Come with us as we enjoy a day in Cartagena, Columbia. Take a tour through the walled city and see street performers dance, visit the Sanctuary of Saint Peter Claver and many other of Cartagena’s many UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Michael – Our 18 day cruise journey begin in Miami with a daytrip tour of the local cities. Aside from the redeye and jet lag, the bus tour guide was fun, knowledgeable and a cool dude. Regardless, we couldn’t wait to jump aboard the Regent Mariner and start our Panama Canal cruise in contrast to our normal RV Life trips.
Grace – Grace – Our day started after a red eye from San Francisco to Miami Florida. The Continue reading
“Adults having fun so children will desire to grow older.” – Hobart Brown
cTv, 2017 Arcata Kinetic Grand Championship Race, #1 Contestant Qualifications
cTv, 2017 Arcata Kinetic Grand Championship Race, #2 The Pageantry Judging
cTv RV Life, 2017 Kinetic Grand Championship Race, #3 Pre-race Laps
cTv RV Life, 2017 Kinetic Grand Championship Race, #4 Dead Mans Drop
cTv RV Life, 2017 Eureka Kinetic Race, Dead Man Drop Part 2, Grand Championship
cTv RV Life, 2017 Eureka Kinetic Pre-Race Day 2, Sea Preparation
2017 Eureka Kinetic Race & Drone sea water video, cTv RV Life
2017 Eureka/Ferndale Kinetic Race Day 3 drone video, Crossing Eel River, cTv RV Life
2017 Eureka Kinetic Sculpture Race Day 3, The Finish Line, cTv RV Life
Michael – Oh boy, time to pack up video, photo, audio, computer gear for our upcoming cruise trip from Miami to San Francisco via the Panama Canal. The big questions are: Will everything fit and will I actually use all this #$%^&* stuff???
Grace – The mission, (should I choose to accept it) is an 18 day repositioning cruise through Continue reading
Michael – Wow, on our 3rd day drone shooting the wildflower super-bloom, we headed south all the way down past the Salton Sea to Anza Borrego State Park. Compared to Lancaster and Palmdale, you definitely realize this *is* the desert (millions of migrating caterpillars/SPHINX MOTHS) but in March the temperatures were fair enough. With little time to do it all, unfortunately we missed the desert museum until the blue hour – maybe next trip.
Grace – It was a spontaneous decision to venture further south another 200 miles, another Continue reading
Michael – Seeing the wildflower pop in the Spring is one thing – hunting a spectacular SUPER-BLOOM is something else! Traveling to southern California paid huge dividends to capture mega-awesome photos, videos and drone footage at the Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve!
Grace – I had stumbled upon this place while thumbing through our Instagram feed. It Continue reading
Michael – What – travel 400+ miles to hunt flowers growing in the wild at Arvin and Lebec? Yeah, sometimes it’s wise for a husband to pick up a few “atta boys” and get a chance to fly his drone! Turned out to be an awesome 3 day RV Life trip with spectacular wildflowers so we extended an extra day, going South ANOTHER 100+ miles! Stay tuned – we have two more stops in future shows…
Grace – When we were coming home from San Diego early in February I had told Michael Continue reading
In downtown Sacramento after seeing the Capitol and Crocker Art Museum, we topped off the day enjoying the good life in Old Sacramento – This town came to life during the “Gold Rush” days and after a major face lift in the 1960’s it was listed as a National Historic Landmark District. Find out about the Pony Expresses and much more in our latest video. A great place to divert from traditional RV Life and shop, play, eat and dine with fellow tourists.
Ready to enjoy creativity and inspiration? Great, you’ll love inside the Sacramento Crocker Art Museum. Edwin and his wife Margaret Crocker began collecting art from the gold rush days in 1869. cTv takes you inside the longest continuously-operating art museum in the west to show you a quick peek of some of their favorite masterpieces. Conveniently located at 16 O St. in downtown Sacramento. A beautiful addition was added in 2010 when more space was needed to house the ever growing art collection.
On our return trips from the Sierras, we dropped by our California State Capitol located at Sacramento (last of 6 locations over 150 years). Outside, the memorial ground dedications and Vietnam statuary are beyond description and inside, be sure to check out the library. We also enjoyed the memorial commemorating Father Junipero Serra who led the quest to support native indigenous Americans with California Missions. In a future video we will highlight the 58 marquee displays featuring interesting tidbids for each of our California Counties.