- Denali National Park
- Foster Animals
- Honda Shadow 750
- If Buddha did Yoga
- Life In Alaska
- Living Yoga Sadhana (LYS)
- MSE-6 Mouse Droid.
- Outdoor Adventures
- personal life
- Programming and techno-babble
- Project Droid-building
- Project Ride: Motorcycles
- Project RV: The Sandcrawler
- Small Business Owner
- V-Star 1100
- Virago XV 500
- A Fork in the Road January 4, 2018
- Never Say Never February 21, 2019
- Warm Springs, Nevada: Abandoned Hot Springs Resort
- A Day in the Life of a Full Time RVer
- How to Avoid Freezing in Your RV or Van During Winter Polar Vortex and Blizzards.
- RV Solar & Electrical Systems : Simplified!
- Hiking in Mt. Zion National Park, Utah
- 10 Signs RV Life May Not be For You
- Carolyn’s RV Life- Where I’ve Been!
- Goodbye to the Southwestern Desert, Hello Sedona, AZ!
- How to Drive an RV on Mountain Roads Without Killing Your Brakes!
- I’m a Full-time RV Snowbird in Arizona and Nevada!
Category Archives: Project RV: The Sandcrawler
The day started earlier than I would have thought especially given how tired I was from my bike ride yesterday. I had gone to sleep early for me, around 10:30pm and I slept fairly well, only waking a few times … Continue reading
I’ve been kind of quiet about my RV the past couple of weeks. After getting it out of winter storage it spent some time in the shop to get some work done and then I replaced the roof, during which … Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to spend a week in Denali National Park since sometime last year when I learned about Teklanika Campground at mile 29 inside the park. During the regular season park visitors may only drive to the Savage River trail … Continue reading
I took a 400 mile and two night trip this past weekend. Lots of learning happened and I’m really glad to have planned these shorter trips before the big trip to Denali. Some of the highlights that are RV specific: … Continue reading
It’s currently shoulder season in Denali National Park which means that anyone can drive into mile 30 and camping is free at Riley Creek Campground. With that in mind I headed out with my friend Caroline to Denali National Park … Continue reading
Today I replaced the battery power cables, added the missing ground and then installed a new battery that is more appropriate for running the vehicle and will use the deep cycle battery that came with the RV for the coach … Continue reading
I spent most of the weekend on a project to turn the table/bed into a full-sized grownup bed instead of one for short people / children. As it was, it was barely 5’7″ and I’m nearly 5’8″ so for me … Continue reading
Short story, bought an RV sort of “on a whim” late last summer, had the brakes fixed then parked it for the winter. Just getting around to finally trying to figure out how everything works since I’ve never even been … Continue reading
I bought a 1973 D18 Brave at the end of last summer, sort of on a whim, for a great deal at $2k. The interior had been repainted white and the most of the old rug/floor in the coach had … Continue reading