As we looked back on this summer’s travels, we noticed that it has a pervasive theme: wilderness. We certainly managed to get into some of the most astounding places in the USA in terms of wildlife. Picking a favorite is impossible and this has inspired us to begin our list of the best National Parks. However, “best” is such a vague term that it has to be broken down into pieces. Continue reading
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Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons National Parks are set one right south of the other but the feel is very different between them. The Grand Tetons’ area is only about a seventh of what Yellowstone covers; however, it receives almost the same number of visitors that Yellowstone receives on any given day and although the Grand Tetons is also a civilized park with roads, gas stations and lodges; overall it feels much quieter. Continue reading
We have very mixed feelings about Yellowstone: we loved it…but we didn’t like it too much.
We spent the best part of the day at ABC Motorhomes trying to get our RV exchanged. The furnace wasn’t igniting properly and in fact the propane was leaking, so they exchanged the unit for a similar one. It was also 21 feet but didn’t have a pop-out (meaning the dining area didn’t extend) so it felt smaller and we were all a bit disappointed but it was good enough for what we needed. Continue reading