After my fast track to my Montana Homebase in May, I spent two months trying to figure out how COVID was going to play into my travels this year.
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Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would be confined to the Coach from a virus called COVID-19 while traveling on the road or anything for that matter, but that’s what I am experiencing the last few weeks, and maybe for the foreseeable future.
“Happy but hiding from the COVID-19 Virus” can summarize this very long past year. I celebrated when the fireworks went off marking the beginning of 2021. Happy new year and I hope it has started well for each of you. While I’ve stayed at a combination of National Forest, State Parks, and Thousand Trails campgrounds with a Casino thrown in the mix, I’ve been able to find a spot every night during the 2020 lockdowns in Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, and now Arizona.
Can it get any worse? Well probably. I am still waiting on my Thousand Trails membership upgrade to finalize and there are so many holes in my reservations for the Summer. But with all this, we move on knowing this year, like no other will be full of last-minute changes that are unsettling to me.
Thompson Falls is a good place to stop about 150 miles from my Home-Base. I’ve camped here a number of times in the past. This was also the first campground that Jagger and I had a brown bear visit our campsite.
I’m trying to stay organized while posting my blogs as I travel, so this is a work in progress. For reading the Retired Vagabond by state visit Catagories, click on the state title highlighted “red”. Individual posts of visits listed, click on the individual title highlighted red. Individual black titles […]