The second night of our trip up north took us all the way to the top of California into the Redwood Forests. If you want to be amazed this is the place to go. These trees are massive in every way – length, height, width, depth – and there's acres filled with them...Read More
This campground has only 17 units, for tents only – no trailers here. I grew up camping in a pop-up tent and I'm sure some day I'll return to a more glamorous version of camping, but for now, I enjoy our little tent and it was nice to look around at our surroundings and see others doing the same...Read More
After a much needed adventure, we're back home in San Luis Obispo. We decided that even though we could have stayed on the road for weeks on end, we are glad to be home. I truly do appreciate where I live even more when I go away. The Central Coast of California is quite spectacular, much more dry than what the north has to offer, but filled with the shining sun, many outdoor activities, happy people, and best of all, clear skies.
David would ask me occasionally throughout the trip, "Could you see us living here?" Most of the time my reply was a solid "No." except for...Read More
We headed west this morning (from the Valley of the Rogue, OR) into Coos Bay to travel the coast, north to Newport, OR where we then proceeded east to Silver Falls National Park.
We read that the coast of Oregon was one of the most beautiful and scenic parts of the state and now I know why. I would highly recommend driving those parts at some point in your life...Read More