Considering an Alaskan RV Trip? Afraid/unwilling to do it on your own? You might consider a paid RV Caravan as a solution to your hesitant wanderlust! We joined a paid Alaskan caravan Summer of 2016. We are usually independent RVers who enjoy doing our own planning – and we really plan out our trips. Many folks are … More Is an Alaskan RV Caravan Right for You?
As Don & I travelled across the midwest – through North Dakota – we headed towards Beaver Lake State Park. With the map spread out on my lap (with the cellphone close by, of course!) I could not see why we were headed to this quiet area – a North Dakota State campground surrounded by … More The Surprising & Friendly Napoleon North Dakota….!
Along the Great Lakes, many parks have been created to preserve & protect these beautiful lake shores – one of the best is Pictured Rocks National Seashore in Munising MI. Best appreciated from the water, commercial boats (with narration) are available for your touring pleasure. Our experience was good – the boat was not extremely … More Picturing Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
We had a great tour of Fayette State Historic Town Site in Garden, Michigan. Once a bustling community – home to hundreds of workers. Named after Fayette Brown who chose the site based on the close proximity to local mines to convert the raw material to “Pig Iron” before shipment to steel-making centers. Prior to … More Fayette Historic State Park – Michigan’s Mining Past
We planned a unique trip this year – heading North to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula as a major stop and then exploring Wisconsin. Michigan’s Upper Peninsula did not disappoint with lots of interesting places to visit. Loaded with greenery and great State Highways – there are no Interstates to travel in the area – Michigan’s … More Michigan’s Beautiful Upper Peninsula