Next Friday, the saga finally reaches a middle. We have an appointment at Camping World to finish the last of the work needed after our marathon trip last summer: installing a replacement dinette seat – woodwork, apparently, being as rare as a Maltese Falcon in the days of Covid. That’s right, it still isn’t quiteContinue reading “More Travel Trailer Lessons From The Driveway”
Finally got our trailer back. Mostly. A jury-rigged dinette seat because Gulf Stream has basically shut down all ‘woodworking’ since March 2020. But it is back in our driveway and no one died in the transport of the trailer, which means I didn’t forget anything in the last several months about hauling a giant tinContinue reading “Lessons From The Road: Adventures Of Newbie Travel Traileristas, A Coda (Kinda)”
The journey ends (for now).
A day of quiet, exploring tidepools and spying a pending pinniped invasion, and remembering why Twilight sucked at the end.
We moved north in Oregon, landing at Coos Bay after saying good-bye to M’s brothers in Bandon. And we were, in fact, able to park without knocking over cars or power poles.
We discover dinosaurs in Oregon.
We cross a border and meet the Oregon coast head on.
Adventures from the California borderlands. Did we find dinosaurs?
The morning came to leave the Manchester Beach KOA. Two questions arise: what’s a Honey Wagon? And did we slide off a cliff due to a broken trailer?
On the second of ten days of travel trailer adventuring, we learn the thrill of leaving your travel trailer back at camp. Also, a close encounter of the whale kind.