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#59

Yellowstone NP

Yellowstone NP has always been our happy place, and even though I’m ready to see something new by now I’m already planning a winter adventure. Yellowstone was our goal for finishing up the van. We wanted to head out to Yellowstone before Labor Day, and we did it. Though, Labor Day probably wasn't the best idea to be in one of...

#56

Mojave National Preserve

It's no secret that I'm not a fan of the desert. At all. I'll take frozen toes and cold coffee over the dusty plains of the southwest any day. But...but the Mojave National Preserve is...fine I guess. As good as the southwest goes (minus the Sonoran desert. We haven't been there yet so the verdict is still out). Ivanpah M...

#52

Yosemite – What we did and hikes

We tend to visit Yosemite always just a few weeks before they close the pass, which means it’s one, very empty, and two, very cold (at least the nights). With Tioga pass at 10,000 ft, and Tuolumne meadows at 8600ft, as soon as the sun sets its COLD! But until then we got to hike in perfect t-shirt weather, and - even better - witho...

#43

Wyoming (Yellowstone National Park)

  [easy-image-collage id=2619] Yellowstone should have made it easy to be liked. We should’ve have been in awe, mesmerized and unwilling to leave. Instead we left after mere 48 hours without the feeling to have missed out on anything. Without even visiting the southern part of the park, where Old Faithful and the Grand Prisma...

#42

Camping inception

[easy-image-collage id=2479] Since we’re camping fulltime, going on a camping trip is somewhat weird. You’re feeling like you know what you’re doing, but you’re don’t. And it is super weird to go to a campground without your house. [easy-image-collage id=2480] We were tired of the crowds of tourists. And we had a bad da...

#41

Montana (Whitefish, Glacier National Park)

[easy-image-collage id=2510] Another state we had high hopes in and were sobered up (status before heading to the south-east part). We stayed in Missoula for a night, and then in Kalispell for another to check out Whitefish. That little town seems like a facade fairyland between trailer parks and Walmart. I don’t say that this is ...

#39

Washington (Seattle, Olympic National Park)

[easy-image-collage id=2503] After our longer-than-planned stop in southern California we pretty much sped up the coast to get to Washington and pick up our visitors. We made way more miles than normally and it felt rushed but also liberating. We were free to move at last! We stopped at Lake Shastina for a little over a week, and th...