Ely NV Fulltime RV Near Great Basin and Nevada State Parks

Let’s drive around and take a look at Ely, NV. At the crossroads of US 50 and 93, and near Great Basin National Park, and several Nevada state parks. This is the last place to buy groceries and stuff for at least 100 miles.







Bookmark and Share

Budget RV Camping Ely NV Prospector Casino

Our stay at the Prospector Casino in Ely NV. It’s $20 a day, they have a laundry room, pool, gym and restaurant. Pleasant enough place to be, full hook ups and free Wifi.





Bookmark and Share

Highway 50 the Loneliest Road Fulltime RV

It’s not so bad but it does seem to go on forever and ever…. 37 miles to Austin seemed like 137 miles! Sorry for the window glare, I took off early in the morning, driving East.





Bookmark and Share

5 Tips to Better Compose Your Nature Travel Photos

An Article By: Catherine Cairns-OKeefe from www.SprinkleGoodness.com You’re driving along in your RV and you see the most stunning scenery. You find a safe place to stop. You get out your camera and snap away. All is great. But when you look at your photos later, do you find yourself wondering…

Continue reading

Our Little Used Trailer: A Few Potholes Starting Out.

An Article By: Matthew O’Keefe from www.SprinkleGoodness.com What do you need to travel the country and be comfortable? The thought of traveling and seeing all the wonderful sites and landmarks, and doing some digital photography, is very tempting. It is much more achievable for people these days. When my wife…

Continue reading

Whitewater Rafting in Oregon

For whitewater rafting in the Pacific Northwest, Oregon is the place! The rivers are only short drives from the major cities, have RV campsites, and provide both novices and experts with a fun and exciting challenge for short half day, one day, and two day trips. For those who want…

Continue reading

Bob Scott Campground NV Boondocking with Water

There’s communal water and flush toilets at Bob Scott, and the high elevation keeps the temperatures down a bit. The paid area is 10 campsites for $10 a day, and there are 4-5 “free” sites just outside the entrance. Other RVers mentioned “out back, behind” but it looks like the powers that be fenced that off. Continue reading

Bookmark and Share