It took me some time to write this post, writers block. Maybe it was due to the subjects. I had been looking forward to seeing the pristine National Park named Glacier, but…
A discouraging view, according to Lewis and Clark. They were expecting to see the Pacific Ocean.
So far I am two for two. I have taken the Coach in for warranty work twice and both times I have been hung up, waiting for parts.
The warranty repairs consisted of the Utility support under the kitchen slide, the Lippert rear stabilizer pin that broke and the most important repair was the electric mode of the Dometic refrigerator.
A little precarious at times, not only from the rough road needing a high clearance vehicle, but a couple of very steep drop off’s if you miss a turn.
I mentioned in a previous post, that I would be looking back on previous adventures that I have not published yet. Now that I am at my Home Base in Montana, I can catch up a little bit.
I needed to make sure the Coach would fit the narrow driveway and approach to the site where it would park the next few weeks.
He looked like the proverbial “drowned rat”! I was somewhat shocked
When he got closer I could see it was a fish! Hmm, maybe he is bringing dinner?
I chose to travel Highway 28 most of the way North from Shelley, ID to North Fork, ID to avoid the Interstates and see some scenery, I was not disappointed. The traffic was almost non-existent, sometimes intervals of 10 minutes with no cars anywhere. A Difference Traveling Vast stretches of farmlands […]
I am in the process of securing everything inside and outside of the Coach, hitching up and moving down the road. Today I have a little over 200 miles to cover before I arrive at the next camp near Salmon, Idaho. I am looking forward to relaxing there for a week. […]
Yesterday we went for a hike in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Specifically a place named “Grotto Falls” on the Peteetneet Creek. After a short drive from our camp at Lake Utah, […]