There are many travel apps loaded on our smart phones and tablets. But there are three that we use on every trip. In fact, I can’t imagine how folks ever travelled without them. So if you want to save time and money, make sure these three travel apps are with you whenever you travel. … Continue reading →
We recently joined Harvest Hosts. I’d heard about their program some time back, but didn’t really consider it until we happened upon Messina Hof Winery while traveling to Austin in March. As we have been known to enjoy a nice bottle of wine, and are currently planning an excursion in May I decided to join. … Continue reading →
Last summer we spent five weeks in Europe. Our first stop was Ireland, and friends traveling with us purchased postcards to send home to mom. The postcards remained in their suitcases through Barcelona, Athens and two Greek islands…finally finding their way to a Post Office in Amsterdam four weeks later. Had they had my favorite new app, Postino, they would have been mailed home much more quickly and easily. … Continue reading →
We found OLGA via an email blast from a dealer that had discounted their 2015 leftovers. She came pretty much fully loaded, including an On Demand Tankless Water System. We really didn’t know anything about tankless water heaters so we didn’t know if this was a good or bad thing. The jury is still out. … Continue reading →
When we are traveling, particularly on days that we might be driving 200 to 300 miles, we listen to books. They used to be books on tape or CD’s, but now due to the brilliance of the internet and audio downloads we listen to books stored on our iPods attached to our RV’s radio.
I realize that most people expect recipes to have measurements and a list of ingredients. But that is NOT the way I cook. So don’t expect this post on the crock pot vegetarian enchiladas, that has become a stable of our RV travels, to include cups and teaspoons and the like.