I broke Danielle’s iPhone….
RV Learning Lesson #137 = How to avoid breaking your iphone, or anything else that is not secured properly, in the bouncing house on wheels.
The Monterey Fisherman’s Wharf has some of the most historical waters in the country. When California was under Spanish rule Monterey was the capital. This was a major hub for shipments to come in from other countries. Today the wharf focuses on tourism and is a great RV location. Read More
Being full time RVers has a lot of benefits. One of those is that we can head up north in the warm months and head down where it’s warm year round in the winter. I guess that would make us a snowbirds? Read More
Santa Clara Valley is better known as Silicon Valley. The Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail was created in August 2014. The Wine Trail has over 20 wineries. Many say the Gilroy/Morgan Hill area is the new Napa Valley. One can argue the quality of wines in this area is as good as any in the country. Gilroy is a big agriculture area. Coined as the “Garlic Capital of the World”. Now the Wine Trail looks to put it on the map for its wineries.
“There are award-winning wineries in South County that are some of the best in the world, and the Wine Trail is going to raise awareness of that.” said a national wine expert.
Located just 11 miles north of Santa Cruz off the Pacific Coast Highway, Davenport California is a special place. It’s lined with rugged beautiful coastline and some incredible beaches. Most notable is Shark Fin Cove. It’s not a very well known beach however to find the beach all you need to do is keep an eye on the coast about a mile south of Davenport. You’ll get a glimpse of this beauty for about a second and that’s your cue to park. Read More
You bought your RV, now it’s time to name it. Most RVers I’ve talked to have named their RV. When we bought it I felt compelled to do this however nothing compelling came to mind. Time passed and I felt like it was time to make this a priority and give it a bit of personality. There are a few common themes when people name their RVs. Read More
Fisherman’s Wharf is one of the most famous areas of San Francisco. Most of the attractions are free as you walk through the wharf neighborhood. You can see and hear the world famous sea lions at Pier 39. If you’re looking to eat fresh fish or crab, you’ll find many vendors and restaurants that specialize in seafood. Read More
Baarc (Bay Area Rhodesian Ridgeback Club) hosted dog races at Kirigin Cellars in Gilroy, CA. Kirigin has a lot of local events that they host and they’re located on Central California’s Wine Trail. The property is gorgeous. They have soccer fields surrounded by vineyards.
Rhodesian Ridgebacks are considered the Navy Seals of dogs. They are lion hunters and can keep up with a running horse for 30 miles. Read More
Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park is located around 15 miles outside of Santa Cruz in the Santa Cruz Mountains. It’s a beautiful forest area and has a lot to offer nature enthusiasts. Hiking, fishing, camping (including RV hookups), birdwatching, horse and dog-friendly trails. Of course the main attraction are the massive Redwoods. Read More
If you’re in an RV and want the best views of The Golden Gate Bridge without going into the city this is the drive for you.
Start at The Sutro baths. They are a historical part of San Francisco. They were built in 1896 and was the largest swimming pool in the world. Below is a pic of it in the 1800’s. The parking lot is also RV accessible. Read More