From our family to yours, Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving filled with many beautiful blessings during the holiday and EVERY day. With much love and
Today’s hodgepodge of random photos includes one from Shipshewana, Indiana. I recently met my friend, Marion, there for a girl’s day of browsing, relaxing lunch,
RVillage is a valuable tool for full-time and part-time RVers. It can be compared to Facebook, only it’s better. RVillage is more private and focused
The blog is named Random Bits of Trial and Error for a reason–just putting that out there from the get-go. We researched almost everything about
We have been asked this question a lot lately and it’s been a couple years since my last post about how we receive our mail
I can tell you this, the experience was scary. It was a travel day and we were leaving Jacksonville, Florida to head to the Tampa
During one of our recent stays in Texas, my goddaughter, Gabby, traveled with her parents to stay with us for three days. We had a
Mike always gives our girls a wise bit of advice when they are about to start a daunting project, take a big test, get a
We did sign up for this. It’s no secret that RV life is full of occurrences which can reroute a trip or alter well-laid plans
This life of picking up and going wherever and whenever we choose is amazing. Seeing new places, visiting family, or simply exploring–all of it feeds
Saying goodbye to Sedona was sad. We loved the area so much, but it was time to move on to the next stop (Las Vegas).
What could be better than a campground in the sprawling Verde Valley outside of Sedona, Arizona? Nothing. Especially when there is a winery next door.
The motorhome survived the eight-inch snowfall and single-digit temperatures while in the Grand Canyon area, so we headed to Sedona, Arizona. We soon discovered driving
This title is perfect for a special memory I’d like to share. We are currently in Las Vegas, (the blog posts are out of order—I’m
During our time near Sedona, Arizona, we visited Tuzigoot National Monument, which is located in the beautiful Verde Valley. From the road and Visitor’s Center,