Tag Archives: Snowbird destinations

Our Snowbird Tour – Cahuilla Lake, Ca

Day 7 Another glorious southern California morning greeted us as we rose from our respective RVs. Spending winter in the cold and rainy northwest makes you appreciate a chance to enjoy the warm sunshine if you are lucky enough to do so. Retirement is great. The previous day I spotted a stack of firewood in Lois and Anthony’s (Our Boondockers Welcome friends) back yard, during my rare and brief conversations with Anthony, I asked if he knew where we could purchase firewood? I explained that Read more [...]

Our RV Snowbird Tour – Warm Weather

Day 5 The next morning brought beautiful warm sunshine under cloudless skies. The morning temperature was a bit cool, but the sunshine more than compensated for the coolness. Lois and Anthony’s home was a good place to rest after the four-day drive from Canada. Several maintenance issues cropped up after we arrived. Ralph's Issue A rear tire on Ralph’s truck began to lose air immediately after parking. At first, he thought a nail or something similar, but a closer look revealed tread Read more [...]

Our Spring Snowbird RV Trip – Hitting The Road

I must apologize to my readers, internet access problems have delayed my postings since the beginning of our trip. Day 1 Traveling during winter months can be challenging, special attention to the weather along the route is vital if you don't want to encounter snow and ice covered roads. This kind of weather at the very least could delay your trip or worse, cause and accident. I learned the hard way to keep a close eye on route weather. One trip south we had to park on the side of the road for Read more [...]

Our Snowbird RV Tour- Snowbird Destinations

If you are a regular reader of my web page you know I just finished writing our Alaska RV tour conclusion. I am happy to say we're starting another RV tour,...... you gotta love retirement. It's time for our annual spring snowbird trip to the southwest. The gang is anxious to hit the road and enjoy some warmer weather. In the northwest, most of December and January were colder with more snow than anyone can remember. The temperatures seemed like 100 degrees colder, too cold to do much outside. Read more [...]