Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Go West Little RV

We will be here in Florida for another month but it's time to start thinking about where to go next.  We've decided to start working our way west in order to be back in the Northwest for summer. 


Rob wants to have the RV back in Oregon where we purchased it to have any remaining warranty work done.  We have a couple of things on our list already.  

We love the weather and the beauty of the Pacific Northwest in the late summer so we want to enjoy that.  We'll also want to head over to Montana and Wyoming for some mountain views and fly fishing. 


We miss and want to spend time with my family who live in Washington.


We are planning on spending the Holidays at home this year.


AND we are expecting a new grandchild in October.  My daughter Christina and her husband Ryan are expecting their second little one and I wouldn't miss it for anything.


There are other things like medical visits and dental care that we need to take care of too.  

But all of that is a long way off and we have to start thinking about where our travels will take us next. We have decided to travel along the Gulf for the first leg of our journey west.  The west coast of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and on into Texas.  

After the gulf we'll head Northwest into New Mexico perhaps.  Rob and I have always wanted to go to New MexicoOne day we hope to attend the Taos hot air balloon rally but it probably won't be this year.    

One of the things we are really interested in is boondocking.  Boondocking is camping without hookups.  Not Walmart parking lot type camping but wilderness camping.  When we get back toward the Central and Western US there are a lot of places we can try our hand at boondocking. I'm sure there will be lengthy posts about learning the ins and outs of boondocking in our future.

Care to share your ideas about great places to visit and stay along the gulf coast? 

10 comments:

  1. One of the perks of being a full time RVer is that you can follow the weather you like all over the U.S. Always enjoy the ride.

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    1. Dizzy - we do love to be on the move. And, I'm sure you are better than new....just hope the truck is only as good as new.

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  2. Recommend Fort Pickens, just across from Pensacola. It's in a national seashore and the price is great with a senior pass!

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    1. Welcome Lynne,
      Fort Pickens looks beautiful and who doesn't like a great price on a campsite! Thanks so much for recommending it.

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  3. Might try freecampsites.net for budget friendly stopovers...

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    1. Thanks Cozygirl. How do you like your solar suitcase? We saw it on your blog and were curious.
      Juley

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    2. Casita still covered in snow and we haven't finished the battery set up. Soon we can give it try....excited to try it out!

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