Posted on November 9th, 2016
After leaving beautiful Alabama Hills we traveled north on 395 past Mammoth Lakes to Hartley Spring Campground just south of the June Lake turnoff. This little hidden gem is a bit of challenge to get to. The road in is dirt and the last bit when you turn off dirt road coming in is bumpy and curvy. We made it in our 35’RV and there were a couple of large trailers that had also made it in. Once in you are well rewarded, very few campers and the 8000 foot elevation gave us much needed cool weather after the desert. There are no hookup, dry camping and so so beautiful .
- Posted on October 31st, 2016
Posted on October 5th, 2016
Over the boarder heading to Crescent City to visit our dear friends Chuck and Linda
Posted on October 3rd, 2016
Charleston is just south of Coos Bay Oregon, we stayed in the RV park right in the Marina. The campground itself is not very scenic but if you like fish this is a great spot. We bought fresh tuna right off the fishing boats, and were graciously given Dungeness Crab from a fellow RVer who couldn’t fit any more in their freezer. Lots of room to walk the dogs but no good off leash areas.
Posted on September 27th, 2016
Alabama Hills is just off the 395 on the way to Bishop CA. BLM land at its best, free but dry camping. Fabulous views of Mt. Whitney. The road is off the road to Mt Whitney portal, it is dirt but doable in our 35′ rig. Stop at the visitor center as you enter Lone Pine which is on your right coming from the south, they can give you information on Alabama Hills. Definitely dog friendly we let our dogs run off leash, we only saw about 5 cars go by each day we were there. The bad part, it is HOT in the summer suggest this spot in the winter. We were there in July and the days were spent in the RV with AC on, the mornings and evenings were heavenly.
Posted on September 26th, 2016
We embarked on a two month journey from San Diego to Jasper Canada and back. I have named it 35 FEET, 8 PAWS, and TWO OLD FARTS. Follow as we all adapt to life on the road. Looking for dog friendly RV parks, hikes, and, restaurants along the way.