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Ever hear someone say they're a "full-time RVer" and wonder what that's like? Maybe you dream about ditching your sticks-and-bricks house and taking to the open road yourself in recreational vehicle. In her ninth year as a full-timer, Ellen Behrens shares some insights on the RVing lifestyle -- on topics not often covered in other places, all from A to Z.
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A little girl in the back of a car, a lost stuffed toy in the desert, a frantic mother missing a child... they all seem related, but can Walt and Betty Rollin stay out of trouble themselves long enough to make the connections -- before someone ends up dead?
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A simple bird watching venture into Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge in the Outer Banks of North Carolina turns Betty Rollin's birthday into one she'll never forget.
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Tag Archives: desert
We didn’t get to Yuma during the 2015-2016 winter season except for a brief stop-over on an otherwise snowy trip north to pick up our Jeep (has it been over a year already?!?!), so we were more than ready to … Continue reading
The previous post mentioned one reason to return to Lake Havasu City, and promised this time we’d reveal an even better one. We don’t welch on our promises, so here you go: SARA’s Crack. Officially it’s on BLM Land and … Continue reading
And I’m not talking about the bushes and plants… During our stay at the Rover’s Roost SKP park outside Casa Grande, Arizona, we spent some time walking stretches of the desert that bordered the park. We’d heard jaw-dropping stories about … Continue reading
Oh… okay… I know there’s *dessert* (as in “ice cream”) and then there’s *desert* as in Anza-Borrego. This is about the latter…. We’ve driven through this desert a few times, and one day had enough time to pull off the … Continue reading
Rusty after nearly five months without travelling, we dusted off our take-down checklist and packed up to leave Yuma in late April. We wanted to visit a Rainbow SKP park, so we headed to North Ranch, outside of Wickenburg, AZ. … Continue reading
On December 30, just before noon, Ellen was working on the computer and Bob was in the shower when she felt a good shake. When you live in an RV, you feel a lot of shakin’ goin’ on –somebody getting … Continue reading