We stayed at the Grants/Cibola Sands KOA in Grants, New Mexico for two nights on our recent roadtrip. The campground was well marked with signs and was an easy access off of I-40. The first thing that grabbed our attention was how nice the owner was. She got us registered and on … [Read more...] about Campground Review: Grants, New Mexico KOA
We listened to the trucks rumble into and out of the Flying J down the road from the campground all night long, but we slept soundly, being lulled to sleep by the drone of the diesel engines. We were up and on our way earlier than any other day of this trip. We knew it was going … [Read more...] about Roadtrip: Georgia to Arizona, 7th Day
Yesterday we woke up to really yucky weather in the Oklahoma City area. We were staying at the KOA located about where you see Midwest City on this map. We decided to wait until the rain stopped to start our travels since we were only going about 200 miles. Kevin, one of … [Read more...] about Roadtrip: Georgia to Arizona, Day 4
We decided to stay at the Oklahoma City East KOA, which was about half way between Russellville, where we stayed last night, and Shamrock, Texas, where we want to be tomorrow. This KOA is easy to get to off of I-40 exit 166, but it is not right on the highway like a lot of KOA's … [Read more...] about Campground Review: Oklahoma City East KOA
Sleeping in and getting a slow start to the day was just what we needed. We only traveled 250 miles today, and ended up in Oklahoma City at the Oklahoma City East KOA for the night. There wasn't much going on today, just Fabgrandpa driving and me crocheting, and every now and … [Read more...] about Roadtrip: Georgia to Arizona, 3rd day
We have been waiting for our official dates for returning to work at the North Rim, and just heard from the boss. We'll be heading out sooner than we thought! Fabgrandpa needs to be on the job April 22! That is less than a month away. I'll be spending today and tomorrow … [Read more...] about We Have Our Start Dates!
For me, that is easy to answer because I never went camping as a child. I didn't go on my first camping trip until I was married to my first husband. We didn't even own a tent. We slept under the stars in sleeping bags, and cooked our meals right on the campfire using an iron … [Read more...] about What Is Your Earliest Camping Memory?