I learned about Sentinel Peak RV Park last summer while listening to a podcast. Since Denise graduated from the University of Arizona, Tucson, and it was described as an urban RV alternative I had to check it out. When I first tried to contact the park, they weren’t even open yet. But I left them a message and they got back to me with information and promised to contact me when they … Continue reading →
We happened upon an episode of Food Paradise on the Travel Channel which highlighted truck stops as we were driving from Florida. We took note of a segment filmed on I-10 in Arizona. So as we neared Arizona, we set our site’s on Exit 268, and Omar’s Hi-Way Chef Restaurant. … Continue reading →
We arrived in Tucson Wednesday around 5pm. Our destination for the next two nights was Rincon Country West, a large 55+ resort community. There are over 1100 sites on the map, and though we have not done a spot by spot inspection it seems that over half are Park Model homes. We chose this location because we knew they had 8 pickleball courts. Denise had contacted a winter resident prior to our … Continue reading →
Traveling across Texas we emailed all three of the contacts listed on the USAPA Places to Play for Las Cruces, New Mexico. We were looking for a place to play either Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning, before we headed to Tucson. Later that same day we received a lovely response from Angela S. She provided us information on where we could play on Wednesday morning. She answered our questions about RV … Continue reading →
When I was a little girl I read a book called I Can Fly. It was an easy book, along the lines of See Spot Run. Despite the title it was not the classic written by Ruth Krauss, but rather a book about a young girl that defies her parents’ wishes and takes flying lessons. Pretty progressive for 1960. (If my mother reads this, she will most likely be shaking her head.) Anyway, … Continue reading →
We drove 377 miles west today. We broke the 330 rule (i.e. drive no more than 330 miles or no later than 3:30 in the afternoon), but there aren’t a whole lot of choices once you leave San Antonio on I-10. We did see a billboard advertising caverns in Sonora, but we blinked and missed the town.