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Our Adventures Exploring Colorful Colorado

Although Wyoming was nice, we wanted to visit Colorado and explore the state before it became too cold for us to do so comfortably in our RV. So, from Farson Wyoming we drove to a reservoir just inside Colorado’s border. We only stayed there one night and on the next day, we moved to San […]

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Our Adventures in Oregon & Washington

As we headed further northwest, we became more excited about seeing the Pacific coast, which would be a first for both of us. In an effort to reach this goal, we decided to begin going towards Washington. We drove from our spot in Montana to northern Idaho and spent one night at the Cabellas there. To […]

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Our Travels in the Northwest

Our full-time travel life continued to Caribou-Targhee National Forest in Idaho, only 15 minutes from the west Yellowstone entrance. The area that we camped in had a couple trails that went for miles, so we hiked a lot. We stayed in this forest for 2 weeks and met several other full-time RV-er’s while we were there. […]

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Our Travels to The Grand Tetons & Yellowstone

After spending two months in Colorado visiting family and skiing, we headed north in an effort to reach The Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. It took us two days to reach the Tetons and, on our way, we spent one night in Lander (Wyoming) at a free city park campground. We were tempted to stay at […]

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Our Travels to Quartzsite AZ

We left off in Our Snowy Grand Canyon Adventures and are glad you are back on the road with us again. Our most recent adventures have been in Quartzsite, Arizona. Hundreds of thousands of full-time RVers migrate to this town every winter because it is warm and there is a lot of BLM land. We were […]

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Our Snowy Grand Canyon Adventures

In our attempt to find warmer weather (and see more national parks), we traveled to the Grand Canyon in Arizona after leaving Utah. To our surprise and great disappointment, there was a lot of snow when we arrived after dark – and it was continuing to snow! Apparently, it is around 7,000 feet in elevation […]

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Zion National Park & Dry Camping In Utah

Our adventure continues through Utah – are you ready to hear about our travels lately? Well come on then – let’s get going… We dry camped off a dirt road that had gorgeous red hills in every direction for one night. The location was ideal – very close to Zion Nation Park (Utah) where we had been […]

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Cedar Key to Sanibel Island – Full Time RVing

From our stay on St. George Island we traveled to Anglers RV Private Campground at Cedar Key. It was beautiful, surrounded with water and a historical little town of about 700 in population. While there, we visited a Seafood Festival which is held at the beginning of their stone crab season every year. There were […]

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