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Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake has been on our list of must-sees for a long time but it has eluded us until now. We got the RV out of storage, packed up some clothes and the kittens then headed south for a long … Continue reading

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Rocky Mountain National Park

After visiting Boulder, CO and a great visit with some friends in Longmont, CO, we pressed on to Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. The town of Estes Park is an adorable town and very tourist friendly with lots of … Continue reading

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Madeline Island – Northern Wisconsin

Madeline Island is the largest of the 22 Apostle Islands off northern Wisconsin in Lake Superior. To reach the island we took a 20 minute ferry ride as pedestrian passengers and left the RV in Bayfield, WI. The island is … Continue reading

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“Up North” in Minnesota

“Up north” is a place where people go to escape. For both Minnesotans and Wisconsinites it means cabins, lakes, fishing, pine trees, campfires and finding a relaxing place to unwind. Last week we took the leisurely drive up the North … Continue reading

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Lake Havasu City, AZ

Last night we ventured off I-40 to go see the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, AZ. It’s the second biggest tourist attraction in Arizona, after that attention hogging Grand Canyon. We learned an oilman bought the bridge from the … Continue reading

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Lake Tahoe

When we first arrived in the Lake Tahoe area we were shocked to see snow on the trees. Clearly we hadn’t done enough weather research before jumping in the RV and heading to the lake for a long weekend. With … Continue reading

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