Jordanellle State Park - Park City, Utah

Park City & Jordanelle State Park

A quick note on the format of this post. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what I want this space to be. After five plus years of blogging, I find myself less and less motivated to write. Every blog post … Continued

Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah

Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah

Our search for clearer, cooler weather brought us south to Salt Lake City and then east up into Big Cottonwood Canyon. There are two canyons in the Wasatch range east of the city. Big Cottonwood is the wider, longer canyon … Continued

Boise, Idaho

Biking, Beer & More Biking in Boise

A trip to Idaho’s capital city had been on our minds all summer. After reading multiple blog posts and seeing Instagram photos from so many of our RVing friends it looked like a place we would enjoy. The problem with … Continued

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Saddleback Lake - Stanley, Idaho

Exploring the Sawtooth Mountains

After a year on the crowded, reservations required, eastern side of the country, we set out to make this the summer of no plans. Other than a gathering for the eclipse in Stanley, Idaho, we had no obligations or commitments. … Continued

Stanley, Idaho Eclipse

Idaho Eclipse O-Rama

We just finished up a nearly 3-week long eclipse gathering with a group of fellow full-timers in Stanley, Idaho. At its peak, the group swelled to 16 RVs, 1 tent, 27 people, 19 dogs, 2 cats…and 1 bird. Thanks to … Continued

Pioneer Cabin Trail, Idaho

Ketchum & Sun Valley, Idaho

Idaho is one of those states that has somehow managed to fly mostly under the radar. Unlike some of the more popular western states like Colorado or Oregon, it is still possible to find areas of Idaho that are relatively under … Continued

Craters of the Moon National Monument

Lava & Ice at Craters of the Moon

I’ve decided one of the reasons I’m drawn to western states is because of the incredible geologic diversity you can see simply by driving a few hours. I suppose part of it has to do with the large size of … Continued

Teton Canyon Road

Teton Canyon Boondocking

For the next stop on our Idaho summer tour, we went east into Wyoming. Wait…what? Let me explain. From our previous spot on the Idaho/Wyoming border, we wanted to head west to explore more of the state, but a pesky … Continued