Last updated on April 27th, 2009 at 06:53 pm
Fellow RVer and blogger Mar offers today’s tips.
You can park overnight with FREE hookups (electric, water AND sewer) at Suncoast RV in Calera, Alabama. You can also buy propane for .99 cents a gallon.
The Sugar Mill Grill & Griddle House inside the DeLeon Springs State Park; DeLeon Springs, in Central Florida, is a place that has tables equipped with griddles. It is great for breakfast or brunch. Management brings you the batter and you cook your own pancakes and eggs right there at the table. It is a lot of fun.
If, in your travels, you enjoy interesting locations, unique art, or roadside attractions, these three websites will help you locate some wonderful things:
- WayMark.com – Share and discover unique and interesting locations on the planet.
- DetourArt.com – Dedicated to the sheer joy of outsider, folk, visionary, self-taught, vernacular art and environment discoveries found all along the back roads (and side streets) around the world.
- RoadsideAmerica.com – Online guide to offbeat tourist attractions.
If you’re a fan of the TV Food Network show “Diners, Drive-ins & Dives”, and would like to visit some of the restaurants featured on the show, we have found these two related websites:
We also write on our blog about the ones we visit.
I really hope some of this information is helpful to you, I’d love to hear from you if it is. Stay warm, have fun and travel safe!
Visit Mar’s blog ‘Bella and the Road‘
Cowboy Cooking for RVers
Jim Foreman is a well-known and popular member of several RV email groups and forums so you may already know that he loves to cook cowboy style.
As an avid RVer, Jim found that his cowboy recipes and style of cooking adapted well to the confines of his RV kitchen and his cookbook is a combination of cowboy, tex-mex, Baja Califonia and just good food influenced by many years and miles of RV travel. Get More Info