Tag Archives: PNW

05Jun/19

Campground Review | Birch Bay Thousand Trails | Washington

“Nice park close to the Canadian border” Campground Review Birch Bay RV Campground, Thousand Trails – Nice park close to the Canadian border and Bellingham, Washington. Bellingham is a nice city with everything you need. We enjoyed our one week stay at Birch Bay. This Thousand Trails park has large sites and 2 loops. One loop is more shade and the other is pretty much out in the open. It was nice to have sunshineRead More…

24May/19

Journey to Alaska Episode 07 – Peace Arch & Preparing to Cross the Border

Journey to Alaska Episode 07 Join us in this episode, “Our 2019 Journey to Alaska Episode 07”, where we visit Peace Arch Park in Blaine, WA and prepare to cross the border into Canada. We’ve journeyed a couple of months and just over 2,000 miles to get to this point but our journey to Alaska is really just beginning. You can also follow our journey on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook Journey to Alaska Episode 07 – PeaceRead More…

17May/19

Journey to Alaska Episode 06 – Orcas Island Ferry Ride, Washington

Journey to Alaska Episode 06 Join us in this episode, “Our 2019 Journey to Alaska Episode 06”, where we travel from Nehalem Bay State Park in Oregon to La Conner Washington. We spent Mother’s Day on Orcas Island and had a blast. You can also follow our journey on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook Day Tripping to Orcas Island Washington Mothers day was pretty awesome this year. We rode a ferry from Anacortes, WA to Orcas Island forRead More…

19Mar/19

Our 2 Year Nomadiversary!

Our 2 Year Nomadiversary! Two years ago we set out on a new adventure, living in our RV fulltime. We sold our home, the one we thought was our forever home, and sold almost everything else you can’t take on the road with you.    That day was full of emotion as we pulled away from our home of 22 years, one daughter and our friends. Yeah, it was little scary, exciting and probably aRead More…

28Jan/19

Top 4 Oregon Coast Attractions – Summer 2018

Top 4 Oregon Coast Attractions About this Episode: Join us in this video as we take you back in time a few months to our summer visit to the Oregon Coast. With so many beautiful features the Oregon Coast is one of our favorite places. It’s really hard to pick just a few of the areas to share with you but we think that these 4 should be at the top of your Oregon coastRead 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…

27Jul/18

Oregon Sand Dunes! 40 Miles of Fun for Everyone!

Oregon Sand Dunes! 40 miles of Fun for Everyone! The Oregon Dunes; wind-sculpted sand dunes which tower 500 feet above sea level, therefore, providing numerous recreational opportunities. Opportunities include sand boarding, all-terrain vehicles, and horses. Vacant Pacific Ocean beaches and family fun are enjoyed at this Northwest location. Because the Oregon dunes stretch 40 miles along the Oregon coastline they provide year-round outdoor fun! From Heceta Head, north of Florence, to Cape Arago, just south of CoosRead More…

29Jun/18

8 Random Facts – Deception Pass Bridge, WA

Deception Pass Bridge is the common name for two, two-lane bridges on Washington State Route 20 connecting Whidbey Island to Fidalgo Island in the U.S. state of Washington. 8 Random Facts – Deception Pass Bridge, WA Height from water to roadway: about 180 feet, depending on the tide Roadway: two 11-foot lanes, one in each direction Sidewalks: 3-foot sidewalk on each side The width of the bridge deck: 28 feet Total length: 1487 feet (more than a quarter mile) Canoe Pass: one 350-ft arch andRead 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…