Our Trip to Pinot Country

While our travels were limited because of the pandemic, we were still able to enjoy a trip to Oregon’s Willamette Valley this past September. We planned on taking 3 days getting there, from our home in NW Colorado, stay for a week, and then slowly make our way back home. We kind of stuck to […]

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When Travel Plans Change

I’m not going to lie, while I’m extremely fortunate that my family, friends and I stayed healthy through the initial phase of COVID-19, I was very disappointed on having our Alaska vacation cancelled because of it all; I think for about a week I threw a pity-party for one! We had been planning this trip […]

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Fishing Weekend on the Green

Spring in Northwest Colorado has been cool and wet this year. Not that any of us will complain after last year’s fires, but still, where is summer?! We are limited where to camp at this point; too much snow in the high country. We don’t normally go to the same places week after week, but […]

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2019 Camping Season Has Begun

The snow in Northwest Colorado has finally melted enough for us to get our RPod – travel trailer – out of the back yard. It’s always exciting to get ready for that first trip of the season. Getting all the gear back in the camper. Trying to figure out where to go, since the high […]

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Fly Highway, Idaho: We meet again

Crane

Between Idaho Falls, ID and West Yellowstone, MT one finds Highway 20 on the eastern part of Idaho (north/south). This 108-mile stretch is part of a 500-mile route also known as the “Fly Highway”. As you drive along, you pass through some farming communities, several small towns, but the main attraction is the Henry’s Fork […]

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The best memories are made camping!

Stagecoach

The mountains are calling! June is upon us. It’s one of the best months in northern Colorado to enjoy the great outdoors (my opinion, anyway!). With all the chores done at home, we are heading to the high country. Most weekends we are hiding away as remote as possible. It’s not that we don’t like […]

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