Yes, that's right ... Camping Jammies. I'm not sure how this craze got started but I do know it's all over Facebook and both women and men are on the bandwagon to buy, wear and sleep in "camping jammies". Yes, that's right, "camping jammies" If you're a member of various camping or RV groups on… Continue reading The unbelievable phenomenon of the Traveling Camping Jammies!
Dungies ... aka Dungeness Crab is a favorite among Pacific Northwesterners, you'll find it in many restaurants and if you're lucky, you can catch your own. It's not hard but you do need some special equipment. A fishing license A surf casting rode and reel A castable crab trap Crab bait A crab measurer (yup,… Continue reading Dungeness Crab in Ocean Shores WA – going for Dungies
I gotta tell ya, the Holiday RV Park was an all right park. The spaces were decent, gravel with plenty of room between them and the park handles big rigs really well. It was easy to get to Interstate and easy to get to places in North Platte, NE. Pretty unassuming and it seems like… Continue reading Campground Review – Holiday RV Park, North Platte NB
We stayed 4 nights in Custer's Gulch RV Park in Custer SD, right next to Custer State Park. We were pretty happy with this park, the price was reasonable and if you're a Good Sam member you'll get the Good Sam Discount. The spaces are large enough for the biggest of RVs and they are… Continue reading Campground Review – Custer’s Gulch RV Park
Buffalo Run RV Park and Cabins is nice, unassuming park along Island Park's 30 mile stretch of main street. It calls itself the "Gateway to Yellowstone" and is only about 33 miles away and approximately 37 minutes. It's a great place to make camp with a lot to see in the area, not just Yellowstone. It's… Continue reading Campground Review – Buffalo Run RV Park and Cabins – Island Park ID