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Luggage Packing Cubes

I used to just toss whatever I thought I needed into a suitcase or RV cabinet. No special prep. When I started cruising, I discovered rolling clothes instead of folding them uses less space and leads to fewer wrinkles. That helped but after years of digging through my suitcase to find what I . . . → Read More: Luggage Packing Cubes

New Mexico State Park Pass

I don’t know what other states do but New Mexico has a really great camping pass, especially for seniors. It let’s you into day use areas free and you can boondock/primitive camp for free or pay another $4 per night for electric and water or $8 per night to include sewer hookup and . . . → Read More: New Mexico State Parks Pass

Bottomless Lakes State Park

I was supposed to camp at Bottomless Lakes but had a battery problem that prevented me from taking my van. Instead, I drove my truck up to the park outside Roswell, NM for a day trip to look at what I missed.

The sites here are not paved but are still pretty well . . . → Read More: Bottomless Lakes State Park

Brantley Lake State Park

My first two trips this year were just down the road to Brantley Lake State Park. The park is about 10 miles north of Carlsbad. It’s very cheap to camp there with the NM State Parks Pass but the experience is very rich with paved sites spread well apart, covered picnic tables at . . . → Read More: Brantley Lake State Park