New York-No RV

Before we became full timers. we had a couple of trips planned. This was one of them. We left our rig in MS and flew to New York for a few days of… Continue reading

Quick stops in ATL & BHM

We are making our way back to Meridian and trying to stick to our plan of driving about 200 miles per day. This required a stop in Atlanta and a quick overnight in… Continue reading

Gaffney, SC

Gaffney, SC is not exactly a tourist destination, but we were here on a mission. Approximately 80% of motorhomes are built on a truck chassis manufactured by Freightliner. Gaffney is the home of… Continue reading

Dreher Island South Carolina

Before I tell you about Dreher Island, I wanted to share a few other pics we took in Savannah. First off, there are the traditional photos of the fountain in Forsyth Park. It… Continue reading

Low Country

If you did not read anything about FDR in the previous Pine Mountain post, go back. I made a late entry that has some other information. Jimmie Kay’s best friend as a child… Continue reading

Pine Mountain GA

Our first destination since we became full-timers was going to be to the low country. We had been to Savannah 5 years ago and thoroughly loved it. Jimmie Kay’s childhood friend, Vannessa and… Continue reading

Emergency JazzFest Trip

After several weeks of hectic moving and selling and rearranging, we decided that we needed a little relaxation and enjoyment. Our scheduled departure for Pine Mountain GA and Coastal South Carolina was still… Continue reading

The Transition to Full Time

It’s wonderful when a plan comes together, but sometimes it is scary how quickly it can happen. Let me recap the story for you. It was January 2014 when we first met Kim… Continue reading

Wet & Cold San Antonio!

It was a busy week in San Antonio. The rodeo was in town and we tried to get into our RV park a day early but there was no room at the inn!… Continue reading

Going to San Antonio

Our daughter moved to San Antonio last August. She is employed at a large public relations and event firm in San Antonio. One of her first projects to take on was the San… Continue reading