Posts Tagged: outdoors

Back to the California Coast at Monterey

After several days in Yosemite, communing with nature, we looked forward to having basic services again, like water and power.  This comes with a trade off though. As we head further south along the Pacific coast we are starting to

Back to the California Coast at Monterey

After several days in Yosemite, communing with nature, we looked forward to having basic services again, like water and power.  This comes with a trade off though. As we head further south along the Pacific coast we are starting to

You Can Never See Too Many Rocks: Yosemite National Park

Hubby is fond of saying, when his ADD kicks in, that  “if you’ve seen one rock, you’ve seen them all.”  Granted I have dragged him to Yellowstone, Arches, and Canyon Lands Parks, as well as the Canadian Rockies…all resplendent with

You Can Never See Too Many Rocks: Yosemite National Park

Hubby is fond of saying, when his ADD kicks in, that  “if you’ve seen one rock, you’ve seen them all.”  Granted I have dragged him to Yellowstone, Arches, and Canyon Lands Parks, as well as the Canadian Rockies…all resplendent with

Vineyards, Mountains, Lakes and Fires: Napa Valley

We loved the coast around Mendocino and even though we had the scary drive  to get there, we enjoyed our stay. Now we were moving on, to the Napa area and a five day stay on Lake Berryessa. We were looking forward

Vineyards, Mountains, Lakes and Fires: Napa Valley

We loved the coast around Mendocino and even though we had the scary drive  to get there, we enjoyed our stay. Now we were moving on, to the Napa area and a five day stay on Lake Berryessa. We were looking forward

The Road to Mendocino, scary, scary scary

We continue our trek south along the California coast.  The Crescent City/Klamath area didn’t have the rugged looks of Oregon, but we did enjoy the Redwoods.  Now we were headed to coastal Mendecino. I had called the Casper Beach RV

The Road to Mendocino, scary, scary scary

We continue our trek south along the California coast.  The Crescent City/Klamath area didn’t have the rugged looks of Oregon, but we did enjoy the Redwoods.  Now we were headed to coastal Mendecino. I had called the Casper Beach RV

California: First Look at the Redwoods

Our fun Labor Day weekend over, it was time to hit the road again. We left sadly left Port Orford and continued south down highway 101, enjoying the beauty of the last 60 miles of the Oregon coast, particularly  the Cape

California: First Look at the Redwoods

Our fun Labor Day weekend over, it was time to hit the road again. We left sadly left Port Orford and continued south down highway 101, enjoying the beauty of the last 60 miles of the Oregon coast, particularly  the Cape

On the Lakes, then Back to the Coast – Oregon, Continued

After spending four days on Twin Lake and four days on Lava lake, both in the middle of nowhere in the Deschutes National Forest, I was ready for the coast, for civilization, for a TV show (even a lousy summer

On the Lakes, then Back to the Coast – Oregon, Continued

After spending four days on Twin Lake and four days on Lava lake, both in the middle of nowhere in the Deschutes National Forest, I was ready for the coast, for civilization, for a TV show (even a lousy summer

Twisted Sisters, Oregon- Continued

Leaving Hood River and the Columbia River Gorge we headed south towards the Cascades and the lakes to do some fishing. Our route toward Bend skirted the desert areas of Oregon. The varied terrain has been one of the most impressive

Twisted Sisters, Oregon- Continued

Leaving Hood River and the Columbia River Gorge we headed south towards the Cascades and the lakes to do some fishing. Our route toward Bend skirted the desert areas of Oregon. The varied terrain has been one of the most impressive