Jeena’s final words: Well, we did it. After years of talking about it, we finally did it and now it’s over. It was so much fun and...
We left New Orleans with heads a hurtin and took a long drive straight through Mississippi and Alabama.
After Kansas City, we headed to Shreveport for a stopover. We stayed there 2 nights in a KOA. It was ok. We weren’t expecting anything fancy, just...
We are in the final stretch of our trip. Only 2 weeks left so we are blowin through some states to make it home.
After Utah, we headed to Golden, CO! What we weren’t expecting was very cold weather that included snow.
Jeena and Shane are two super peeps who were going nowhere. They lived in the same house in Raleigh for the past 11 years, feeding stray cats by day and watching Pretty Little Liars by night. With no real adventure filled markers to denote time in their lives they decided to hit the road in an RV for 4 months! Follow them for adventure updates and to see when they will be near you!
Our half way point between Portland and SanFrancisco was Crater Lake National Park. We parked in a tiny town called Gold Hill, rented a car and drove up for a day of sightseeing and hiking. For those that don’t know, Crater Lake formed when Mount Mazama blew its top, and the caldera filled with rainwater and snow melt. It is the deepest lake in the Untied States (1,949 ft deep) and one of the clearest lakes in the world. Read More
After we came down off our Aerosmith/Slash high, we landed in Portland. We stayed in a weird park. They didn’t allow any motorhomes older than 10 years old and the place just had an eerie vibe. Read More
While in Anacortes, I got an email from a friend/client (who happens to be a guitar tech for Aerosmith). He asked if we were in the area because Aerosmith was playing at The Gorge Amphitheater with Slash. He told us to pop by, he had tickets and back stage passes waiting for us! What? We couldn’t pass up that opportunity at all! So we packed up our stuff and set out for a KOA campsite near The Gorge in fabulous Ellensburg, WA.
After Glacier, we arrived in Post Falls, ID as a stopover point. We didn’t do much at all. We didn’t rent a car so we couldn’t go anywhere but there was a Wal-Mart less than a mile away so we biked around & bought a few things. Read More
Post Falls, Idaho. Not much to say. There are a lot of trees. I keep hearing,’God, the internet sucks here!’ Read More