Discovering California Sea Otters

Have you ever found yourself in a conundrum about which direction to go? If you don’t already know about me, I’m a nature and wildlife photographer. I love photographing animals. Well, here’s my conundrum. My RV is parked about 2 … Read More

Hiking Fern Canyon: Redwood National and State Park

Visiting Fern Canyon in Redwood National and State Park is worth it! This scenery, made famous in a scene of Jurassic Park. is otherworldly. Imagine walking through a narrow canyon where the walls are completely covered by luxuriant ferns and mosses … Read More

Top 10 destinations after 6 months of fulltime RV life

After realizing 6 months have passed since we hit the road fulltime, I decided to sit down and go over all the amazing places we’ve visited. It has certainly been a whirlwind with lots of new parks, cities, and other … Read More

13 fun things to do in Antelope Valley California

I’ve noticed that travelers gravitate towards the National Parks and other well-known areas of the country. However, after traveling a not so normal route as an RVer, I figured out there are so many other awesome places to see! While … Read More

A visit to Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve

As you recently read, we stayed in a tiny town with nothing much to do in California. Well, I got to exploring on another day and realized I needed to visit the poppy reserve not far from our RV park. … Read More

Exploring Red Rock Canyon State Park

So we’re staying in this little rinky dink town in California with nothing to do. Why did we pick it? Well, it was cheap. It’s on our route north. We thought we could have a week of heads down work … Read More

A visit to Borrego Springs, CA and the Anza Borrego Desert State Park

  Are you looking for a neat sleepy town with lots of boondocking opportunities and hiking nearby? Look no further than Borrego Springs, California. The town sits in the middle of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. No matter which direction you … Read More