Random RVing Photos Reveal Diverse Topics

This Fun Fotos Friday has us returning for another selection of random RVing photos.


This one tugs heartstrings, hard. That’s Jerry, and the Now! Now! Now! strip that is still inside our medicine cabinet more than 12 years later. Though that is our old medicine cabinet, from our first rig.

weed shtupa

Which has absolutely nothing to do with this Shtupa we found in the forest near Weed, California. Aside from the underlying message of being more present, found at the core of our book, Be More Dog: Learning to Live in the Now.

be more sam

Speaking of which, this one caught my eye, and reminds me to Be More Sam. We’ll need to get back to those Great Sand Dunes Springs, if it’s ever safe to do so again…

ranch asses

Speaking of Asses – sorry Sam! 😉 – Forrest and Annie at Vickers Ranch came up in the same random selection.

death valley

From the top of the Rockies, to the bottom of the world here in Furnace Creek, Death Valley, this selection of random RVing photos is turning out to be rather diverse.

slabber fire

Furnace…fire…there’s a connection! The only remote relation, considering this one is from poetry night at the Slab City Library.

silverton colorado

And one more glance at this random selection finds Jesus overlooking Silverton, Colorado – one of the places we’ll never drive the RV again. Then again, I’ll just have to leave you with this. 

floriduh sunrise

And no not because it is a sunset photo. This is actually the first sunrise we’ve ever watched come up over the Atlantic. It is a St. Augustine Sunrise at Anastasia State Park in Floriduh, from December, 2007!

How’s that for more random RVing photos? Check out our 13+ years of RV Lifestyle Galleries for more. Or suggest a theme below for next week’s Fun Fotos Friday and I’ll see what sort of related collection of random pics I can find.

4 thoughts on “Random RVing Photos Reveal Diverse Topics”

  1. Love the Burroughs. we had a pair named Fred and ginger before we left our farm in the foothills of the Blue ridge for full-timing. That was 10 years ago and early last year my husband died on the road. I find after almost 2 years that I am very lonely on the road and was was intrigued by the article you wrote for escapees May/June issue about LAT but the website doesn’t seem to be working. Do you know anything about that? Or how I can find out? I’m at rvdreamlife@gmail.com. Many thanks, Sherry


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