We are near the time to return home, but I wanted to let you know that I have been riding and enjoying our time away from home.

I do not have strong wifi here at the campground and have had to use my hotspot to do anything. Using that makes it slooooooow to post photos, so I will direct you to my blog (which I just got updated through yesterday ;’-)).


If at all interested, click and check it out. Will be back here with day riding posts whenever there is anything to share ;’-).


  1. By: Suzanne Posted: June 21, 2020

    Good to see that you are out and enjoying yourselves! Some beautiful scenery and views!

    • By: NancyG Posted: June 21, 2020

      Thanks Suzanne. It is so great to be out here — anywhere!

  2. By: Lah Posted: June 21, 2020

    Your camping vehicle is quite impressive. Wonderful that you both enjoy traveling, even if staying close to home. Enjoyed reading about your adventures. So glad you shared.

    • By: NancyG Posted: June 21, 2020

      So glad that you have read my. blog and enjoy the posts. We love the RV/van and are determined to have more fun close to home ;’-).

  3. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: June 21, 2020

    Good you are getting out and enjoying some beautiful areas.
    Onalaska looks like an interesting place. I have heard of Onalaska, Wisconsin. . . .

    From Wiki:
    Onalaska, Washington, Onalaska, Wisconsin, Onalaska, Arkansas and Onalaska, Texas are all historically connected to one another through the lumber industry.

    • By: NancyG Posted: June 22, 2020

      It is interesting that there are several Onalaskas around. I know only the one here in Washington, and barely knew that one until now. I wonder if all of them are as small as this one as they were all related to the lumber industry. I know the name is from a poem, but have not figured out how it is related.

      Thanks for the comment and reading my blog ;’-)

  4. By: The Navigator Posted: June 24, 2020

    Those looked like some really nice rides and it looks like you’ve got the home away from home set-up all figured out. Glad you were a little bit slower on the bike and not under that limb when it came down!

    • By: NancyG Posted: June 24, 2020

      Yes, it almost feels like “normal life” when we are doing our Shelter in Place out away from home. We plan another one this coming week and hope for decent weather. But really, even if weather is not too cooperative it will still be nice to get out and away.

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