We never did get to camping at Railroad Bridge after we said we wanted to. We moved to Chicago shortly after that post was made and haven’t been able to go camping much. But we visited Colorado Springs to get the rest of our stuff from storage a few weeks ago and
When we got this beat-up little trailer, we didn’t know how much work it’d be — or how much fun! Every project seemed to lead to another project, and so on. We had to leave the trailer behind for now, but we’re by no means finished with it.
While we were up at the Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area, we went and checked out a few other campgrounds. Most of them were as unremarkable as Rincon, but there was one we really liked and will probably go camping at next summer. Railroad Bridge is really neat. The
I love camping now that we have the trailer. It’s really easy because just about everything is already packed up and ready to go. I also like not having to put up a tent or be cooped up in the tent, or have to take down the tent in a huff when it rains. But […]
We’ve been wanting to go camping one last time this year but things keep coming up and we haven’t been able to go. So last week, instead of going camping, we took a drive to investigate some of the campgrounds we haven’t been to yet and to see some fall