Oregon: Bandon, Bullard’s and Beaches

June 15, 2018

Oregon: Bandon, Bullard’s and Beaches Oregon — cool temperatures, green trees, rivers, beaches and the Pacific Ocean— couldn’t come soon enough after three hot, rough days traveling across Arizona and up California. Arriving at Bullard’s Beach State Park near Bandon Oregon, we were reminded how wonderful the Oregon State Parks System is.  The Perfect Camping Site […]

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Glacier National Park: Fire and Ice and Change

September 7, 2017

I will be the first to admit that things change. But, I was not prepared for the changes I would experience during our recent visit to Glacier National Park. It had been 50 years, since I last visited.  It was the summer of 1967, and I was traveling the western United States with my parents […]

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The Peninsula, Problems and Pulled Over

August 24, 2017

Happiness is not the absence of problems, it’s the ability to deal with them.  ― Steve Maraboli, Tim and I reserved ten days in August to discover and explore the Olympic Peninsula. The Peninsula contains many of the last unexplored places in the contiguous United States. We found the Peninsula to be amazing and, for […]

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Laughter and Other Endearing Qualities

August 9, 2017

Deborah and I continue to talk about being together 24/7 and living in a small space. It seems that everything has become ‘we’.  The highs lift us, the lows confront us, and the laughter creates magical rides. Day Tripper We are throughly enjoying traveling and moving BAM about 100-miles at a time and spending 3-4 days taking daily explorations in our Jeep. […]

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Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

June 30, 2017

Just about the time you think your work is done, you become grandparents.  Tim’s ability to maneuver the 56 feet of BAM and our towed Jeep on busy freeways and city traffic, has become more skilled and confident.  Nonetheless, Seattle traffic comes with gridlock and traffic jams, and is a challenge for even the most […]

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