We had two RV meet-ups in one weekend.
One was in Moab and one was near San Diego. So we left one early and arrived at the other late.
Xscapers Moab Convergence ~ Three Winnebago B Class Vans Parked Together
At the Xscapers Moab Convergence we ended up parking near a Paseo and a Revel. It was the WinnieB section of the runway (the convergence took place on an old airport runway). 🙂
Winnebago Travato Meet-Up @ Agua Caliente County Park near Julian, CA
We left Moab early and headed to San Diego, stopping for the night at a Walmart in Richfield, UT.
12 Travatos + their amazing owners + hot springs in the desert + no cell reception = one fantastic time!
In between Cortez and Mancos Colorado resides this boondocking gem. With a simple name and great views, County Road 34. There are 12 sites. We found cell reception was better in the lower number sites. At first we parked in site 9, which is a pull-through and had some awesome views. However, the cell reception there was not enough to work. We moved to site 3 and had much better reception.
We had the great pleasure to go camping with our daughter and son-in-love, who now own our former RV “Wings” the Shasta! It was fun to camp with family and our first and current RV!
Travato on Long Beach ~ Great way to spend a beach afternoon!
We enjoyed the Long Beach Peninsula last weekend! And, yes, it was sunny the whole time!
Highlights (besides being able to use Travato on the beach as our “beach house” one afternoon)…
Where we stayed: Long Beach RV and Camping Resort
What we saw: Cape Disappointment State Park ~ which is NOT a disappointment!
Where we ate: Salt Hotel and Pub ~ So good we went back the next day!
We have had the wonderful opportunity of visiting Deception Pass State Park several times in the past month. It is a great place to visit on a sunny winter Washington day! Actually, we went on a few less than sunny days and even in the rain it is nice.
Note: Quarry Pond is the only campground that is currently open during the “winter season”.
2018 Winnebago Travato 59K
Yes, we bought a Class B Camper Van! We are beyond thrilled and extremely thankful!
We bought it on Saturday and already went on our first adventure in it across five states! We flew into Ohio, landing in falling snow. Purchased it slightly used from a dear RV friend. Then drove through Kentucky to Tennessee where we visited some friends in Nashville. Then through Arkansas and arrived late last night in Texas.
Wings is still in the family! Our oldest daughter now owns Wings. We could not totally part with our first RV. We are grateful for the past two years of amazing adventures in Wings!