We got to stay at @windrushalpacasnm ➡ Windrush Alpaca Farm in Clovis, New Mexico. Thanks to @harvesthosts we got to stay at yet another amazing farm, with amazing people, and amazing animals. Shoutout to those of you at Windrush, for making it such a great experience for us! 🐴 We were given a bag of freshly baked cookies upon arrival, and we got to help feed the alpaca's! Amongst the alpacas, we also got to see llama's, chickens, cats, dogs, a horse, and a cow. 🐄 At Windrush Alpaca's, they have a store, so we didn't hesitate getting some things from their store, such as their set of 4 handmade alpaca wool dryer balls (that will end up saving us time and money!), some alpaca wool yarn, and some alpaca themed children's activities, that the kids spent the evening there, doing. 🐔 We adored this farm, felt incredibly welcomed by their amazing hospitality, and really felt connected with nature, and with their animals there. It was a wonderful experience. 🐱 We took quite a few pictures there, so here is post 1, of 2 from Windrush Alpaca's! 📷 If you are in the Clovis, NM area, please go do yourself a favor and check out Windrush Alpaca Farm!! . . . Have you ever stayed or lived at/on a farm? What was your experience like? If not, is this something that interests you?
Saying goodbye to these puppies and their sweet mama was the hardest thing we’ve had to do in our year on the road. It’s hard to believe it was less than 2 weeks ago that we rescued them from the woods by our campsite. We love them so much. ❤️. They’re so healthy and happy now thanks to Pat at A Doggie 4 You. She does such a fantastic job helping dogs in Texas and the San Antonio area. If you’re ever in the area look them up and spend a day volunteering and helping the dogs. 🐶❤️ . . . . . . . . #rvlife#fulltimerv#dogrescue#straypuppies#puppylove#rvfamily
We hiked Red River Gorge today - these two cuties did awesome. Although little man would much rather be wandering around the trails, the steep drops were making me way too nervous. All the coats and hats were off by the second half of the trek. 🙌🏻 We chased a waterfall, found the waterfall, and we loved it.
We got to visit Cadillac Ranch, aka Car Stonehenge. It was really neat! It is so odd to see multiple cars sticking straight up out of the ground, but that is also what makes it so cool, and worthy of planning it into your "places to visit." 🚗🎨 We had a lot of fun seeing what others had painted, and despite not thinking ahead and bringing our own spray paint, we found some bottles that still had paint in them, and we got to paint on some of the cars, afterall. 🚗🎨 In hindsight, if we were to go back, we'd totally take our own paint - so if you go there...remember this piece of advice. 🚗🎨 As we walked over to this, we noticed a ton of trash on the ground, so I challenged my family to each pick up at least 5 pieces of trash - and each of us did! Swipe to see a picture of Nora throwing some of her trash into the spray painted trash can there. 🚗🎨 Also, swipe to see the kids' expressions. I think they loved being there, just a bit. 😉😜😝 🚗 🎨 >> What is the coolest, quirkiest place you have visited?
#thriftstorefind set of Vintage matching lamps, might sell on Etsy....but I really like them!....#fauxstainedglass #stainedglasslamp#vintagedecor#stainedglasslamp #decor#vintagedecor#rvremodel#rvdecor#oldrv#vintagerv#rvfamily#bounder#rvliving
We had a wonderful time touring Historic St. Augustine today! It was like stepping back in time, particularly when we toured the oldest wooden schoolhouse in the USA. Trinity even received a diploma at the end of our visit!
It’s amazing the amount of potential you can see in something when you have a design idea. When dreaming about the bathroom we knew we wanted a slab of wood with a natural edge. The challenge was finding a slab that resembled the natural shape of the counter. Something that straight but much wider at the end. - Miraculously we only spent $30 on a super nice slab of black walnut. Obviously it needed some major restoration. Cody brought it to @vintage.window.restoration where he cut the back edge so it was straight as well as had it planed. We didn’t want to stain it because we love the natural color so instead we used polyurethane to bring out the depth of the grain. Once that was dry we used epoxy by @totalboat to seal the new countertop. After it was poured Cody used a heat gun to bring out the bubbles which takes some time. Once the countertop was completely dry we attached the back part we had previously cut off to the edge. Finally we installed it on the countertop & installed the sink! - It’s hard to believe what it looked like before. If you know the look your going for it’s easy to seek out the right type of wood slabs. This was definitely a process with a lot of slow steps but they were so worth it!
We are definitely in the desert, and have been enjoying seeing the various foliage and new plants that we aren't used to seeing around us. 🌵 These are the last of the set of pictures we took during our stay at Palo Duro Canyon State Park. 🗻 That place was amazing. We invite you to swipe through all of these photos, to not only see the beauty that is there, but also a couple of pictures of the kids, while we were climbing up high on the rocks, sunset pictures (with an almost full moon) and the last picture is one of the views that we had from our campsite. 🌄 Are you more of a sunrise person, or a sunset person?
One hundred percent loving our time out here in the mountains of Kentucky. We don’t have any Internet at our campsite, but trust me when I say the views are beautiful. ❤️ The first 24 hours of our first trip in the new rig (which may or may not be named Ludacris and Snoop Dogg) has been nothing but wonderful. 🌿