As I mentioned in my last post, we had to leave Nehalem Bay State Park on Tuesday because they were completely booked. During our stay there we had explored many of the surrounding cities, and we spotted a marina that have RVs parked right on the bay. We called and made a reservation, and had … Continue reading Kelly’s Marina near Rockaway Beach
Deas and I spent a night at the Mammoth Springs campground in Yellowstone earlier this week, and ended up having a pretty interesting experience. When we drove into the campground, there were signs everywhere warning people not to approach the elk. I spoke to the woman who was camping next to us, and she said … Continue reading Elk Encounter!
We’d just spent about 3 weeks in Colorado, and as much as we loved it, I was ready to get another state border crossing under my belt. The border of Wyoming was only about 4 hours away, so we packed up early that morning and headed out. After a few hours of more Colorado loveliness, … Continue reading Wyoming Bound
Our next stop after Durango was Silverton, which is a very small former mining town. At 9300 feet, it is the 12th highest city in the country! It is a tiny little town, and we found that a lot of the restaurants in town were closed, so we only stayed one night. Shorty got a … Continue reading Silverton and the Million Dollar Highway to Ouray
We are wrapping up our 6-night stay in Durango and I am having a hard time preparing to leave! We have really fallen in love with this cute little town and have thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. We had our first RV-guest this week! Our friend Shelly Swanger is driving across country and I convinced … Continue reading Durango to Silverton
Well, after my last post we had a rather unfortunate end to our stay in Santa Fe. I mentioned before that the RV park we were in had a dog park. In general, I am very wary of dog parks and I’m very careful about when I will and will not let my dogs into … Continue reading Doggie drama – and one more night in Santa Fe
We’re wrapping up a 4-night stay and the wonderful Santa Fe Skies RV Park, which was recommended by our friends Sean and Kristy (www.longlonghoneymoon.com.) The park has a great view of the mountains, a nice walking trail, and a fenced in dog park for the pups to get out some energy. During our stay, we … Continue reading Santa Fe – Cuisine, Celebrities, and Canine Craziness