Category Archives: Stories from Our Travels

13Nov/18

NomadFest 2018 – RV Nomads Movie Premier

NomadFest 2018 – RV Nomads Movie Premier We had a fabulous time at Nomad Fest 2018 and met so many amazing people and fellow nomads. We are super excited about Nomad Fest 2019 and look forward to meeting more friends and creating some amazing memories next year in Wellington, Texas.   The Cast & Crew Our hats off to the cast and crew for the spectacular movie depicting the RV Nomad life and for hostingRead More…

11Nov/18

Olympic National Park & Cape Flattery, Washington

Olympic National Park & Cape Flattery two places you mustn’t miss when you visit the pacific northwest! There are so many things to do that just one week wasn’t enough! Check out our newest video below! Olympic National Park Olympic National Park is one of the largest national parks covering nearly 1 million acres. The park boasts old growth temperate rain forests, snow-covered mountain ranges, and miles of untouched coastline. We decided this trip weRead More…

06Nov/18

Deceptions Pass, Washington

Check out our latest YouTube video and remember to like, share and subscribe and leave us a comment. We love hearing from you guys. Deceptions Pass, Washington While visiting La Conner, WA during the summer of 2018 we took a day trip over and across Deception Pass at Whidbey Island, WA. The views, water, and bridges are simply beautiful. A must visit for any photographer or aspiring videographers like ourselves. Deception Pass Bridge is the commonRead More…

02Nov/18

Great Sand Dunes National Park – 10 Interesting Facts!

Great Sand Dunes National Park The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is located in southern Colorado. It’s known for huge dunes like the towering Star Dune. This 30-square-mile dune field in the San Luis Valley is home to the tallest sand dunes at 750 feet tall, the tallest in North America. Natural forces, swirling winds, and flowing streams have all played vital roles in making the sand dunes. Winds often top 40 milesRead More…

23Oct/18

6 Random Facts about the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta 

6 Random Facts about the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta The Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta went from a small gathering of 13 balloons in 1972. The Balloon Fiesta has grown to become the largest balloon events in the world. It is held each year during the first week in October, the Balloon Fiesta now attracts almost 600 balloons and 1000 pilots. The Balloon Fiesta is the most photographed event on the planet. April 8, 1972, First Event Date The AlbuquerqueRead More…

11Sep/18
Do Full-Time RVers take Vacations?

Do Full-Time RVers take Vacations?

Do Full-Time RVers take Vacations? YES we do take Vacations! This year’s vacation had to be awesome, I mean we RV full-time so to call it a vacation it had to be over the top. We spent this year’s, 2 week, vacation at 2 National Parks in Washington state and Vancouver Island, Canada. Plus, we stayed in a National Park campground for the first time and voyaged our entire home on a ferry! Turns out,Read More…

19Jul/18
North Cascades National Park

Our Visit to North Cascades National Park, Washington

Our Love of National Parks Continues.. Our Love for National Parks continues to be our focus this summer. They are amazing places to visit with so much history and so much to explore. The beauty of these parks is worth the hordes of people that are wanting to see the very same beauty you’re there to see. The drives to get there, the changes in weather you endure are all worth it!  When you comeRead More…

28Jun/18

Seattle – Coffee, Public Transportation, Seafood – Oh My!

Pikes Place Market was on our list of must do’s when in Seattle for the week, it is a day trip if you are staying outside the city. We actually stayed 12 miles away at Vasa Park Resort in Bellevue and took the bus into the city to save our sanity trying to park the Beast (aka our Ford F350 Dually). We did drive into town one afternoon, early on in the week, but navigatingRead More…

20Jun/18
Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier National Park-Chasing Waterfalls

Mount Rainier is the highest mountain of the Cascade Range. Check out our video on our visit to North Cascades national Park below.   This 14,410-foot-tall active volcano is truly an amazing sight if you catch it on a clear day. Sunrise Visitor’s Center is the highest point you can attain by car. Mount Rainier is a beautiful park in the National Park System, our 21st park out of 59!  While some roads were still closedRead More…

13Jun/18

Ecola State Park, Crescent and Cannon Beaches in Oregon

Oregon is an amazingly beautiful place to visit. Another amazing adventure was our day trip to Ecola State Park, Cannon Beach, and Crescent Beach from our base camp at LL Stub Stewart State Park, about an hour away from the Oregon coast. We stumbled upon the Crescent Beach Trail inside Ecola State Park and hiked it down to Crescent Beach, it was AMAZING. It blew us away! Wow! The 2 miles out and back trail took us about an hourRead More…