Every RV has a sunny windowsill if it is parked in the right direction. And on a sunny windowsill, you can grow your own little herb garden.
Archives for June 2004
What a great morning! We had a little fog over the Columbia, but the water was dead flat and fishing had been really hot. This was one of those rare April days when wind and rain wouldn’t be a factor. The fish in our sights was one of the finest that swims, the Columbia River spring chinook.
The 1999 Georgetown motorhome adoption papers are dated 2-5-04. B & B Auto Repair in Congress, Arizona, changed the original tires and engine battery, supplied four six-volt golf-cart house batteries to replace the two 12-volt batteries, and outfitted the Cavalier for towing. Mechanical, business, and personal “stuff” disappeared into George’s nooks and crannies. A visiting daughter and grandson from Virginia applied the backside traveling map. Thanks to a friend’s sign-making creativity, an incognito traveling rig it is not. He emblazoned “Silver Gypsy” on George’s front and back. A planned shakedown cruise vanished in the shuffle.
With gasoline prices surging, many RVers are looking for campgrounds that are not far away, yet provide a secluded setting. The following four campgrounds in the Puget Sound area are near population centers, but offer an abundance of recreational opportunities and scenic views.
The entire Oregon coast is renowned for its beauty, but the south coast is nothing short of spectacular, often making it feel like you are in the midst of a life-sized picture postcard.
Visitors to the Beaudry RV Resort and Rally Park in Tucson, Arizona, will find themselves near all sorts of attractions—casinos, golf courses, museums and theme parks. But they won’t need to leave the resort to find all the amenities for a relaxing vacation.