Thinking of purchasing a new RV Camper in 2021? Thoughts and insights from a fellow traveler who has his thumb on the pulse of the RV industry…

2021 arrives after unprecedented action in the RV sales world in 2020 – a buying frenzy and new camper shortages. Now as we enter 2021, manufacturers are back “online” and producing, but is everything returning to normal? Read on…

Goldfield Nevada – Living History in a Real Ghost Town

In my 9 years (thus far) “on the road”, Goldfield Nevada is a unique find. About a 50 mile drive from Area 51, located along U.S. Rt. 95 – a main artery connecting northern and southern Nevada, and a solid 3 hour drive from Las Vegas, sits the truly strange and historic town of Goldfield, … Read more

More Nevada Desert – and MORE Ghost Towns – An in-depth look at Berlin, Nevada, and why it is a FASCINATING visit.

In my prior post, I shared a bit about my stay in Mina, Nevada – in the heart of the Nevada desert, surrounded by hundreds of miles of off-road trails, and by SEVERAL ghost towns. In this post, I will share three ghost towns with you, Berlin, Ione, and Luning. Berlin, Nevada – an incredibly … Read more

Autumn in Nevada: RV Travel through Deserts, easy access to Ghost Towns, and a real solid taste of America

Nearly 9 years on the road and this is the first time I’m spending any real time in Nevada. I entered this amazing state (with a dud for a governor) a few weeks ago and found a few recurring themes as I traveled from the northeast corner to the southwest desert. The people are friendly … Read more

RV Camping ON THE BEACH – A wonderful experience WITH potentially serious pitfalls

Recent travels leading up to a beach camping experience… I departed Oregon about 10 days ago and in that brief span of time, I’ve covered some significant ground. Thick smoke in eastern Oregon had thinned quite a bit by Boise. By the time I reached Burley, Idaho, there was actually some blue sky! Burley was … Read more

RV Life in Eastern Oregon: Hells Canyon, High Desert, Powerful American History, and more…

RV’ing in Eastern Oregon in Early September… A few days of clear, blue late-summer skies before a thick smoke from the west coast fires settled into the valley. My reason for heading to Eastern Oregon? A visit to Outdoors RV for some needed repairs after nearly 3 years of living in the camper. I will … Read more

RV Travel Tips from the western Idaho Mountains to the Eastern Oregon high desert

Traveler information you NEED to know for an extremely picturesque yet rugged region… Everything these days is a journey – and at times a trial. My latest trial has been Oregon. My latest journey was not without its challenges from the outset. After a month in Valley County (McCall/Cascade) Idaho, I headed over to Baker … Read more