RV Travel Archive

73 – NEW DEVELOPMENTS

To summarize, we covered about 5,400 miles in the RV, plus miles of day trips and exploring in the Blazer and other vehicles, traveled through fifteen

72 – GO WEST

We didn’t want to believe it, but we were almost home. There was a frantic last-minute effort to prolong the trip just a little bit longer,

68 – CROSSING THE TETONS

We had no idea we were getting into dangerous territory after we left Jackson until we saw a sign reading “No Trucks Over 60,000 Pounds Allowed.”

65 – GRAND CANYON OF THE YELLOWSTONE

There are so many spectacular viewing spots of the upper falls, the lower falls, and the canyon itself that that area of Yellowstone can command a

64 – WIN-WIN VACATION

Or is working vacation a better term? Either way, you get paid for working a certain number of hours and enjoying the pleasures of a vacation

59 – RELAXING IN COWBOY COUNTRY

Our campsite beside Buffalo Bill Reservoir was situated beautifully and, since it was a space for handicapped, it had a large easy-access concrete area with a

56 – THROUGH TEN SLEEP CANYON

Native Americans who traversed the Big Horn Basin reckoned time and space in “sleeps;” hence the name Ten Sleep for this midway point between Laramie and

54 – REFLECTIONS

As we began heading westward, knowing that we would be home in a few weeks, we took some time to reflect on all that we had

46 – FONDUE AND FIRST AID

After we returned to camp we rested a little before leaving for the much-publicized nightly Pitchfork Steak Fondue, a “must do” in Medora in the summer

43 – HISTORY IN MEDORA

Though it has become quite “touristy” by design, Medora remains a small, interesting town steeped in history. It was founded in 1883 by a 24-year-old French