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Olympic National Park – Hwy 101

We left Salt Creek Recreation Area with a sad good-by to good friends and a wonderful campground and headed south on US 101 through Olympic National Park not really knowing where we going to spend the night. All we knew is that once again it was time to head home and check the gardens. We […]

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Must have RV Refrigerator Fan

One of the first things we learned when beginning our RV lifestyle is that the refrigerators are different than a home residential refrigerator. We quickly learned that you must use a RV Refrigerator Fan. RV refrigerators are not as efficient as the one at home and they require a certain amount of care. One of […]

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Best Solar Camping Light

As we mentioned in an earlier post, we went to Montana to visit our son and his family last month. It was a great visit catching up with family news and playing with our grandchildren. While we were there, our son gave Dick and early birthday present. This was probably one of the most useful […]

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Columbia Gorge Bluegrass Festival

The Columbia Gorge Bluegrass Festival in Stevenson, WA is one our favorite festivals on the West Coast. The setting is beautiful on the Columbia River and they always have top notch bands from around the Northwest and also nationally known artists from the states that gave birth to bluegrass. The Columbia Gorge Bluegrass Festival is […]

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Tamolitch Pool Hike (The Blue Pool)

We have wanted to do the Tamolitch Pool hike for several years, but something always came up and we just didn’t do it. So this week we decided this was the hike for us. Unfortunately, we did not consider the fact that this was the first weekend since school let out for the summer nor […]

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Fall River Hike in Central Oregon

The Fall River hike in central Oregon is a lovely easy hike along a crystal, clear river that springs like magic out of the surrounding lava rocks. You can access the trail rail from several pull-out parking places along Forest Rd. 42 or from the Fall River Campground. The Fall River is a tributary of […]

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