We recently had to take the RV in for some maintenance and repairs. The oil needed changing in the engine. The electric was still out from the Great Ice Storm of 2013. The ice maker wasn’t working. The shower had a leak. The oven pilot light wasn’t working right. And a bunch of other small … Continue reading
The great Ice Storm of 2013 was nearing. Of course at the time, we didn’t know it was the great Ice Storm of 2013. The forecast called for a chance of sleet and freezing rain, and some cold temperatures. Rare for Texas, but not completely unheard of. Being our first winter in the RV, … Continue reading
We visited a maple syrup farm in Vermont called Sugarbush Farm. Here you can wander through the woods and explore the more than 5000 maple trees. There are information signs posted and you can read about the maple syrup process along the way. We had no idea of what went into making maple syrup. We … Continue reading
In New England, the locals called the hordes of visitors who come each fall to witness nature’s spectacle of color “Leef Peepers”. In Vermont, Highway 100 runs north and south right through the heart of the state and the spectacle. It’s a great scenic drive on its own, let alone the added color benefit of … Continue reading
What do you do in Vermont in the fall when it is cloudy and raining? Without the sun the autumn leaves don’t have the same brilliance, so there is no point in doing a “leef peeper” drive. One great choice is the Rock of Ages Quarry
We’ve been in Maine for 5 days now. You can’t miss the lobster. It’s for sale out of trucks, by the harbors, in every restaurant, in road side stands, and most commonly of all, places called Lobster Pounds.
It was cloudy and raining yesterday; without the sun the autumn leaves don’t have the same brilliance. So we chose a couple of destinations we felt would be good for a yucky day.