Palo Duro Canyon State Park

We’ve made it to the Panhandle of Texas and our last Texas State Park. For now.


Palo Duro Canyon State Park is located 30 miles southwest of Amarillo. The canyon is 120 miles long and 20 miles wide. It is said that Palo Duro Canyon is the second largest canyon in the country, after the Grand Canyon. The park has:

  • 79 Campsites with electric/water, cabins, equestrian and primitive...

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Cadillac Ranch


Cadillac Ranch is on the I-40 frontage road in Amarillo?

I asked, “Is it even worth a stop?”

Mike answered, “Yes.”

So, we bought some cheap spray paint, parked alongside the road with another dozen RVs, and walked the 100 yards to the cars.

RV Museum

Free admission and a bus that starred in the movie RV? We’re there!

While in Amarillo every traveling family should stop at the RV museum!



Suburban Sheep Shirt

Suburban Sheep Shirt If you have the same slightly sarcastic sense of humor as we do this may be the shirt for you. This design is both a commentary on suburban living and a declaration of your intent to leave it.

Styles available: t-Shirts,and hoodies.
Colors available: black, royal blue, navy blue.

Is a Fifth Wheel Tailgate Worth It?

Those fifth-wheel tailgates are stupid. Why would I give up my workbench, seat, grilling spot, etc.?Me, before getting a fifth wheel tailgate

The RV world is filled with choices that have people (men of a certain age, mostly) gathered around a truck bed, campfire, or Facebook group and arguing over:

  • Gas or diesel?
  • What brand of TP?
  • Keep the gray tank open or closed?

And then there’s...

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Caprock Canyons State Park

We’re almost to the Panhandle - time for another Texas State Park.


Caprock Canyons is located about 100 miles southeast of Amarillo in the town of Quitaque (which even the town website can’t decide how to pronounce - mentioning both “kitty-quay”  and “kit-ta-kway” ).

Located in the Plains region of Texas, the beautiful red caverns are a nice suprise. In addition to the...

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Enchanted Rock

Another stop on our Texas State Park tour - this time to Enchanted Rock.


If you draw a line north from San Antonio and another line west from Austin, then look a little northwest of where they intersect, you’ll find Enchanted Rock. Enchanted Rock is a 425-ft. pink granite monolith rising out of the Texan hillcountry.

Officially a State Natural Area - we’re not sure if we needed...

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