That’s a Wrap – Lone Pine, CA

Celia and I had no idea of what to expect when we left Bishop and made our way down to Lone Pine, CA on Highway 395. Many bloggers had written about the area and we knew that we wanted to stop for a while but were not sure what to expect. It turned out to … Continue reading That’s a Wrap – Lone Pine, CA

“Small Town with a Big Backyard” – Bishop, CA

One thing that you learn when you are full timing is that you have to be flexible. David and I wanted to travel south on Hwy. 395 but we encountered a small problem. When we called several campgrounds between Carson City, NV and Bishop, CA, they had already closed for the season. Located at higher … Continue reading “Small Town with a Big Backyard” – Bishop, CA

Fire Power – Lassen Volcanic National Park, CA

David and I love to visit our National Parks. We have been to many over the years. A couple of years ago, during our first year of full timing, we visited Crater Lake NP in OR and Redwoods NP in CA. We had wanted to go to Lassen Volcanic NP at that time but we … Continue reading Fire Power – Lassen Volcanic National Park, CA

The Bard Lives in Ashland, Oregon

Leaving Portland we headed south on I-5 toward California but first we stopped for a while in Ashland, Oregon near Medford. We had never been in this area and it had many surprises. First, the town of Ashland is famous for its months long Shakespeare Festival. Second, the downtown Lithia Park is wonderful and definitely … Continue reading The Bard Lives in Ashland, Oregon

Farewell to the City of Roses

After two months in Portland, it is time to bid farewell to the “City of Roses.” Before we take our leave though, we wanted to share a few more fun things that we did in this area. The Columbia River Gorge is a National Scenic Area due to its fantastic waterfalls, like Multnomah Falls, Bridal … Continue reading Farewell to the City of Roses