Leaving Moab we didn’t have much of a plan. That seems to be the norm now. We typically decide where we’re going one or two days before we arrive. This time, we found a Boondocker’s Welcome host that would let us get some much needed shipments while there. We ordered and thought our Amazon Prime shipment would be there in 2 days, but turned into 7. Oh...small towns. We felt so bad being stuck there for so long, but our host was super nice and allowed us to stay until our shipments arrived. And the town, though small, was so great.Keep Reading
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After freezing in Canada, we knew we needed to get south and fast! We weighed our options and decided to head to MOAB!! People ask us all the time how we decide where to go and if we make plans in advance. The answer is, we just want to be warm, and we wing it most of the time. That's the beauty of having a rig that can be off grid. We just need to find some great BLM land in the area we want to see and we're set!Keep Reading
After spending a day in Canada at Butchart Gardens, we were ready for more of this wonderful country called Canada. We researched and planned and researched some more. We talked to our insurance company, changed our AT&T plan and prayed the wildfires wouldn’t mess it all up.
And then we went for it! Hello Canada!Keep Reading
We had a fantastic time in Washington. It’s one state that is hard to get tired of. We can’t wait to come back and explore more, but for now…we head east!
With Coeur d’Alene punched in our GPS, we contacted friends, Take That Exit, who used to travel full time but now have a sweet home in northern Idaho. Turns out that they were camping for the weekend up in Priest Lake and said we could join them. The kids were so excited to meet up with their kids again. It had been almost 2 years since we last saw them.Keep Reading
Moving on from Olympic National Park and Port Angles, we found another Boondocker’s Welcome campsite nearby. Well, sort of nearby. It would mean we’d have to take our Tiny Shiny Home on a ferry from Port Townsend to Coupeville. We did that with the 5th wheel and it was stressful then. Spoiler alert: it was still stressful with the Airstream. Mostly just because we had put so much blood, sweat and tears into the remodel.Keep Reading