Rolling into Spring- Northwest Washington

Port Townsend, Washington, USA

We left Sekiu the morning of March 25th for our home stretch. Home being Bellingham, where our sailboat was stored “on the hard”, waiting for some TLC before going back in the water. We opted for the Highway 113 route … Continue reading

Washington- Around the Olympic Peninsula

Washington, USA

We arrived back in our home state of Washington via the Astoria Bridge. Since John and I have both spent a bit of time in Astoria and Longbeach, we moved along to our next campsite about 100 miles farther up … Continue reading

Oregon Coast… Lincoln City to Astoria

Oregon, USA

Our next campsite was free! Several months ago we joined a group called Harvest Host, which connects RVer’s with locations across the country that allow a free night’s stay. Places like wineries, dairies, museums, golf clubs, restaurants and boutiques. In … Continue reading

Onward up the Oregon Coast… Florence to Newport

In my last post I shared our visits to Sweet Creek Falls Trail and Neptune Scenic Viewpoint. While flying the drone over Thor’s Well we got chatting with a couple who recently moved to the area, and discovered in the … Continue reading

Reedsport Oregon and The Beauty That Surrounds

Yachats, Oregon, USA

I sure wish there was a way to stay truer to our timeline with my writings here, but our desire to stay as close to nature as possible, and our thirst for experiencing said nature as much as possible, makes … Continue reading

California Coast from Monterey to Big Sur

California, USA

After our very soggy stay in Morro Bay we continued our trek up to Monterey. Knowing we’d be covering Highway 1 in Zippy (tow car), we opted to take The Beast around via Hwy 101… for a few reasons. Although … Continue reading

Up the Coast… Santa Barbara and Morro Bay

Morro Bay, California, USA

The morning after our visit to the Channel Islands, we headed for my old stompin’ grounds… Santa Barbara! I lived in this beautiful town for nearly four years in the early 1980s. While there I studied and got my degree … Continue reading

Over the Border to Puerto Peñasco

Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, Mexico

While I was traveling solo, I toyed with crossing the border into Mexico. I never actually went because there were too many “unknowns” for me to feel safe in doing so. (Solo woman… nice motorhome… might I be easy prey?) … Continue reading

Nature’s Beauty Surrounding Page Arizona

After a week in Kanab, we pulled stakes (slides in, jacks up ?) and headed east to Page Arizona. I traveled here in my solo years in route to Zion National Park. Some of you may recall my very first … Continue reading

Sailing the Canadian Islands

After farewells and good wishes to the rest of our Princess Louisa flotilla, we turned toward Desolation Sound roughly 50 nautical miles to the north, pretty much requiring a stop along the way. The west facing harbour of Lund was … Continue reading