Places and Playtypie YouTube Instagram Pinterest Twitter facebook So, here we are enjoying the full-time RV lifestyle in a 29' Winnebago Outlook motor home. How did we come to live in a camper? Two sensible people who loved their life in New York City. Now we travel from campground to RV park to boondocking at stadium tailgating parties or in the desert with joyful abandon. We call our [mobile] home "Maybe". We are slowly visiting places around the United States. On our continental USA-RV travels, complete with our dog, we follow the coast of this country, visit unique places, eat good food, and stay as green as possible with our four panel solar power array and tell you about it in this travel blog.

March 2015


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Picture of the almost everyday

We went to the Modern Art Museum of Ft. Worth to see the Urban Theater: New York in the 1980s exhibit. It was great to revisit Nan Goldin, and Robert Mapplethorpe and remember then and forever Cindy Sherman, Keith Haring and so many others… Of course, there were no photographs allowed in the show, but the building, by Tadao Ando, and exterior sculptures were great fun to photograph.

Richard Serra's Vortex stands almost 68 feet tall in front of the museum.
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Richard Serra's Vortex stands almost 68 feet tall in front of the museum.

Where we have been

We’ve Come This Way Before: Driving West Across South Texas...
West past Del Rio, Texas the Chihuahuan Desert stretches for hundreds of miles. The land is empty yet full, plain and gargantuan - it has been calling us back. We've been gone almost ten years. The land has waited for us. read more


Water and Sewage and Germs

Urban Campground: Pecan Grove in Austin and Bill, the Ball Man
Back in the big, blue heart of Texas - Austin! Good music, good food, but most of all, good friends both old and new. read more

 


Water and Sewage and Germs

RV Systems Part 7: Living in our Ark
Water and Sewage and Germs - Oh My!
The one you’ve been waiting for: SEWAGE! read more


Pictures of the Day 2014

POD: Pictures of the Day 2014
I realize that everyone is doing selfies now, and yes, we’re still at it. Luckily, I married a man with a long arm, so we don’t need a "selfie stick" to include more than just one person in the picture. Enjoy! read more


AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas

#20 of 31: AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas
Freezing weather drove us south for the final tailgate of the season. We chose to visit the "hated'” Dallas Cowboys on December 21. The fans were welcoming, the aromas heavenly and the stadium was huge and filled with HUGE art. Years away from New York and Washington has weakened us. Not only did we have fun, but we ate and drank all that was offered... and still managed to take lots of pictures for the fans. read more


Great New Art Museum - If You Build It, I Will Come!
The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is surrounded by controversy. If you ever get to northwestern Arkansas, I suggest you visit... in fact, make the several hundred (or thousand) mile detour to see it. Walmart money or not, it is an evolving delight. There are several miles of art filled walking trails, a fantastic building, a very traditional growing permanent collection and forward looking exhibitions - great galleries, good to great art, knowledgable gallery attendants and good food and booze. It’s miles from nowhere, but go, you won’t regret it. read more

2015 -  Five plus years and we’re still out here, slowly traveling around the USA