Visiting the Lighthouses of Lake Havasu

Lighthouses of Lake Havasu

The Lighthouses of Lake Havasu are interesting to see. When you think of lighthouses you more than likely don’t think of Arizona! But along the 400-mile shoreline of Lake Havasu on the Arizona/California border, you’ll find more lighthouses than can be found in any other area of the country, 28 to be exact. The Lights … Read more

Hiking Petroglyph National Monument

Hiking Petroglyph National Monument

Petroglyph National Monument protects one of the largest petroglyph sites in North America. It features designs and symbols carved onto volcanic rocks by Native Americans and Spanish settlers 400 to 700 years ago.  Petroglyphs are ancient rock carvings created by striking the basalt boulders directly with hammerstone removing the dark, desert varnish on the boulder’s … Read more

Best Car Battery Booster Pack

Best Car Battery Booster Pack

You come out to your vehicle and click click click, dead battery. It never happens when you have time in your schedule to wait on AAA or find a good samaritan to help you get your car started. Twice for me I’ve ran into a dead battery on Christmas Eve! Talk about bad timing! But … Read more

Visiting South Padre Island Sand Castle Trail

South Padre Island Sandcastle Trail

If you’re searching for things to do in South Padre Island, be sure to pay a visit to the Sand Castle Trail. South Padre sand is some of the finest, naturally-occurring sand-castling material on the planet. Note: Some of the links in this article are affiliate links. GoFullTimeRVing.com is a participant in the Amazon Services … Read more

Visiting Starbase, Texas

Visiting Starbase, Texas

We’ve been in South Texas for going on three weeks. For the most part, we’ve learned that January and early February isn’t the best time to visit the Rio Grande Valley. Even though it was a bit chilly the weather finally broke today. So we decided it would be a good day for me to … Read more

Evel Knievel Museum – Topeka, Kansas

Evel Knievel Museum

Growing up in the 70’s watching Evel Knievel and then being able to relive my childhood through this museum brought back a lot of memories. I remember as a kid it was a big thing when he was going to make a jump and it was going to be on ABC’s Wide World of Sports … Read more

Flat Towing a Jeep Wrangler

Flat Towing a Jeep Wrangler

There are many choices when thinking about RVing. What type of RV to get is sometimes dependent on the vehicle you have. We already had a paid off 2013 2 Door Jeep Wrangler Rubicon we didn’t want to necessarily get rid of to buy something that would tow a trailer or 5th wheel we would … Read more

Parr Park Rock Art Trail – Grapevine, Texas

Parr Park Rock Art Trail

With a total of 24,459 rocks, the Parr Park Rock Art Trail has officially been entered in the Guinness World Records for “Largest Display of Painted Pebbles.” Note: Some of the links in this article are affiliate links. GoFullTimeRVing.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. As an Amazon Associate, we earn … Read more

JK Pockets Review

JK Pockets Review

One of the easiest and best upgrades we made was to install JK Pockets on our 2013 Jeep 2 Door Wrangler. The original net pockets on Jeeps are terrible. They quickly stretch out and hang around all out of shape. It’s one thing Jeep should take note of, their door nets suck! I hated the … Read more

Painted Churches of Schulenburg, Texas

Painted Churches of Schulenburg Texas

During our stay in Columbus, Texas we passed a sign advertising The Painted Churches of Schulenburg. When we looked into them they seemed really cool. They are actually amazing! Note: Some of the links in this article are affiliate links. GoFullTimeRVing.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. As an Amazon Associate, … Read more