Sep 172015

Yesterday we drove to the twin towns of Raymond and South Bend, Washington to play tourist. Though they are small towns, there is a tremendous amount of history in these friendly communities, and people who just drive through on US Highway 101 without stopping have no idea how much they are missing. From logging to […]

We Needed A Day Off

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 232013

We’ve been on the go a lot the last week or so, and even though playing tourist is fun, it can be hard work, too. We needed a day off and yesterday seemed like a good day to take one, so we did. I spent much of the day writing and got almost 2,000 words […]

A Long Short Trip

 Posted by at 4:14 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 142013

We left the Oceana RV Resort in Ocean City, Washington yesterday morning at 10:30 and set out on our 95 mile trip to the Long Beach Thousand Trails preserve. Though it was a relatively short distance as RV trips go, I knew it wasn’t going to be a fast one. And I was right. We […]

The Egg And I

 Posted by at 3:17 am  Nick's Blog
Jul 272013

Yesterday afternoon we took a ride to Sequim, about 25 miles west on U.S. Highway 101. Sequim is a nice town, a little bigger than Port Townsend, with a lot of small businesses that all seem to be doing well, and some of the big chain stores like Staples, a Super WalMart, and Costco. Along […]

Jul 242013

Since we had less than 40 miles to travel yesterday, we were in no hurry to get going. We got up about 9 a.m., checked e-mail and did the rest of our normal morning routine, and finally pulled out of the Bremerton Elks lodge about 11. Since we needed to stop at the Kitsap County […]

Jul 232013

Somebody sent me an e-mail the other day saying my blog is getting boring. He said he really doesn’t care where we ate dinner or about old cars or the people we meet. I replied that the fulltime RV lifestyle isn’t just about driving down the highway or pulling into a new campground every night. […]