Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park

Whenever I have a quiet moment on this trip, I’ve been reading John Steinbeck’s Travels With Charley, about his journey across and through the United States, camping with his dog, Charley. Steinbeck said it better than I ever could: “The next passage in my journey is...
Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone was not a primary destination for this trip, but we’re glad we took the time to make a drive through. I’m sure if we had stayed for several days and camped nearby, we would have had an even better time. As it was, we drove slowly through the park and...
Canyons and Towers

Canyons and Towers

Spearfish Canyon When we began planning this long trip to the northwest, Bob and I listed places we “wanted” to see, some we “hoped” to see, and a few that we felt were “must” see locations. Spearfish Canyon was not on any of those lists, because neither of us knew it...
Quincy Adventure with Lynne

Quincy Adventure with Lynne

Our latest camping trip was a special journey just for our sister Lynne. She is mentally handicapped and has some physical challenges as well, so the five nights we spent in the June Bug was just about the maximum we could handle. She’s a real trooper, though, and had...
Lake Whatchamacallit

Lake Whatchamacallit

Our Arkansas stay at Lake Ouachita was a mixed bag. The National Forest is beautiful and the lake is so clean! Our campsite was a little bit of a disappointment, but I think that’s only because we are officially SPOILED ROTTEN by the beach boondocking. We don’t want...
Putting Texas in our Rearview Mirror

Putting Texas in our Rearview Mirror

Our very first stop after leaving the island was the car wash. We spent all the cash we had getting the Super Truck and June Bug scrubbed of all the sand and salt. We spent one quick night at Stephen F. Austin State Park before planning to return to the Austin area....

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