RVing has offered us so many events and experiences that have enriched our lives. I have an official bucket list. Many people have an unofficial bucket list; one where you have places or events you want to enjoy but haven’t formalized a list. Whether it’s a formal list or not, we all have places we would love to visit.
RVing puts people in such close areas to bucket list locations I felt that I needed to pay tribute to Bucket List Locations or Experiences that were worth passing on. I’ll be doing a Bucket List series of incredible places and the 17 Mile Drive seemed like a great place to start. Read More
The Mavericks is one of the most famous surf spots in the world. Due to a unique ocean bottom and just the right conditions; it creates over 80 ft waves! There have been a few movies about The Mavericks but the coolest thing about this area is the annual big wave surfing event. It’s invite only and the biggest names in Big Wave Surfing fly in to compete. Read More
We got into Moab, Utah just before sunset. It’s one of the coolest adventure towns I’ve ever seen. Arches National Park is just a few miles north of town. There are a lot of outfitters who provide 4 wheelers and mountain biking. The town was bustling with outdoors people. We went to the Moab Diner. It was busy with bikers, hikers and adventurists. The service was excellent and the food was even better! Read More
One of the few states I haven’t been to yet is Colorado. I had high expectations and the beauty of this state didn’t let me down. We stayed the night in Denver. i70 goes through some extremely scenic areas just after Denver. It continues to be scenic following the Colorado River until you leave the state. The pic below was a scenic rest stop at Georgetown Lake just off the i70. You can’t tell from the picture but the freeway lines this lake on the left side behind the yellow trees. This was our view from the spot where we parked our car. Read More
We loved our time on the east coast with Danielle’s family. Now it was time to zip back across America to get back to our RV in Cali and continue the RV Life.
“The journey is my home.”
Harpers Ferry West Virginia is a beautiful historic town where the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers meet. It’s a busy tourist town with a population of only 286 people. This area is a huge outdoor recreation destination. Popular activities are camping, white water rafting, fishing, mountain biking, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking and rock climbing. Read More