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...
Top photo: View from the path to the beach just before sunset.
Above Photo: Path to the beach from the campground as it goes under Highway 101.
Above Photo: Dunes as seen from a trail just outside the campground.
Alabama Hills has been on our Bucket List for some time. We scored a scenic (but perhaps not that level) site just off Movie Road. Over 400 movies have been filmed in this area.
We found a gem for our first stop of this trip. A very scenic & well cared for BLM campground located near both the Steens Mountain & Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Top photo: Old Mill District on the Deschutes River.
"Home again... Chilling in Bend. Of all the places we've been, it always feels like coming home when we pull into Bend!"
Update: This post was first published on August 15th, when we arrived in Bend for our summer visit. We returned on November 1st for the winter.
A glimpse of the historic Coquille Lighthouse behind piles of driftwood on the beach.