Monthly Archives: October 2014

Rving has allowed us to see so many interesting places that we normally wouldn’t have the opportunity to see. Having our Car Dolly behind the RV let’s us tour major cities like San Francisco that I wouldn’t want to drive the RV into.

We got into Moab, Utah just before sunset. It’s one of the coolest adventure towns I’ve ever seen. Arches National Park is just a few miles north of town. There are a lot of outfitters who provide 4 wheelers and mountain biking. The town was bustling with outdoors people. We went to the Moab Diner. It was busy with bikers, hikers and adventurists. The service was excellent and the food was even… Read More

One of the few states I haven’t been to yet is Colorado. I had high expectations and the beauty of this state didn’t let me down. We stayed the night in Denver. i70 goes through some extremely scenic areas just after Denver. It continues to be scenic following the Colorado River until you leave the state. The pic below was a scenic rest stop at Georgetown Lake just off the i70. You… Read More

We loved our time on the east coast with Danielle’s family. Now it was time to zip back across America to get back to our RV in Cali and continue the RV Life. “The journey is my home.”

Apples are awesome, Gettysburg is awesome. It just makes sense that the 50th anniversary of the largest apple festival in America in Gettysburg would be awesome….It was!

The Surfing Pomeranian and Myself and going out surfing to world famous Cowells Beach in Santa Cruz tonight from 4:30-6:30 Pacific Time. You can watch the event live via surfline webcam by clicking HERE.

Harpers Ferry West Virginia is a beautiful historic town where the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers meet. It’s a busy tourist town with a population of only 286 people. This area is a huge outdoor recreation destination. Popular activities are camping, white water rafting, fishing, mountain biking, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking and rock climbing.

Traveling has opened doors for us to spend significant amount of time with our families this summer. In september we were able to spend  the month with Danielle’s family in Maryland. Maryland is beautiful and rich in history. How many deer can you count in the backround staring at The Traveling Pomeranian?

I’ve witnessed some odd things in my day but our visit to Dogfish Head Brewery made my top 10 list. It was an Intergalactic Bocci Ball Tournament. It was a big event where teams can come in and play in costume. The buildings on the property are very creative and unique and really adds to the oddness of the event. If you’re ever in the area I encourage you to check this… Read More

Dewey Beach is a small Beach town in Delaware. It’s just a few miles away from larger Rehoboth Beach. Both towns are big tourist attractions and great Beach getaways. Two restaurants we really enjoy are the Rusty Rudder and The Lighthouse.