As much fun as we have living the RV dream, there’s the occasional conversation that usually begins: “What would you think about becoming boaters?”
“Did you remember to wash the sheets?”
One of the many joys of camp hosting at Spencer Spit State Park is that we can easily island-hop among the San Juans.
Driving into the lovely campground at Spencer Spit State Park on Lopez Island felt a little bit like coming home.
One of the nicest gifts of spring is when the snow melts in the Cascades, opening one of the most beautiful cross-state highways in Washington.
Like Willie Nelson, we couldn’t wait to get on the road again.
We’re committed to the RV lifestyle, but we still love hotels, especially in varied getaways, from Maui to West Seattle.
If you’re itching for the perfect spring RV getaway that takes in some of the best of the Washington and Oregon coasts, we have just the road trip for you.
It takes a few years to know who you really are in the RV world.
One is the loneliest number, especially when it comes to making dinner.
Don’t you just long to get home after an extended trip?
If you walk along the rim of the Grand Canyon, all sorts of emotions pop up.
We are confirmed Washingtonians, but we have several favorite places we like to think of as “home” scattered around the West.
Watching Seattle Mariners pitcher Logan Gilbert warm up in the bullpen, the scene seemed so wonderfully familiar.
There’s a popular pastime on social media that goes like this: You post pics of “how it started” and then “how’s it going.”
We’ve come a long way in five years since we first attended the Seattle RV Show.
Around the RV park in the sunny southwest, we see a lot of people -- ourselves included -- who fall into categories or “types.”
This winter, we decided to try an experiment.
While John’s been getting some much-appreciated time on the ski slopes, Leslie’s been soaking up the sun in SoCal.
All we can say is, thank goodness for Tom Hanks.