Cactus Touring: Anza Borrego, Yuma, Organ Pipe, and Quartzite, Arizona

After a change in previous plans, we had to figure out where to spend the month of January, and ended up flocking to all the popular spots for full-time RVers (“snowbirds”) that spend their winter in these warm southern areas. CALIFORNIA:  Joshua Tree Joshua Tree National Park and the BLM land at its south entrance is a mecca for RVers […]

Quarantine vs RV Life

This quarantine has been weird for everyone. I think that a lot of people are going to come away from this pretty scarred and scared of social interactions, and maybe even with weakened immune systems from sitting at home for two months. Quarantine for us hasn’t really been that different. We’ve been living in a box now for a year [...]

October/November: Crater Lake and Cerro Gordo

After Canada, we made the drive back to LA for a few jobs. It worked out extremely well that we weren’t as busy with jobs during August and September when we had several friends visit and spent two weeks in British Columbia. But after all that play time up north, we were bound to get called back to LA for […]

British Columbia

We crossed the border into Canada and headed into Vancouver, even though it was completely pouring the entire time. Since we had done a lot of hiking lately (during our week in Glacier), Blake had an extensive list of places he wanted to check out for dirt biking across BC. Unfortunately, since it rained for two weeks straight, we didn’t […]

Seattle and San Juan Islands

After Glacier, since we were already so far north, we had to visit our friends in Seattle. I gave Mary and Danny about a years notice that we’d be visiting them at some point along our journey. I guessed that we would be visiting them in April or May, so I was only about 4 months off. They live in […]

NEW CAMPER!

The process of switching to the new camper was a much longer process than we expected and we ended up staying in Denver for about 2 and a half months (also due to staying pretty busy with work during those months). We spent the next week taking everything out of the old camper, (storing most of it on Clinton’s lawn […]