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We really enjoyed our almost two week stay off Palm Canyon Road in Kofa National Wildlife Refuge. Although the area has only one marked trail, there are many places to hikes. Here are the hikes we did: Palm Canyon This is a quick two mile hike to see a small grove of native Palm trees […]
For those not hip to RVing lingo, boondocking is a term for free camping usually in the boondocks somewhere. We have yet to boondock on this trip but have been doing plenty of moochdocking, staying in friends and family’s driveway and mooching off their electricity, internet, water, etc. After regaining my ankle mobility at my […]
We considered taking the ferry over to Victoria, B.C. but opted to do a whale watching tour and stop over at Friday Harbor in the San Juan Islands instead. We hopped on the Puget Sound Express boat Olympic. The weather was changing from sunny to cloudy but the views on the water of Mt. Baker […]
We stayed two days in Port Townsend, a very quaint Victorian town on the Puget Sound. Our campsite was located in Fort Worden where they filmed “Officer and a Gentlemen” back in the 80’s. “I don’t see any horns on you boy.”
From Whitefish, Montana we drove down to North Fork, Idaho and spent three days at the Wagonhammer RV Park on the Salmon River. A very nice spot but we had to meet friends in Boise in a week so we continued on down to the Sawtooth Mountains for a few days on Redfish Lake.
I think we found our favorite National Park and campground of the trip. Two Medicine is a remote area of Glacier know to the Crow Indians as the “Backbone of the World”. We had a great private site that backed up to a 9,000 foot mountain and high meadow that was wildlife central. We saw […]
We are enjoying are stay in Glacier National Park. A sharp contrast to the crowds and congestion of Yellowstone. Getting some good shots with the new zoom lens for the Canon. This family of mountain goats was right off the Going to The Sun Road. The goats can run extremely fast and climb like a […]
Our next stop was Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park in Montana. Unlike Yellowstone their were no crowds and we easily found a nice quiet campsite for the night. The next day we took a two hour tour down into the large limestone caves. Very cool formations including a 6,000 year old bat.