Small Town America and a Really Nice Campground Just up the road…

Duchesne, Utah. A town of fewer than 2000 people, situated about 2 hours from Salt Lake City, and sandwiched in between Heber City and Vernal, Utah. Elevation works in its favor at about 5500 ft. The climate in June is perfect with daytime highs near 80 and nights in the upper 40’s. And just up … Read more

SNOWSTORM in MAY!!

THIS is what I try NOT to do with when towing my trailer. Who would have thought – at about 6000 ft. elevation in Wyoming I’d see ACCUMULATING SNOW – ON THE ROADWAY at 11AM on MAY 20th?! Watch the video below… So, this happened near Muddy Gap, on the way towards Riverton from Rawlins … Read more

Heart Attack UPDATE – Its been 3 months…

Greetings from Platte River Campground I’m writing this from Platte River Campground, just about 22 miles east of Casper, Wy. Platte River Campground is an interesting place – a mix of full time residents in full hookup sites and travelers in dry sites. I’m a traveler at the moment. I left Casper after a month, … Read more

Roosevelt National Recreation Area in Northeastern Washington State

Upon departing Liberty Lake Regional Park in early September, I headed north with the expectation of spectacular weather for the coming days (weeks?) and to explore unknown regions – well, unknown to me at least! This is my 2nd installment of my journey and adventure across the Pacific Northwest – look for more soon and … Read more