Author: Traveler

  • Horsetooth Reservoir County Park

    Horsetooth Reservoir County Park

    Fort Collins, CO Website: Overview: This is a fantastic county park near Fort Collins. We moved here from the KOA in Fort Collins because it was much more affordable. It is right on Horsetooth Reservoir with amazing views and all that the lake offers (boating, fishing, etc.). The camp hosts were awesome and helped…

  • KOA Fort Collins/Lakeside

    KOA Fort Collins/Lakeside

    Fort Collins, CO Website: Overview: This is a very nice KOA near Fort Collins, Colorado. It is one of the nicest KOA’s that we have ‘kamped’ in. The sites are all nice, however if the park is full there is minimal privacy. The lake is beautiful and the amenities are top notch. The management…

  • Colorado!


    Fort Collins, Colorado May 19- June 5, 2015 We love the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado! The area from Boulder to Fort Collins is definitely a place we could call home. Amazing beauty, wildlife, abundant outdoor activities, breweries, hip downtowns, access to all the amenities that Denver offers, and did I mention breweries…

  • A Pictorial Summer Summary

    A Pictorial Summer Summary

    September 30, 2015 So we have been in a bit of a blogging funk. We have so much to share; yet we rarely find the time to do so. There is just so much world to explore, food to devour, drinks to share, and we, especially I, have a serious case of FOMO (fear of…

  • Arching our way through Desert Views.

    Arching our way through Desert Views.

    Moab, Utah April 21- May 4, 2015 Moab, Utah is a cool place. Well, it is actually a very hot place because it is in the desert and it contains Uranium mines that are now environmental remediation sites (Moab UMTRA Project), but that is not the point here just don’t drink the water. This hip…

  • A.C.T. Campground

    A.C.T. Campground

    Moab, UT Website: Overview: This is a brand new RV park in Moab. It opened just 3 weeks prior to our arrival. We were very thankful though, as all other RV parks in the area were fully booked due to the annual Moab Car Show. Due to its newness we did have some trouble…

  • Slot Canyons, Sculpted Gorges, Sacred Bridges, and Soaring Cliffs

    Slot Canyons, Sculpted Gorges, Sacred Bridges, and Soaring Cliffs

    Page, AZ April 14-21, 2015 Page, Arizona is a very small town with lots of natural beauty surrounding it. We were drawn here by one of the world’s most photographed sites, Antelope Canyon. This canyon has been on our must do list for quite some time so we decided it was time! Upon our arrival…

  • Page Lake Powell Campground

    Page Lake Powell Campground

    Page, AZ Website: Overview: This is a campground located in the city of Page. It is a great location for exploring all the wonderful geology/history in this section of Arizona and southern Utah. Campsites: Full (30/50 amp, water, sewer, cable) and partial hook-ups (30 amp, water) are available. Each site is a fairly level…

  • The day we delightfully backed in next to the Devil

    The day we delightfully backed in next to the Devil

    Ok, Ok, we will let you in on the secrets of Las Vegas. Our main reason for returning to Sin City was to repair our RV. Remember, when we hit that deer last fall in Oregon? Well, it was finally time to fix Atreyu’s grill. He was complaining that people were judging him for his lack…

  • Sin City.

    Sin City.

    Las Vegas, NV March 10-27, 2015 So we spent two weeks in Las Vegas. You know what they say right? What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. End of post.