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winter cabins

Cabin on the Lake, Winter 2016-17

By the end of every Summer,  we look forward to a snowy cabin and stuffing a wood stove full of good smelling wood, and every winter, after a few months, we can’t wait to get back in the trailer and on the road. It’s…

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Vegetarian Suet For Wintering Birds

Since we’re in a cabin again this winter, mostly taking care of some dental work and getting to know my (Amber) extensive family in the area, we’ve again been spoiled by the full size stove, and an oven that doesn’t burn everything. I love feeding…

Ghost Towns

10 Haunted Vacation Spots in the US

Going on vacation means visiting attractions, but if your point of interest is a haunted location, then you are in for an exciting treat or a spooky experience. Here are holiday spots that are haunted. Ones we’ve visited: Ones we’ve yet to visit:…

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The Redwoods – From Humboldt to Klamath

In June, our California friend, Lisa, came to visit again (what a sport!), but this time she flew into SFO so she too could see the redwood forests. It was to be a short trip, only four days, half of which would be driving, but we…

state parks

Calaveras Big Trees State Park, California

Due to many things out of our control, we were forced to skip Sequoia National Park. Many of the RV parks had reviews that included warnings about length, due to trees or roads, others were just full and could only give us a few…

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Angels Camp RV Park and Surrounding Area

Angel’s Camp RV Park is a great little place just on the edge of the Sierra Mountain town of, you guessed it, Angel’s Camp, however its proximity to tons of great little towns and sites is the real draw – unless of course…