Attractions

As we are member of the Fellowship of the Frog, we felt an obligation to stop in at the winery. Well, that and they give all their members free wine tastings. It is always wonderful to visit this tasting room and the grounds surrounding it. Parked at Frog’s Leap Drinking amoung the vines The, Read More

Whenever we stay in Calistoga, we make sure it is over a Saturday so that we can go to this farmers market. Luckily for us, it is usually the spring time and that means lots of bright green veggies. Darren picked us up some favas, and some merguez sausages form Gypsy Girl. He also, Read More

Our drive from Half Moon Bay State Beach to Napa Valley took us through downtown San Francisco and across the Golden Gate Bridge. We have taken this route one before, but it was in a much smaller motorhome. While driving through the narrow streets of the city, I questioned the sanity of our path., Read More

We have been in the vicinity of the crater on a few passes out west, but our schedule never worked out for a visit. This time we camped near the crater and took some time in the morning to visit it. The site bills itself as the most well known and best preserved meteor, Read More

It was lunch time when we got the Arizona border and we were hungry. Sure, I had leftover casserole in the fridge that we could have microwaved, but there it was. The billboard stating that frybread would made available to me and all I had to do was get off at this exit. OK,, Read More

This was an impulse stop made when we saw their billboard on I-40. We knew we needed to stop to pick up some beers for the evening and “What better than a local brewery?” When we arrived the only other people in the tasting room were a couple that stopped in because they are, Read More

We had lunch at this travel center near the Texas/New Mexico border on a previous trip out west. Darren remembered their stacked enchiladas and suggested we stopped here again for breakfast. It is a full service center with fuel, a mini-grocery store, a dog run and a restaurant. This time around I had the, Read More

Home of the World Famous 72oz Steak This restaurant was one block from our campground and we felt obligated to visit. It’s an enormous kitsch steak house, that offers a free 72oz steak to anyone that can eat the whole thing, plus two sides in under an hour. There was a successful attempt made, Read More

Lately it seems rare when our schedule matches up the local farmers’ market. Back when we were a location-based family we went to our farmers’ market every weekend. Now we have to check to see if we are “still” on the same days that our current town holds their market. So, when we learned, Read More

We knew we couldn’t stay in Cooperstown and not visit the Baseball Hall of Fame. Neither Darren nor I have ever been there so we thought it would be a fun side trip. We didn’t have a lot of time, but we rode the trolley from our parking spot just outside of town (No, Read More