Top photo — The Wild and Scenic Crooked River.
Top photo — Found a site with with plenty of sun for the solar panels, and shade for relaxing.
Top photo — The scenic view we enjoyed of Mt. Jefferson from our overnight spot at Mecca Grade Malt.
This was our first campsite in the new trailer. We drove a whomping 9.5 mile from the towing company where our trailer was off-loaded from an 18 wheel flatbed truck. We had a fun evening checking out everything in the trailer.
On March 26, our Escape was loaded on a flatbed 18 wheeler in Chilliwack, British Columbia, for delivery the following week in Eugene.
It's starting to get real. We were quite excited to receive our first set of construction photos from Escape Travel Trailers.
The above photo was shot near Todd Lake on a day outing just before Cascade Lake Highway's closing for the winter.
Have Less. Do More. Be More.
Photo taken in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.
Here's a tribute to Ed, our dependable coach, which we choose to name after Robt's uncle Ed. Living in an RV requires that everything you bring along has its storage place and when not in use, it must be in its pro...
We first published this post on February 6, 2014, and then updated it in July 2017. As things have evolved and new apps were developed, we decided that it was time to refresh.
This update includes most of the apps we rely on when traveling and for trip planning. Since we have iOS devices, these a...
This year has been quite trying for everyone, but still, we managed to travel on a limited basis in our coach. We're looking forward to a much improved 2021. Sending our holiday wishes to friends and family!
~ Rob't & Diana
Above photo — Escape 5.0TA (borrowed photo.)
There are changes on the horizon! After many conversations, we decided that it is time for us to downsize from our current coach.
Top photo: Fog & logs on a chilly, windy beach visit.