RV Camping in Washington State – A September Experience

RV’ing in Washington from East to West – in September As I approach my 7th year “on the road”, after leaving my summer RV sales gig early this year (on Aug. 4th), I decided to expand my horizons and push farther westward than I had in my previous journeys. I decided it was time to … Read more

It’s days like TODAY that make me KNOW why I LIVE & TRAVEL in a RV…

Evans Campground – Roosevelt National Recreation Area It’s late afternoon, the sun is playing hide and seek with clouds, the breeze is quite present as I sit lakefront at a site with a million-dollar view – and its all mine for the next week (or so)! I’m here to enjoy the pristine environment, paddle a-lot … Read more

A Phenomenal National Forest Campsite & A reflection on the “on the road” lifestyle

Lonesomehurst “NFS” Campground & a new toy!! Wow – its been quite a day! A new bicycle seat install yesterday (much more on this soon), then kayaking a new lake this morning in a NEW kayak (more on this below!), a test ride on my (relatively) new bicycle and brand new bike seat this afternoon, … Read more

Dubois, Wyoming – Gateway to Jackson and Yellowstone – some insiders tips

The Town of Dubois Wyoming – Gateway to Yellowstone & Teton National Parks and the town of Jackson… A small town (about 1000 folks) situated about 70 miles east of Jackson and Yellowstone, but without the congestion of Jackson (or the expense.) Since West Yellowstone (also expensive – rv sites in excess of $70/night) is … Read more

Tough Creek Campground – Boysen State Park – Wyoming camping at its BEST!

On The Road Again – and a brief taste of Autumn Strong thunderstorms followed by a windy night that felt colder than it was. It was an autumnal wind. The first I’ve felt in months, and my first night “on the road” after leaving my RV consulting job at the now failing RV dealership in … Read more

Zion National Park – just outside of St. George

Zion National Park – by RV Wow –  A visit to Zion National Park (with my RV camped just a few miles away)! That’s about all I can say… I visited Zion yesterday, March 13. A spectacular day, nearly 70F and just a few cumulus clouds building in the afternoon in this deep enclosed valley. … Read more

St. George Utah – RV and Spring Break Paradise

Its a breezy afternoon, temperatures nearly 70F, and as I write this I’ve experienced a desert thunderstorm at a coffee shop that overlooks a canyon! What could be better? I’m in St. George Utah – a GREAT RV’er destination Enjoy the video essay below highlighting Sand Hollow State Park & the drive to Brian Head … Read more

From Winter to Spring in 2 Hours

  God has a unique sense of humor. You see, I had been prepping all winter for a ski exam in Central-West Idaho mountains. This meant MANY extra hours on the slopes, and skiing in virtually all kinds of weather. Through much of this time, we experienced a mild and relatively snowless winter… until I … Read more

Breaking RV Camp in the dead of Winter – It takes a unique brand of STUPID!

I’m sharing this a couple of weeks AFTER I broke my winter rv camp on Feb 22 in McCall. To offer contrast, as I write this, it is 68F, I’m sitting at a cafe overlooking a canyon in shorts and slippers. Not at all a recognizable scene to the one I faced on Feb 22 … Read more

Its like someone flipped a switch! Full timing in the mountains means “be prepared”…

I arrived in McCall on Oct 28 and immediately felt pressure to get set up for the winter. This was not an ordinary winter camp – I’ve stayed in the mountains for each of the past 6 winters in a camper; this time however, I had a storage locker full of my “stuff” that had … Read more

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