At the age of 62, in the future, I can honestly respond “this ain’t my first rodeo” since we went to the Cochise College Rodeo today. The only rodeo to be held on a military base, anywhere in the world, this is an annual event at Fort Huachuca and brings together rodeo teams from 10 college programs. … Continue reading →
We pulled into Apache Flats RV Park on Fort Huachuca, Arizona yesterday at about 4:30. As me have mentioned in several previous posts, we are privileged to be able to use military campgrounds and do so whenever possible. But why wouldn’t we? For $20 a night, we got a large pull through site, with full hookup and 65 channels of cable TV. … Continue reading →
Today we traveled from Gold Canyon to Fort Huachuca, a journey of just 177 miles. This gave us time to drop off the rental car and take a side trip to the Titan Missile Museum in Sahuarita, Arizona. I must admit some mixed feelings as we planned this trip. The thought of touring a nuclear missile launch site was a bit unsettling. At the same time, this is part of our history and as George … Continue reading →
Today we left Canyon Vistas in Gold Canyon and are heading south to Fort Huachuca. When we purchased our first motorhome the thought of breaking camp and setting up in a new location scared me. What if we did something wrong? Could we break something? What if we forgot something? But in fact, it really isn’t that difficult or time-consuming. You just need to have a plan.
We spent five days at Canyon Vista 55+ RV Resort. We were placed at the very front of the property which is reserved for short-term guests and sales comps. However the view of Superstition Mountain is just over the wall. The entire property contains 600 spots and about half are Park Model homes. The vast majority of the people that we met make this an annual, seasonal destination. Nearly everyone spends … Continue reading →
We are often asked, What Does it Cost to RV? Today we help you with creating a RV budget by providing a rundown of our expenses for the month of February. … Continue reading →