Posts Tagged: campgrounds

Labor Day in Port Orford, Oregon – a Gem of a Place

We moved down the coast from Florence, Oregon to Port Orford…a big 100 or so miles.  We had reservations in a KOA. KOA’s are never my first choice of campgrounds to stay in, usually they are more expensive because you

Labor Day in Port Orford, Oregon – a Gem of a Place

We moved down the coast from Florence, Oregon to Port Orford…a big 100 or so miles.  We had reservations in a KOA. KOA’s are never my first choice of campgrounds to stay in, usually they are more expensive because you

Final stop in Washington: Lakes, Logger Jamboree’s and Mt. Rainier

We are finishing up a week on Mayfield Lake in Washington, staying at Harmony Lakeside RV resort in Mossy Rock (love that name.)  It has been a fine place to relax and enjoy the nice weather we have finally settled

Final stop in Washington: Lakes, Logger Jamboree’s and Mt. Rainier

We are finishing up a week on Mayfield Lake in Washington, staying at Harmony Lakeside RV resort in Mossy Rock (love that name.)  It has been a fine place to relax and enjoy the nice weather we have finally settled

At the Beach…Long Beach Peninsula, Washington

We began our re-entry from Canada into the U.S. on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.   We decide to keep traveling south and see the whole coast rather than heading inland. We spent some time on the river in Hoquiam and visited

At the Beach…Long Beach Peninsula, Washington

We began our re-entry from Canada into the U.S. on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.   We decide to keep traveling south and see the whole coast rather than heading inland. We spent some time on the river in Hoquiam and visited

Are We Sick of the Canadian Rockies Yet?

It has been three weeks since we crossed the border into Canada from Montana. We have spent that time soaking up the scenery, sightseeing and fishing on all sides of the Canadian Rockies, in both Alberta and British Columbia. From

Are We Sick of the Canadian Rockies Yet?

It has been three weeks since we crossed the border into Canada from Montana. We have spent that time soaking up the scenery, sightseeing and fishing on all sides of the Canadian Rockies, in both Alberta and British Columbia. From

Yellowstone, Where the Buffalo Roam

Yellowstone is a huge Park. We had reservations on Hebgen Lake, about 10 miles north of the west entrance to the Park. We have stayed there before, at Madison Arm Resort. It has great trout fishing and the camp is

Yellowstone, Where the Buffalo Roam

Yellowstone is a huge Park. We had reservations on Hebgen Lake, about 10 miles north of the west entrance to the Park. We have stayed there before, at Madison Arm Resort. It has great trout fishing and the camp is

Sante Fe, New Mexico: Hello green chile

Leaving the Big Texan behind us, we headed for  Santa Fe. We knew it would be better than Amarillo, we had already found no less than a haf-dozen Diners, Drive-ins and Dives recommendations nearby. If nothing else we will eat

Sante Fe, New Mexico: Hello green chile

Leaving the Big Texan behind us, we headed for  Santa Fe. We knew it would be better than Amarillo, we had already found no less than a haf-dozen Diners, Drive-ins and Dives recommendations nearby. If nothing else we will eat

Ending it all in Ensenada

Today we arrived in Ensenada. We bypassed it on our way south, but now we will spend our last three days here. We got to the RV resort  and were pleasantly surprised. It is a lovely resort with a restaurant,

Ending it all in Ensenada

Today we arrived in Ensenada. We bypassed it on our way south, but now we will spend our last three days here. We got to the RV resort  and were pleasantly surprised. It is a lovely resort with a restaurant,