Don’t miss the Acapulco daredevil sea cliff divers descent 100 feet into a narrow, shallow sea inlet! This is our fourth stop heading north after cruising the Panama Canal. On our 4 hour day trip, we also enjoyed seeing the Chapel of Peace, John Wayne’s hacienda, the nearby historic fortress and more. Three more cruise stops before returning to RV Life.
The photo above is available for purchase in print sizes up to 40×60 here: Acapulco Print
cTv RV Life meets up with the mighty Panama Canal. We have lots of photos and cinematic video clips about how the canal and locks work, intriguing history factoids and most everything you’d want to know including the rain forest, the new third huge canal locks and more.
Going through the Panama Canal
Next up: cTv, Costa Rica Rainforest – Crocodiles, Poison Dart Frogs, Monkeys
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 →
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.
cTv hits great January weather at the fantastic San Diego Zoo – complete with guided bus tour by “Zooman” Chris Clobber. We saw Pandas, Koalas, Giraffes, wrestling Grizzly Bears, lions, swimming hippos and many more animals in the wild. Listen to Chris share his humor and lifetime from infancy living and working at the San Diego Zoo!
cTv heads up the Palm Springs aerial tram to play in the snow, with lots of interesting stories along the way – enjoying the RV good life! Rising 8500 feet above the desert floor, the Palm Springs Tramway offers access to hiking, skiing and camping trips in this famous San Jacinto state park wilderness.
Heading North to the Redding area, we dropped by Shasta Dam – one of California’s two gargantuan reservoirs that provide precious water to the State and produces 350+ Megawatts of electrical power. Visitors are treated to glorious views, yet be aware the guided dam tour has considerable security restrictions that limit items you are allowed to carry.