Friday, May 7, 2010
Organizing Websites --- Local Stock Car Races (O'Fallon, IL)
Another laid back day today. I decided to take on the project that needed a LOT of attention, organizing my favorite websites from the past five years. I can't believe I let it go this long, but back in 2005 when we first started looking for RV's I just bookmarked everything to check back later. Some aren't even opening anymore.
I decided to list a few for those that are following the blog and searching for RV information
This one was the very first fifth wheel forum I came to, it seems to be active, but didn't take off like the moderator thought it would. It's not too late to still check it out;
fifth wheel living
Should we go full time?
BC RV forum. This is another little one, but still an RV forum.
RV.net is very popular, we still use this one.
Gifts for RVers, this can be helpful but mainly a fun website for rv'ers.
Free sites, we're still using this one.
National park system
Everything about rving, this is a great site and we found it early in our search
RV books, we bought a lot of books in 2005-2006
Roadmap to RVers online, an oldy but goodie
Mail service idea, we didn't take this one, but sure was a close second.
Big rigs, where to park
If you want more, let me know. This is just a sampling.
I didn't get them all done, but out of 255 personal rv'ing blogs, I started sorting them by who is part time and who is fulltime. Most bloggers don't update daily, so I can keep up fairly easily.
After dinner we left for Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, IL to watch the Friday night stock car races. It was very windy 72 degrees when we left. When we got home it was 45 and still very windy. It's COLD, but the races were great. We went with our son and both grandsons. The kids played in a playground at the track most of the time while we watched. It was an enjoyable (but cold) evening. Fortunately they kept the show moving and were very fast in getting the races started.
The cars were sliding sideways through the turns. They had to turn hard right to turn left. Some of the cars would raise their left front wheel and bounce along on three wheels. Very cool to watch and it's all on dirt.
Kyle and Kendall