The Last Blog Post

This is our final blog post.  Having a busy schedule and limited access to the Internet makes it difficult to post pictures about our travels in a timely manner. We still enjoy full-timing; however, we will now post our adventures on Facebook and Instagram.  Hope you will join us there.  We thank you for following us on our travels for the past two years.

We will be leaving Washington on Monday, October 2nd. It’s been a great trip so far and we hope to be back in Texas by December. In closing, we leave you with the last few pictures taken when we visited Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainier.

The eruption of Mt. St. Helens took place on May 18, 1980 and to see it 37 years later makes you wonder how magnificent Mother Nature is at blowing up Her earth and making it look beautiful again.

Happy couple at Mt. St. Helens








Devastation of Mt. St. Helens that streches to the Johnston Ridge Observatory






Devastation beyond the Johnston Ridge Observatory
Coldwater Lake











Mt. Rainier is the highest point in Washington and the largest volcano in the continental US.  It’s last eruption was in 1854; so it could happen again (given the right amount of continental shift and magma).

Mt. Rainier








Narada Falls – Mt. Rainier National Park








Falls @ Paradise Visitor Center








Nisqually Glacier & River Headwaters








Snowy ridge around Mt. Rainier National Park Paradise visitor center







Marmots in the snow






Bash and Momma-Me








Mt. Rainier looking good!






As we look back, we realize that we have become used to the lifestyle of full-time RV’ing. We’re not rushed; so we can take time discovering any area of the country for about a week or two before we need to head down the road. We also like meeting the people while we’re either camped out or shopping at the local stores and farmers markets. It’s one of the benefits of living this lifestyle.  In closing, there really is so much to see and do right here in the good ol’ USA.  Pam and I are very grateful for this opportunity and be able to reach out to people that we come in contact on our travels.

Shadows on Ruby Beach



Sunset on the Washington Coast – So Long!!!











Love the view








Long may your journey last.


























2 thoughts on “The Last Blog Post”

  1. I will miss your blog but maybe can stay up on Facebook. Paula and I spent two weeks in Washington and Victoria this September. A lot of your pictures look like familiar places. Send me your email address and I will send a link to my pictures. Have a good trip to Texas.

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