Snow on the Airstream & Bannack State Park

In today’s video, we leave Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park and head 2 hours southwest to the Clark Canyon Reservoir and a free campground! Seeing as we’re now in the off-season and we were there during a snow storm we got the whole campground to ourselves! The snow was never that bad at our elevation so we decided to checkout Bannack State Park which is a Ghost Town not too far away. It was really interesting to go through buildings and cabins built in the 1800s and get to see a snapshot of what living in a Montana Gold Rush town was like.

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Horse Prarie Campground
Bannack State Park

 

Our Real Last Day in Yellowstone: Waterfall & The Boiling River

In today’s video, we have our real last day in Yellowstone…unlike what we thought was our last day a few weeks ago. We wimp out and instead of hiking Osprey Falls we hike Wraith Falls which was still pretty. We then go take a dip in the Boiling River which was so much fun! Finally, it’s moving day once again on a cold snowy morning….where to next? Wait and see!

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Carbella BLM
Osprey Falls
Wraith Falls
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Boiling River

 

Yellowstone In The Snow

In today’s video, after our a couple of cold and wet days, the weather clears and we head into Yellowstone to see it in the snow. We see a bunch of elk and some amazing snow-covered landscapes. We also check out the Boiling RIver and decide we want to go back (see our next video). Finally, Steve watches some NFL which discussing being a Backer. What are you?

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Carbella BLM

 

Baby it’s Cold Outside

In today’s video, a cold front moves into Montana and we hole up in the Airstream to stay warm and dry. Being from AZ these are some of the coldest temperatures we’ve seen in the past few years so we have a lot to say about them. We also rejoice in out Catalytic Heater, burn candles, bake cookies and enjoy our times indoors.

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Carbella BLM

 

Boondock Hunting + Our Hitch Issues + Moving Into the Forest

In today’s video, we go hunting for a good boondocking outside of Bend. After finding a couple of spots we stop for lunch at a Sno-Park before Steve backs us down the forest road in the snow!! Snow in June….who would have thought it! Steve also explains how we think we fixed our hitch issue.

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LaPine State Park on Campendium

 

Checking out Crater Lake in the SNOW + Another Moving Day

In today’s video, we head to Crater Lake National Park and are surprised to find it still COVERED in snow. It’s been over 100 degrees in Tucson (where we are from) so we were flabbergasted by the amount of snow still left here in mid-June. Crater Lake was still absolutely beautiful but we definitely want to some back in the summer one year to enjoy the hikes we couldn’t do. Did you know Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the US and second deepest in the world? It also has NO rivers or creeks leading into it. It is a volcanic crater that has filled with rain/snow over the years. Very cool!

We finish up the video by hitching up and heading out towards Bend. Plus we figure out our hitch issue! We think!

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Diamond Lake Campground on Campendium
Crater Lake National Park
LaPine State Park on Campendium

 

vLog Day – vLog #31 – Zion National Park in the Snow

We’re going to try and give you a sneak peak into our lives through our vLog series. Expect these to be full of out-takes and the random going-ons of our Airstream life. Eventually when we start traveling you’ll get glimpses of our campsites, and the gorgeous places we’ll be exploring. For now it’s life in Tucson as we get ready to hit the road.

In this week’s episode we drive through Zion National Park when it’s covered in snow. It was absolutely gorgeous! We even took a small icy very cold hike. We can’t wait to go back and explore even more in the spring. Enjoy the view!

Happy Traveling Friends!