Ward Charcoal Ovens State Park

Our first stop after leaving Idaho was Ward Charcoal Ovens State Park in Ely, Nevada. The park has six beehive-shaped charcoal ovens that were used from 1876 through 1879 to help with the mining of silver ore. When mining ended, the ovens were used to shelter travelers and even had a reputation as a hideout … Continue reading Ward Charcoal Ovens State Park

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A Summer of Disconnect

I've been off the WordPress radar lately and I apologize, I still have lots of travel posts to update you on from last year as well as this year and hope to be connected more regularly now. We've been in Northern California since May tending to 5 cabins and a few RV spots. The remoteness … Continue reading A Summer of Disconnect

Making Money While Traveling

Making money while traveling may seem like a crazy idea but it is totally possible. I follow many full time travelers and belong to a few facebook groups thatย  have tens of thousands of members. While not all those people are working (many are retired) there are just as many working and these are just … Continue reading Making Money While Traveling

Great Basin National Park

Great Basin National Park was not on our radar, but when it was suggested to us on two separate occasions, we decided it was going to be a stop along the way (thanks Purdy & our camp host in Moab). I am so thankful that we made the decision to stop here because it is … Continue reading Great Basin National Park

Zion National Park & Sand Hollow State Park

After Moab we went further South, (bad idea) it was even hotter! We stayed a couple days at Sand Hollow State Park in Hurricane, Utah and visited nearby Zion National Park. Sand Hollow State park was a great camp spots, the full hookups spots were big and far apart, the bathrooms were large and clean, … Continue reading Zion National Park & Sand Hollow State Park