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.   […]

Harris Beach State Park

This is our third time camping at Harris Beach State Park in Brookings. We love the area and it’s a great state park. Well maintained and plenty of hookups sites available with the summer crowds gone. Unfortunately this has been one of the wettest Octobers on record. Oh well. Praise the lord and pass the […]

Silver Falls State Park

Silver Falls State Park is a quick drive from Jaime’s family. The forecast called for a break in the rain so I drove over to take pictures of ther waterfalls and fall foliage. The rains had fired up the waterfalls but not knocked off the leaves yet. Great conditions. Cavern behind North Falls. Silver creek.

Belknap Springs

We moved down the road to Camp Yale at Belknap Springs to meet up with Jaime’s brother Jim and his wife Tami. The weather turned into a soggy Oregon mist but we still enjoyed our stay soaking in the hot spring fed pools. After Jim and Tami departed on Sunday, I put on my Gortex […]

Waldo Lake

I had been looking forward to getting back to Waldo Lake. My family has been coming here for years and it’s a very special place. The lake is in the Cascades¬†Mountains between Eugene and Bend. It’s kind of Oregon’s answer to Lake Tahoe but more remote and less visited. Motorized boats are banned so it’s […]