Starvation State Park – great name for a park, eh?

Starvation State Park, Utah Whats in a name? According to Wikipedia, There are various narratives explaining the name “Starvation”. One account describes a group of fur trappers stranded in harsh winter conditions who survived by stealing a local Native American cache of food, which resulted in their starvation. Another account tells the opposite story, with … Read more

Exploring the Flaming Gorge – and Lucerne Campground

The Flaming Gorge The Adventure Continues! After leaving the familiar turf of Saratoga, Wyoming (I can’t believe I’ve visited Saratoga so often that it now seems like a “home away from home” – whatever THAT is when you full time in a RV!), I traveled west to Rock Springs – mostly to find a decent … Read more

On The Road Again – Saratoga, Wyoming, why not?!

Saratoga – hot springs, kayaking, fishing and more… Just got out of the hot springs here in downtown Saratoga Wyoming. Completely relaxing, and you can always count on meeting an interesting person or two while there. You know, it’s nice when your toughest decision upon waking is whether to go to the hot springs first … Read more

Beachfront in Brookings – Sun and Warmth on the Oregon Coast

Condensing a 6+ Hour Journey From Portland to Brookings into 15 minutes Enjoy (and GREAT music as well!) The Oregon Coast Beachfront RV Park in Brookings Yep, it happened! After 5 months in McCall Idaho with the warmest temperature being 50F, I reached the Oregon coast (the “shore”?!) to experience sunshine and near 70F in … Read more

Epic Powder in March at Brundage!

A Brundage Powder WEEK… The temperature sat at 24F as I arrived early Wednesday morning to Brundage. The snow was falling heavily – and it was a “light” or “powdery” snow! I knew immediately it was going to be a special – and rare – day. Ski run after run featured deep, light powder – … Read more

Winter in McCall Idaho – Brundage Ski Resort

RV’ing AND Skiing all in Winter in McCall After 3 consecutive winters in the small, isolated community of Steamboat Springs, I decided to spend this winter in an even smaller (and more isolated!) town… McCall, Idaho, population about 2900. How remote is McCall? Well, the nearest movie theater is about 30 miles, the nearest Walmart … Read more

Like to Explore? Well worth a few days visit in your RV – or…

Like to explore? Brand new, centrally located, and well worth a few days visit in your RV (or treat yourself to a cabin!)… Boulder Creek Lodge I’m talking about the Boulder Creek Lodge – a very interesting destination located just south of the town of Hall, Montana – within easy “striking” distance of Missoula, Helena, … Read more

Exceptional RV Camping near Helena Part 2

If you have not yet seen PART 1 – be sure to visit THIS PAGE first! Devils Elbow Campground Lets begin this post with an overview of Devils Elbow Campground. Naturally the name caught my attention, and I liked the campground even more when I discovered they were “big rig” friendly AND FREE after October 12th! … Read more

Great Camping Experiences In and Around Helena Montana

Great Camping Experiences – Helena Montana Helena, the Capital of Montana is situated in a valley surrounded by spectacular mountains and many lakes – including the headwaters of the Missouri River. Waters that resemble a lake – especially where the river widens and water flow slows to a crawl. Ideal for boating, kayaking and canoeing … Read more

In Search Of… The PERFECT Campsite (an unfolding story)

In Search of… The PERFECT Campsite Good to catch up with you again! So much has happened since I left Casper, Wyoming on September 8 after a very successful summer selling (and learning more about) RV’s. In fact it went so well, I’m now heading a new initiative with Stalkups – an Internet Sales division! … Read more