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