We didn’t actually see any lions or tigers or bears, but that’s a much catchier title than, “Elk and Bison and Coyote, Oh My!” Or, even less catchy, “Bear Lake and Dinosaur Statue and Old Dogs, Oh My!” Last Sunday we left Paradise Valley, Montana, and headed south into Yellowstone. We didn’t see any bears in Glacier National Park but … More Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!
We have some catching up to do. The last time we wrote it was Sunday and we were just settling in at Missouri Headwaters State Park in Three Forks, Montana. That was a week ago. Since then we’ve fallen in love with Montana, we’ve been to Los Angeles and back for a wedding, we’ve visited with old … More Big Sky to Big City
Before we embarked on this journey Kevin communicated the fact that he did not want to stay in any one place for more than one week. His reasoning was that after a week of sitting still there is an increased risk of porches being added to the RV, the wheels being replaced with blocks and us staying in that one spot … More The One Week Limit
If this RV doesn’t float then we may need to build an ark. It has been raining non-stop for 24 hours now in Columbia Falls, Montana. And not just raining, but pouring. We are hunkered down in a great spot at the Columbia Falls RV Park and are happy to not be on the road today … More Does This Thing Float?
When we posted on Day 1 we thought we might end up posting every day or multiple times a day because of all of the adventures we were having. What we discovered this weekend, however, is that we were too busy living the dream to take the time to write. Since we are both tied to our … More Livin’ the Dream in Idaho
Vaya Con Perros is on the road! Kevin’s dad took this picture as Kevin and the dogs left Lake Stevens, WA this morning to head south and pick Suzanne up at the airport. It’s not that Suzanne was trying to avoid the last-minute packing, it’s just that she had to make a quick overnight trip to Chicago … More Day 1: Wanapum State Park