• Destinations

    A Sentimental Stay in Nebraska

    My mother passed away a long time ago – 34 years to be exact. I was 29, married, and raising 3 daughters. And there are so many things I wished I’d asked her. But I doubt there’s anyone who has lost a parent who doesn’t feel that way. One of the topics I wished I had explored further was her childhood in North Platte, Nebraska. She was born there and didn’t move to Florida until she was 18 and had graduated from high school. Her grandfather, one of the last blacksmiths in North Platte, preceded the move in the 1920’s – traveling by buggy with his wife, Mary and their…

  • Destinations

    An Annual Gathering of Tiny Trailers

    Every year, since 2017 (well except 2020 but we just write that year off), the NuCamp factory in Sugarcreek, Ohio has hosted a rally for the owners of their tiny trailers. I have been attending since 2016 when it was organized by their former distributor and have been hooked ever since. As a rule, I dislike organized group events. I truly do. However, this event is a gathering of like-minded (in a camping sense) people who are there to learn, share, and enjoy these marvelous campers and I always have a good time. We even have attendees who used to own a T@B, or T@G and missed the group. On…