Most RV sites were taken by the time I got around to making our reservations. Site #25 was open and was just long enough for the @Winnebago FUSE. The RV sites in this park are spacious, well maintained, have Fire pits, Grills, Picnic table, and a pad for a tent. The Park Rangers would drive … Continue reading Rv’ing at Lake Ft Smith @ARStatePark
Recently while traveling through Texas in our RV, we had an opportunity to stop at a Rest/Visitor area which was designed like a festive pavilion. Inside, the building was spacious, clean, and staffed with very friendly people, not something you experience everyday. We learned this was one of many future designs for Texas Safety Rest … Continue reading @TPWDparks Texas Safety Rest Stops – Awesome!
The Palo Duro Canyon in Texas is also called the mini Grand Canyon since it is the second largest canyon in the USA. So with a "tag" like that you need to have some awesome places to camp and hike. We stayed at Mesquite Campground #81, which is 8-miles from the visitor center and our … Continue reading Why Visit Palo Duro Canyon
On April 28 we went to McClains RV in OKC and picked up our NEW Winnebago FUSE 23T! Before choosing this RV we looked at LARGE Motorhomes, 5th Wheels, Travel Trailers, and Mini-Pods. The FUSE is what we wanted in a smaller drivable RV built for two (and maybe a puppy or two). The delivery … Continue reading Picking Up Our FUSE 23T
On May 5th we decided to visit the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. It is only an hour and half from our house, so it was good close trip to try out the FUSE. Traveling the turnpike we averaged 14.1 MPG going 70-miles an hour, the FUSE handled very well. Much like driving my … Continue reading First Trip In Winnebago FUSE