Custer’s Last Stand at the Battle of Little Bighorn

I had no idea what to expect when we planned this trip. Reading about historical battleground sites led me to believe we would walk up to a big open field and just stand there, staring out into the vast openness, feeling uninspired. For me, this place offered more. Observing history outside of a book is incredibly fascinating for me and I love sharing that excitement with my family.

The Battle of Little Bighorn took place in June of 1876 and was part of The Sioux War of 1876. During this two day battle, a force of 700 men lead by Lt. Col. George A. Custer suffered a defeat to the Native Americans. Including Custer, a total of 263 U.S. Army lives were lost. Ultimately, the United States prevailed against the Native Americans who were shuffled to reservations, forever changing their way of life.  [Read more…]

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Ideal Weekend RV Getaways in Washington State

Need some motivation to make some reservations?  Check out my favorite four destinations and start making plans for your ideal weekend RV getaway.  Don’t miss out – sites fill up fast :-).

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Early Christmas Present

FEATURED BLOGGERChristmas has come a little early this year and I couldn’t be more excited! I am thrilled to announce that I have partnered with to be one of their featured bloggers. 🙂 Head over and check out my first blog post, Where RV Going and Why RV Traveling. Please feel free to leave your comments – I always love hearing from you.

Thank you so much for taking the time to follow my blog and learn about our adventures.  I wish you all a very Merry Christmas.  I hope this season brings many blessings.


Carley 🙂

RV Buying Process – Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

RV buying process is very exhausting. Like a game of tug-of-war, there are two parties pulling back and forth on each other. One side is trying to save money and the other side is trying to make money and no body wants to give an inch for the fear of being taken.

We have narrowed down our search for our next trailer to an Open Range LT305BHS. We are going out on a limb with choosing a smaller manufacturer, but overall, this unit will fit our needs the best.


We have been watching the market for this particular model since October 2013.  We have a couple of things going against us.  First, we are buying at the beginning of camping season.  Plus, the economy is not as bad as it was and people are beginning to loosen their belts, so to speak.

On our side [Read more…]

In the News: Airstream Anyone??

A new company called Airstream 2 Go launched in May 2013 providing Airstream rentals out of Los Angeles and Las Vegas.  The owner, a former Airstream president and CEO, started Airstream 2 Go to offer a premium vacation experience.  (Photo courtesy of Airstream 2 Go)airstream

Airstream 2 Go has partnered with Off The Beaten Path, a travel planner, to provide you with a custom plan and itinerary to accomplish all your destination and activity goals.

Their fleet includes custom Airstream trailers, the Airstream 28 for a maximum of 6, and the Airstream 23, with a sleeping capacity of 4.  Don’t have a towing vehicle?  No problem.  Your Airstream will come hitched to a custom matched GMC Denali.

So how much does all this cost?  Rentals have a five day minimum and weekly rates range anywhere from $5,300 to $7,500.

Interested?  Check out their website at

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