Great view, access to the ocean and proximity to Newport, Oregon, Seal Rocks RV Cove seemed like it would be a great RV park, but we left it feeling, well, “Meh.” Continue reading Review: Seal Rocks RV Cove
From the west coast to the Midwest. Our second full month on the road took us to Minnesota. Continue reading From “Moochdocking” to RV Parks: July in Minnesota
Hate spending $50 just for a quick overnight? Or are you challenged (like we are) to find an approved boondocking site? Yes and yes! So we tried Harvest Hosts. Continue reading Is Harvest Hosts worth it?
I had considered calling this “And then we called the cops….” In fact, both headlines are 100% true. What are we talking about? Asking for help BEFORE it’s too late. And this weekend was the first time it really happened for us. Continue reading The ONE thing more RVers should do
During our travels, I return to the office in Boulder, CO occasionally. The week of July 26 was that week. I learned about patience, public transportation and maybe I need to switch up my wardrobe a bit. Continue reading Leaving the Road for the Office
This week’s travels took us from the coast of California to the borders of Wyoming and Utah: Flaming Gorge. Continue reading Week 5: On the water at Flaming Gorge
In mid-June we traveled to the Redwoods in northern California. We had a great campsite, but then we had to figure out where we could hike with our dogs in the Redwoods. Continue reading Week 4: Camping in the Redwoods
A few years back we decided to get a camper for weekend adventures and summer road trips. Whether your travel will take you boondocking or to RV parks, here are some primary considerations when determining whether a teardrop, travel trailer or motorhome is right for you. Continue reading Our Four Considerations when Choosing a Camper