Driving into New Mexico from Mesa Verde, Colorado is like being on another planet… Intricate mountains, like sandcastles with pink, white and purple layers all around us... Did Gaudi visit here, too? This article is dedicated to our RV trip through New Mexico, the last state of this journey. RVing in New Mexico One of… Continue reading How to Travel the USA by RV. Part Four. New Mexico: from Anasazi Petroglyphs to Breaking Bad
After traveling through North Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas, we were finally approaching one of the main destinations of our "USA by RV Trip": Colorado. We entered via Hwy 36, drove through the impressive Thompson Canyon and arrived Estes Park. It was the first stop of our 500+ mile journey across Colorado, where… Continue reading How to Travel the USA by RV. Part Three. The Most Interesting RV Stops in Colorado
After traveling through Florida, Alabama and Mississippi, we finally arrived to our next destination: Hot Springs, Arkansas. This was the beginning of the next leg of our USA by RV trip, which I am calling Mid-Country. This section covers a nearly 1500-mile journey across Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas on the way to Colorado. TIP: Due… Continue reading How to Travel the USA by RV. Part Two. Mid-Country: Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas
We would like to offer you a run-down of our 3-month-long RV trip across the USA by RV. It covers over 3000 miles through 8 States (Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico). The first part is dedicated to the American South. The trip starts in Florida and goes through Alabama and Mississippi,… Continue reading How to Travel the USA by RV. Part One. American South: Florida, Alabama, Mississippi
The Blue Ridge Mountains is a bucket-list destination for many people. Breathtaking views, clear mountain air, beautiful nature and numerous fun and adventurous activities. What else can you do to magnify your experience of the Blue Ridge Mountains? Well, I will tell you what: don’t settle for a regular hotel. Try something really special ...… Continue reading How to Vacation in a Yurt in the Blue Ridge Mountains
No Name Harbor is known in the sailing world as a stop not to be missed before going to and from the Keys, as well as a place to wait for a weather window before crossing to the Bahamas. With only a bit more than 40 miles to Bimini, there is no need for an… Continue reading 11 Reasons To Bring Your Boat To No Name Harbor, Key Biscayne/Cape Florida
Welcome to Marathon, the “heart of Florida Keys”, as they call it. You tied up your mooring lines at City Marina, lowered your dinghy motor, got all set up and now you finally sit down and realize you are hungry… and too tired to cook! But if you’ve never been here, how do you know… Continue reading 12 Restaurants in Marathon, Florida Keys, Accessible By Dinghy Or By Foot From City Marina/Boot Key Harbor
As we approached the entrance to the Southeast Channel, we turned on the motor, dropped the sails, and a few minutes later, a heart-wrenching whistle and knocking sound called out from the engine room. "Michael!! What is THIS?"