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September 2016

We Won the Wave Lotto!

Kanab, UT "Little Hollywood" as our homebase... we got super lucky and won the Wave lotto which was about a 1 out of 15 chance (Asa... can you check our math!?).  We stayed at Crazy Horse RV Park which was walking distance from the... Continue Reading →


Bryce-tastic Anniversary Celebration

Ah, Bryce National Park, land of the hoodoos. We were lucky enough to send our two year anniversary in this NP which was unlike anything we had ever seen! A must hike is the eight mile Fairyland Trail. Another nice day can be... Continue Reading →

2016 Travel Map

Just kicked off our 2016 Travel Map - so you can follow our path more visually - it's on the menu bar now.

Capitol Reef (or Reefs as Dylan calls it because it is too beautiful to be singular)

Capitol Reef NP (located in between Moab and the popular Bryce and Zion NPs) quickly became a must experience for us. Less people, unbelievable views and homemade pies (available each morning at the Gifford House)! We somehow secured the LAST campsite at... Continue Reading →

Moab = Arches NP + Canyonlands NP!

Moab, UT was a great (but slightly touristy) town right outside of two stunning National Parks: Arches and Canyonlands (Island in the Sky). We stayed at (yes, another) RV Park as we found it quiet challenging to reserve spots inside of... Continue Reading →

Moab via Nevada

We decided to spend the Labor Day holiday traveling through a less crowded state... aka Nevada. We thought it would take us two days to drive through NV but instead decided to trust our GMC transmission and drive straight to Ely (mid eastern corner... Continue Reading →

Soaking In The Last Few Days in Cali

We had seven great years in California and topped it off with our last memories in Mammoth, CA. Staying at an RV campground pretty close to downtown we hiked, biked and tasted beers! Our first afternoon was spent biking up the Mammoth... Continue Reading →

Our First Time Dry Camping

Dry camping = pretty much camping with no electric/water/sewer connections = cheaper (yes!), typically more space and exposure to more wilderness = RV peacefulness! We stayed in Lone Pine Campground, $20/night and less than 10 min drive to Mt. Whitney hiking. Campsites... Continue Reading →

Towing our Trailer

We chose the Canyon because we liked its smaller size and its 7,000 lbs towing capacity. Coming from a two door hatchback the prospect of going to a full size truck seemed to far apart to grasp. TLDR: The 2016... Continue Reading →

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