Heading into Winter 2022, I decided to replace my Atlas 1030 snowshoes. Stella had hoped that I would select either the Louis Garneau Premiere or Blizzard III snowshoes (since she has the Blizzard II snowshoes and absolutely loves them), but they were not the ones that I wanted. After researching every mountain/backcountry snowshoe available, my … Continue reading Tubbs Flex VRT Snowshoes
T. A. Moulton Barn, a piece of history inside Grand Teton National Park.
There are so many ways to organize an RV! The Micro Minnie FLX is smaller than our prior travel trailer, so I had to re-think how to organize and store "stuff." Figuring out the interior organization was my (Stella's) task, and I ended up purchasing a lot of new items for the FLX so that … Continue reading Micro Minnie FLX: Interior Organization
Before I jump into the review for Beddy's very unique product, I would like to preface with this: it is expensive! When you see the price at the end of this review, you may likely think, "there is no way I would spend that much money on bedding for an RV!" I too was astonished when I … Continue reading Beddy’s
BED & BATH Reese Beddy's KITCHEN SAFETY & STORAGE SECURITY
Turquoise Lake ~ Leadville, Colorado. Fall in the Colorado mountains where the aspens are starting to pop in the high country. Stella and I took a day trip to Leadville with the intent to hike along the shores of Turquoise Lake and fish. We were able to check one box, but not the fishing box. … Continue reading POTW: Turquoise Lake
In preparation for our now cancelled Leadville trip, we disconnected our Micro Minnie FLX to conduct an off grid experiment. One of the key features of the FLX package, touted by Winnebago, is the ability to spend up to five days off grid. On a recent Saturday afternoon, at approximately 1:00 p.m., I disconnected the … Continue reading Micro Minne FLX: Off Grid Experiment