With another Lake City workamping summer behind us, we’re off to go winter full-time RVing somewhere in the Southwest.
While boondocking in bitterly cold temperatures far from civilization in Nevada, I wonder, what’s the difference between an idiot and an adventurer?
There’s currently a winter storm pounding the Northeast with snow, freezing rain and record low temperatures. That’s too bad. That’s also why you’ll find us in some Southwest desert come this time of year. Before we fled Colorado to fly south this winter though, we got hammered with a fair dumping of our own. How […]
Why the West Texas Big Bend region is one of the best places for free and low cost winter camping for RV snowbirds, adventurers and desert rats.
Bonus! Two video posts in a row… At least this one is ours. But since René mentioned the weather here at Jerry’s Acres and our impending need to head south for the winter – not just once, but twice – I figured I would let everyone see for themselves how beautiful it is here, how […]
Young fulltime snowbird RVers make plans to travel to the Southwest this winter.