Month: January 2018

With a name like whale sharks, you would think swimming with them might not be a good idea.  Even though they are enormous, they are gentle giants.  They are the…

Mexico

After a week of boondocking in the paradise setting of Playa Santispac, we became a slight bit stir-crazy, ready to get back on the grid, and join the outside world so we…

Mexico

Sure, it is easy to see the pictures of crystal clear, turquoise ocean bays and say we need to travel through Baja, Mexico but it is not for the faint of heart.  A…

Mexico

Ahhh, living in paradise on Playa Santispac in Bahía Concepción for a week. We parked towards the end of the row of RVs where everyone is on the same mission of…

Mexico

Last Sunday, we arrived in the interesting town of Guerrero Negro where we checked into Malarrimo RV Park with full hook-ups, restaurant, and slow wifi.  Since crossing the border, we…

Mexico

We found what we needed on the seashores of old Mexico. ~Lyrics from a George Strait song, one of many Mr. Ramble’s favorites. Once we crossed the border into Baja, Mexico…

Mexico

We did it!  We did it!  We crossed the border into Baja, Mexico!  In our motorhome with our pull behind car!  And we’re still alive, didn’t get murdered, shot, stabbed, or…

Mexico

TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. Justice is coming. Can’t go wrong making a movie with Val Kilmer, Sam Elliott, Kurt Russell, and Bill Paxton. A few miles from the Mexican border, this town…

Southwest

The mountains of southeastern Arizona rise like islands in a desert sea. We spent the last month touring all over Arizona and the biggest surprise to us are the mountains.  Arizona is one…

Southwest

We visited a few tourist attractions on Monday and Tuesday all only about 10 miles south of Tucson.  On the southern edge of Tucson, Mission San Xavier del Bac is…

Southwest