La Conner

La Conner was one of our favorite Thousand Trails from last year. We had decided to head south to Moab but made a little detour to get up here to soak in a little early fall sun. The first few days did not disappoint. We hiked the rocky beaches, paddled our boards, and enjoyed the […]

YouTube Channel

We’ve added a new Away We Winnebago YouTube channel.  We aren’t planning on Vlogging but will be posting short videos on the places we visit. Please check it out if you are bored. Here’s the first video on the awesome waterfalls of McDowell Creek here in Oregon:

Back to Pac City

The heat wave and smoke continued into September so we decided to make a break for the coast. We first booked Thousand Trails South Jetty but decided to go back to Pacific City after Kirk and Anya told us about some recent thefts at South Jetty. The beach here is a Crosby favorite and just […]

The Eclipse

Besides a trip up to Olympic National Park, this summer has been about hanging out with family in Oregon and the main event – the full eclipse on August 21. We stayed twice at the Bend-Sunriver Thousand Trails and got to meet up with RV friends who were also in Oregon for the eclipse.   […]

Olympic National Park

From Pacific City, we headed up the coast to Ocean Shores, Washington. We passed through some epic scenery but didn’t stop as Google told us we had at least a five hour drive. The Washington portion of Highway 101 was especially curvy and bouncy. We have learned to be wary of opening cabinets after a […]

The Oregon Trail

From Zion we started our migration back to Oregon. We stayed in our first Walmart Parking lot outside of Ceder City. We had planned to stay in a great National Forrest area but the weather was pretty chilly so we opted for the Walmart which turned out to be fine. We would definitely come back […]

The Subway at Zion

On our last full day camping outside of Zion National Park, I was lucky to score a last minute permit to hike the amazing Subway. I did the non-technical bottom up route. The top down route requires repelling. The hike is only 9 miles but is definitely challenging as you have to cross back and […]

Virgin Dam Boondocking

From Lake Powell we drove a couple hours north to a boondocking spot close to Zion National Park by the Virgin River dam. Jaime questioned my sanity for taking the Bago down a slightly sketchy looking rutted dirt road to the edge of a canyon and refused to even look as I drove. We scouted […]

Lake Powell

After getting smoked out of our Grand Canyon boondocking spot, we headed North to Lake Powell. We had stayed a night in Page, AZ in 2009 on our Tango Trailer tour but hadn’t really explored the area. This time we camped at Lone Rock just across the Utah border. The Park Service lets you camp […]