Hide and Recycle

We recycle, and we usually have more recyclable trash to the point where we don't put the regular bin out weekly. I scrapped our Kerurig coffeemaker (I have a zillion of those refillable K-cup things if anyone needs them) and went back to a regular coffeepot so that we wouldn't be tempted by plastic K-cup …

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Point A to Point B via Point Z

Woe to the person who sits in the passenger seat, because the role of navigator will be thrust upon them whether they have the aptitude or not. I am known for my tendency to take impromptu "tours" wherever I go. I find going into big box stores and malls disorienting, especially true off those stores …

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Some Dogs Are Like That: A Love Letter

I've mentioned before that dogs are ubiquitous among RV travelers. To be sure you will also find cats, birds, ferrets, guinea pigs, real pigs and all manner of other critters cruising the highways with their owners, but the predominant companion animal is the canine. Traveling with a dog or any animal requires infinite patience on the part …

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There’s a Guy for That

Red Bay Alabama. Ever heard of it? Neither had I. Red Bay teeters on the border of Alabama and Mississippi, 2 1/2 hours from Memphis and an hour from Florence. It is the birthplace of Tiffin Motor Homes and Tammy Wynette. Tiffin RV owners come from near and far to Red Bay for repairs and …

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Getting to Zion

Zion National Park. It's sufficient to say that the canyon is beautiful beyond imagination. Once you get over the shock and awe of the scenery, the people and the place come into focus. This part of Utah is very rural, and towns are small with limited services. We chose to stay in the town of …

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Demolition Girl

On Monday we left Moab and headed for Hurricane. Hurricane (pronounced HUR-ken) is a small town about 20 miles east of Zion National Park. This story isn't about the town or Zion though, it's about how a little inattentiveness can really mess things up. Hurricane is about a five to six hour drive from Moab, …

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