Author: Bill & Joy

Post 116: Davis Bayou Campground, MS

Davis Bayou Campground, MS April 11th and 12th, 2018 Davis Bayou Campground, MS was an interesting campground to try and get a reservation for :). They had 52 sites of various sizes ranging from 36 to 60 ft long paved pads and grass beside them. The sites were fairly wide offering water, electricity, picnic table

Post 115: New Orleans, LA

New Orleans, LA April 5th, thru 10th, 2018 New Orleans, LA had to be one of our favorite places to be. We stopped there on our way out to Quartzsite, AZ in Oct, 2017 and decided that we needed to stop again on the way home. Both times we chose to stay at the Bayou

Post 114: Vermilionville, Lafayette, La

Vermilionville, Lafayette, La April 4th, 2018 We  returned to a lovely place that we stayed at once before back in November 2017. Vermilionville, Lafayette, La. We parked in the parking lot beside a beautiful pond with water fountains, real Alligators, herons, turtles and other colourful birds which flew in and around the pond. There was

Post 109: Petroleum Museum, Midland, Tx

Petroleum Museum, Midland, Tx March 28th, 2018 As we moved into the south east of United States we had a little difficulty finding places to stay over night. We were heading down towards New Orleans. where we had booked to stay in a campground first weekend of April. Deciding to use Harvest Host to find

Post 107: Bottomless Lakes State Park, NM

Bottomless Lakes State Park, NM March 26th and 27th, 2018 Bottomless Lakes State State Park, NM was located 14 miles southeast of Roswell, NM. We arrived there with the mistaken plans of staying 2 days, not realizing that you could only get in with reservations! Most parks are first come first served with a FEW sites

Post 105: Aguirre Spring Campground, NM

Aguirre Spring Campground, NM March 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 2018 Bill found Aguirre Spring Campground, just past Las Cruces, NM in Campendium. This is actually BLM land but there is a cost was $7.00 per night  to stay in a very pretty, unique area. There is water available at the Camp Host site. The one fact that