WINNER OF THE 2019 GREAT AMERICAN CAMPOUT $10,000 SWEEPSTAKES!
Welcome to a new class of fifth wheel. The Arctic Wolf Suite Series by Cherokee.
Welcome back Blue Dog Family! Today we are plunging into the hardest part of camping, for some, picking where to go! Once you purchase your new or used RV from Blue Dog RV, you can’t wait to get out on the open road and take that baby for a spin. If you’re anything like me, then you have a hard time locking down exactly where you want to go. I’ve got you covered. Washington State is the best place to camp because it has two completely different climates depending on which side of the Cascades you’re on.
What wonderful weather we are having!! This is the time of year that being in an office is the last place I want to be. We had a great weekend at the Alpine RV Park (www.nirvpark.com ) in Garwood, ID. From the road it doesn’t look like much, however we were nicely surprised. The spaces are huge and level! The trees are trimmed up so you don’t have to worry about scratching your rig. It was a very nice time, I even had time to relax in my hammock and read.
I can remember growing up in Orange County, California. Times were turbulent and everyone was looking for tranquility. We had the civil rights movement going on and a very unpopular war. I would like to think that if I had been adult that I would have stood shoulder to shoulder with peaceful demonstrators.
While I’m saving you time and money, I need your help making this club successful by referring others to this club. I ask members to send me pictures and stories of your RV adventures which will appear in this monthly club letter. The real benefit of the club will be to share information, discover hidden treasures of Oregon, search for gold, find the best beach side camp grounds, learn where to camp for free in dispersed camp sites, connect with members for fishing trips, where the best ATV trails are, best sand dune climbs, best recipes for trout, how to cook on a camp fire, where the buck stops, Fishing Wallowa lake, best kayak fishing, find secret home sites in the desert and lost airplanes, explore the lava tube caves, fish for bass on the John Day river, where to catch crabs on the Oregon coast, Discover the secret slot canyon Valhalla. (Discovered by my brother Mike Malone)
We have really enjoyed our first 3 outings in our new 2019 Reflection 337RLS that we purchased from Blue Dog in Post Falls.
It was going to be a 70 degree full-on sunshine week-end in the middle of March. That meant one thing. Time to pack the trailer and get out of town. Tim and I shoved our clothes into a duffel bag, tossed a variety of veggies, snacks, and easy-to-prepare meals in the fridge and took off to the LaConner Thousand Trails campground, a two hour drive.
I think the funniest part of owning a camper is the freedom. We drive till we get tired or something along the way interests us. We have found some of the neatest camping spots by doing this. In June of 2016, we went on our first long trip in the Vengeance and we were heading to Colorado. We got out of Coeur d’Alene late afternoon, but we thought we would try and get to Missoula.