REVIEW: Chop Shop Diesel

First off, I apologize to Chop Shop Diesel as I intended to have this written before now, and well, things were going good and I forgot. We all do that sometimes, don’t we? Nonetheless, I do apologize for not letting you know about these fantastic people before now. So we were driving toward Ocean Springs,Continue reading “REVIEW: Chop Shop Diesel”

CAMPGROUND REVIEW: Davis Bayou Campground

Davis Bayou Campground is part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore and a beautiful campground. Sites are spacious and well kept. Roads and sites are paved with a concrete pad for the picnic table/patio area. Hookups include water and electric, no sewer, but they do have a dump station. Camp hosts are very friendly andContinue reading “CAMPGROUND REVIEW: Davis Bayou Campground”


Easy in, easy out and conveniently located just off I-20. This is an older park, and honestly, we didn’t see a lot as it was raining and cold for Louisiana at 45-55 degrees. The park looks older but again, from what we could see, it was clean and we had full hookups in a pull-throughContinue reading “CAMPGROUND REVIEW: Pavilion RV Park”

The long and winding road…

It’s March 31, 2023 and our last full day at Iron Mountain Campground in Arkadelphia, AR where we have been since mid-October workamping for the Army Corp of Engineers. It was a long cold and stormy winter and very quiet as the campground was closed from December 1 until March 1. Other than our fellowContinue reading “The long and winding road…”


The USS Triton, USRN/SSN-586 was in service from 1958 through 1969 and has a couple of distinctions, the only submarine with twin reactors (one for each propeller) and, in 1960, made a submerged circumnavigation of the earth.  The circumnavigation of the earth proved the concept that a submarine and their crew could exist for longContinue reading “USS TRITON PARK”

Winter Maintenance Items – Get ready now

We spent the 2021-2022 winter in Pigeon Forge, TN workamping. This was our first winter living in our camper. As such, there were things we were prepared for and some that we were not. Before we got back on the road, repair work was needed – again, some we expected and some we didn’t. WeContinue reading “Winter Maintenance Items – Get ready now”

RVing “Caravan Style” Part 2

Sunday, June 19, Father’s Day found us driving north and into Oregon. One would think that the geography would be similar as we were only 43 or so miles from our last camp in California, but it was different. Northern California was mostly forest and a lot of overgrowth. Oregon opened up to rolling hills,Continue reading “RVing “Caravan Style” Part 2″