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
We made it to the Smokey Mountains. The drive wasn't too bad except for the road into to campground, which consisted of a 5 mile long dirt road with switch backs (my butt is clenched pretty tight on drives like that). We made it and got a beautiful camp spot right next to the creek. … Continue reading Cataloochee Campground, Smokey Mountains National Park, North Carolina
After having spent 2 nights at Hungry Mother State Park we decided to lock up the camper and head a few miles south to Damascus, Virginia. Damascus was having their annual Trail Days Festival, celebrating current and past thru hikers of the Appalachian Trail. This town gets together to throw a big party, and their … Continue reading Trail Days, Damascus, V.A.
After a slow drive down to Virginia we arrived in Marion where we spent 4 nights at Hungry Mother State Park. For the first 2 nights the campground was very quiet with only about a quarter of the sites filled. The park isn't too big, but it has a some nice trails, a beach for … Continue reading Hungry Mother State Park, Marion, V.A.
Last weekend we took our camper out for the first time. Before hitting the road for a few months we thought it would be a good idea to at least get a trial run in and work out the kinks. We decided to go to the Poconos because it wouldn't be too far from home … Continue reading Our Maiden Voyage