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

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

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

Winter in Jackson is DONE. Now onto my FIRST RV ADVENTURE of the season…

Have you ever arrived at a campground and found it to be completely DESERTED? Yes, its open, yes you can camp there, NO, no one, not a soul was there! Simply put, I had my “pick of the litter” when it came to campsites! The date – April 4, the place – Tough Creek Campground … Read more

Winter RV Camping Near Phenomenal Ski Resorts

SKIING AND RV’ing – PERFECT TOGETHER! It was a deal breaker. Yep, I had to know if I bought a RV that there would be a place to “camp” (aka – park it) at or near great skiing out west. And… YES THERE IS! In fact, there are MANY campgrounds that are OPEN ALL WINTER … 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

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