Author: Scott

Blueberry Patch Campground |Backbone Horse Camp | National Forest RV Camping In New York

July 24, 2019

Blueberry Patch Campground in New York, within the Finger Lake National Forest was a small and secluded campground that we couldn’t fit in. Luckily just down the road was an overflow camp called Backbone Horse Camp. Keep in mind we have a 23 ft travel trailer and an extended full sized van. Blueberry Patch Campground…

Hapgood Pond Campground | Free RV Dry Camping In Vermont

July 24, 2019

We dropped by Hapgood Campground on our way west out of New England. We needed a cheap or free place to sop for one night while it rained and stormed over us. Hapgood fit just what we were looking for. It’s a National Forest campground so free for us, with certain national park passes (awesome!)….

Building The Van Named Winslow

March 18, 2019

The Chief is gone… so… what’s next? We thought about a boat. But we’re not ready yet. We thought about backpacking around the world on a shoestring budget but it wasn’t as glamorous in person as we expected. In fact, it can be kind of awful sometimes. So we have decided to get back to…

For Sale: Awesome 1985 Winnebago Chieftain

July 11, 2017

Just completed a year-long tour of the U.S. in this vintage class A motorhome. It was an outstanding home and well-loved under our care.  She’s got a lot of life left in her. The Stats 33ft long Sleeps 7 comfortably Onan 6500 generator Outfitted with 2 permanently installed solar panels (300W of power) and 4 deep…

Premature Grandparent

January 16, 2017

We’re currently in a campground.  It’s a nice little co-op for Escapees members in Benson, AZ.  As far as I know it’s not exclusively 55+…. but it might as well be.  That’s fine.  We’re used to being the weird young family.  Or maybe, just maybe, they thought Scott was 55+ when he checked us in….