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A weekend in the Columbia River Gorge

This past Memorial Day weekend we decided to get the RV out of storage and head to Ainsworth State Park in the Columbia River Gorge. They have a really nice RV park with full hookup sites spaced far apart but … Continue reading

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Canyonlands National Park

I’m just about to call uncle on all these beautiful landscapes we’ve seen in Colorado and Utah. I can’t take it in fast enough, there’s so much to see and it’s all so amazing. We’ve already extended our stay in … Continue reading

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Yosemite National Park

We were lucky to get a campsite in Yosemite with almost no advance planning. Spots are reserved months in advance and fill up early in the year. When I went to the reservation website I found only one spot available … Continue reading

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Descent from Glacier Point

The bus ride up to Glacier Point from Yosemite Valley takes an hour and a half. The driver tells us the history of the valley as we slowly leave it and go up the mountainside. He’s a good storyteller, the … Continue reading

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Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

We spent three nights in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. They’re like Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons, adjoining National Parks where you drive through one to visit the other. We first entered the parks from the south entrance, which … Continue reading

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Bryce Canyon National Park

After seeing Arches NP we turned the RV south to Bryce Canyon National Park. We found a nice campground close to the canyon and got ready for hiking the following day. We got up early to see the amphitheater in … Continue reading

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