Sometimes the hardest part of traveling is finding a place to stay.
When planning trips we decide only on a general direction. The challenge then becomes where to stay, how long to stay there and hope there is an available place TO stay. Other criteria, which must also be met, makes finding a place even harder.
Repeat after me…
“Yes sir, we are American Citizens. No sir, there is no one else in the vehicle.”
Simplicity, Peace, Tranquility.
All attributes of our ideal life.
Achieving it was our goal before we left home for our longest trip ever, a trip around the edge of the US. Continue reading
I admit it.
I’m one of those people who would hold their nose while driving quickly past the Salton Sea, on the way to somewhere else.
Mistakes have been made.
When rushing to outrun weather it’s always a good idea to double check your reservations.
(This is a continuation of our first trip October 2015.)
Blizzard conditions! Whiteouts forecast!
Three feet of snow expected in mountain passes!
These are words that strike fear into the hearts of first time RVers…
I must have missed the memo…
The fall fashion season calls for mud spattered, camo patterned, cargo pants coupled with orange vests…
It finally feels like fall in Oregon, cold, rain and fog.
We’re currently parked in our new home park, Crown Point in Corbett Oregon…
Never trust first impressions, you might miss out on a spot like this.
We got lost trying to find this place and ended up driving through fields and questionable towns and all the while, the GPS kept telling us to turn on roads that did not exist…
The saga continues…
Despite the fact that we drove for 11 hours yesterday, we are STILL having trouble sitting still…