Georgia: Daytime in Atlanta

Having done the Nighttime in Atlanta post, of course I have to follow up with photos from the daytime. Now that I'm back home, these views were from the Hyatt Regency in downtown Atlanta. From the 14th floor From the street level But wait, there's more. I also took some photos of the buildings from … Continue reading Georgia: Daytime in Atlanta

Louisiana: On our way to New Orleans

I've been to New Orleans once before, but we have never been to Louisiana with the RV. Time to rectify that! Before we left BrownsvilleWe planned on leaving Saturday morning. In the week prior to our departure, SpaceX "double stacked" the booster and the starship. Rumors were that SpaceX was planning to uncouple the double … Continue reading Louisiana: On our way to New Orleans

Texas: Our first weekend in Rockport, part 2

On Sunday of our first weekend, we decided to do a day trip to the Brownsville/McAllen/Mission area. The area is a heavy "winter Texan" area, so we checked out RV parks in the area. We also did a short visit to the Bentsen Rio Grande Valley State Park. The drive is 3 hours each way, … Continue reading Texas: Our first weekend in Rockport, part 2

The Collective II Fall 2020: Photographs from all over the world

Last year, I participated in the inaugural Collective book with two of my photographs. This year, I'm included in Collective II with two of my photographs from our RV travels in Utah last summer. This book is a collection of images from photographers the world over. This group of loosely connected commercial and editorial photographers … Continue reading The Collective II Fall 2020: Photographs from all over the world

Texas: Welcome to our new state

With a long drive ahead of us, we left Deming around 8:30 a.m. We didn't unhook our Jeep when we pulled into our spot, so it didn't take very long to get ready to go. Welcome to Texas We stopped at the Texas Welcome Center in Anthony, Texas, right at Exit 1. While we couldn't … Continue reading Texas: Welcome to our new state

Arizona: Mesa to Congress

Yes, Congress is in Arizona, just outside of Wickenburg.  🙂 I have a doctor's appointment in Bullhead City today, but we didn't want to drive all the way there for such a short stay. We compromised and decided to go halfway, because on Saturday we'll be heading to Tucson. Leaving Mesa As we suspected when … Continue reading Arizona: Mesa to Congress

Arizona: Quartzsite to Mesa

Yesterday, after more than 3 months mostly dry camping, we moved from Quartzsite to Mesa. We'll be in the area until the end of the month, at a Thousand Trails RV resort in Mesa. Our last morning in Quartzsite We had plenty of time to make sure we were ready to go, so leaving Quartzsite … Continue reading Arizona: Quartzsite to Mesa