Discovering California Sea Otters

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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

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  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