I’ve mentioned before how Deas and I prefer to just “wing it” on a lot of our planning. Up until recently, the one and only advance reservation that we made was for Portland, and that was only because we knew we had to be there for my brother’s wedding. We’ve really enjoyed the flexibility of … Continue reading To plan or not to plan….that is the question
During our time spent in Colorado and Wyoming, we had enjoyed lots of cool days and colder nights. In debating where to head next, we decided to go west through Idaho. We did not, however, check a weather forecast. Big mistake! We drove smack into the heat wave that is plaguing the midwest, and it … Continue reading Idaho Heat Wave
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 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
A couple of months ago, Deas and I took our very first trip in the RV. We were headed to Red Bay, AL (where our Tiffin RV was manufactured) but we were going to take several days to get there. Our first stop was the Conecuh National Forest in south Alabama. The day we left, … Continue reading Outlaw