“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.
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.
It’s a crisp morning and the skies seem to be clearing from last nights rain. While enjoying my morning cup of coffee, I find myself in my recliner once again, […]
The Coach’s tires are off the gravel road. Since it’s a drop of fifty feet or more down to river level, I’m sweating bullets. The semi truck’s tires actually rub the mountain on the other side
As we are getting ready to leave the clouds are moving in. According to the weather service it’s supposed to rain here this afternoon.
The plan today is to drive to Driggs, Idaho from our camp at Falls Campground. I was expecting to see the Grand Tetons from the western side and call it a […]
Today we move to Idaho Jagger. We have to keep this buggy moving to meet our date for camping with the family in Arizona and we have friends and places […]
We woke early the morning of September 7th to partial clouds. Jagger I started the day by going for our morning walk, usually not more than a mile or so. The weather was looking somewhat unpredictable, but still a beautiful morning.
I wake up in Island Park, Idaho at a great RV park with room for Jagger to run close by at Lake Henry BLM area and the Sawtelle National forest, right across the street. This morning we are lounging around, recuperating from the drive here yesterday and the setup of our camp. […]
With the coach all hitched to the workhorse, Jagger and I say good-bye to Bannack Ghost Town and head South-East to Island Park, Idaho
Our Hostess, Shirley, at Waggonhammer Campground told me about a Cafe-Store up the North Fork of the Salmon River. The road starts out as North Fork (also labeled NF30). The Cafe-Store history […]
He looked like the proverbial “drowned rat”! I was somewhat shocked