Month: July 2018

Howard Miller Steelhead Park

Our campsite Howard Miller Steelhead Rockport Washington

After Jim Creek, we moved further north, Howard Miller Steelhead Park which is closer to Bellingham and stayed at the Skagit River. We are near Rockport State Park, right on the Skagit River, downtown in the tiny town of Rockport, Washington (population 109). This is close enough to visit Bellingham and far enough away, to …

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Tacoma / Mount Rainier

Myrtle Falls and Mount Rainier from the Paradise Area

We are moving north again, this time to Tacoma and Mount Rainier. Mt. Saint Helen’s was awesome. From Tacoma, you can see Mount Rainier from anywhere you can see the skyline to the southeast. It is huge and stands alone. On a clear day, you can see it from one hundred miles. Tami took this …

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Mount Saint Helens

Coldwater Lake, near Mount Saint Helens, Washington

We have a new state to add to our travels. So far we have stayed in nine different states. I can’t say we have covered nine states, but we have stayed multiple nights in every state on the list. Washington is going to be a treat but the first stop was for maintenance. Mount Saint …

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Vernonia Oregon

Logs on Mill Pond and Saw Mill, Historic Photo, Vernonia, Oregon

It is the July 4th holiday and we are camping in a city park. It is very nice here and super convenient. Until I started RVing, I would have never considered camping in a city park in Vernonia Oregon. It just depends on where you are. Logging Town Vernonia, Oregon is a logging town. There …

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Northwest Oregon

Columbia River Gorge east of Portland, Oregon

We are loving our time in northwest Oregon. Our route took us from Lincoln City on the Coast to McMinnville and then to the dense forest. The forest is about an hour east of Portland. From there we moved to LL Stub Stewart State Park which is about an hour (in our RV) northwest of …

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