination. We didn’t visit Dog Canyon Campground because the