Monday, August 26, 2019

More Than Mayberry

Mount Airy, NC is more than Mayberry.

We sort of stumbled on it as we were making our back to SD for our work camping commitment. Mount Airy was, as we paced our travel, the next stop. And what a fun stop it proved to be! Since we only had one day, we were limited in what we could see and so decided to focus on the Andy Griffith Museum.

It was a fun, and interesting visit. Reasonably priced. Full of memorabilia ranging from Andy’s growing up years to his success as an actor. Yup, small town boy makes good.

And there lots of cool behind the scenes stuff, like scripts, sketches, etc.

The visitor center was super helpful, make sure you stop there first. And parking was free.
Yes. Free

We’ll need to get back up there someday. They have a vibrant arts community and so much more.

Besides, we still want a ride in that squad car 😉

For more info on the museum:
http://www.surryarts.org/agmuseum/
Where we stayed:
http://www.mayberrycampground.com/


Monday, August 19, 2019

RV Quick Tip-Galley Cupboard

RV's, galleys and falling glasses. What's an RVer to do? Here's something we came up with that may prove useful.

Safe travels! And "As We Go", maybe we'll see you on the road!

Monday, August 12, 2019

Civil War-Corinth and Shiloh

It was a cold, rainy day when we visited two Civil War Battlefields…Corinth, MS and Shiloh, TN. Appropriate weather for a sobering experience. It certainly gives us a perspective we didn’t experience in our high school history class!

I hope you get a chance to explore some of these sites. It’s totally worth the trip!
To learn more about the Shiloh and Corinth Battlefields, visit: www.nps.gov.shil

Safe travels, and as we go, maybe we’ll see you on the road


Monday, August 5, 2019

Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary

Thought you might enjoy a peek at one aspect of our work camping gig here at the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary...and that's the tours.

Watch the video all the way through so you catch a glimpse of private tours...and some babies!

Learn more about the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary at: www.wildmustangs.com

And as we go, maybe we'll see you on the road! Safe travels!