Category Archives for "Travel"

Apr 16

Skip The Hotel & Try AirBnb

By Jason Moffatt | Travel

So I’m supposed to fly out to Chicago tomorrow¬†to celebrate my birthday in Wrigley Field with a bunch of friends. Being the slacker that I am, I still hadn’t booked a room for my first two nights in town. So I headed to Expedia to try and reserve a room somewhere in the Wrigleyville area. […]

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Oct 25

Posted Up On The Lake

By Jason Moffatt | Travel

I’d say it’s time to cue “On The Road Again” but I don’t really have any plans to do any significant traveling at the moment. Instead, I’m hunkered down near the lake and working on a bunch of projects from inside the RV. I love being in this RV. Her name is Mary J, and […]

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Feb 18

Feels Like The First Time

By Jason Moffatt | Travel

I’ve got a Foreigner song stuck in my head. Okay, I really don’t. I just needed a smooth intro for the title of this blog post. So I picked up the RV from storage at Campland By The Bay. It’s been sitting still for almost 6 months now. The house batteries have been drained. She’s […]

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Jul 29

John Day & Rajneeshpuram

By Jason Moffatt | Travel

After spending a few days in the Sun Valley portion of Idaho it was time to head west into my home state of Oregon. Oregon’s current state slogan is “We love dreamers”. Maybe Oregon should see the movie Inception? The landscape of Oregon is very diverse and offers an abundance of outdoor activities. The east […]

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Jul 21

Here Comes The Sun Valley

By Jason Moffatt | Travel

Before departing Ely Nevada in the morning, we stopped by a local grocery store to stock up on supplies, munchies, beer and duct tape. You never know when you may need some duct tape. A quick fill up of diesel and we were on our way to Sun Valley. Before getting into Idaho we still […]

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Jul 20

Adios Sin City. Hello Aliens!

By Jason Moffatt | Travel

The decision to leave Las Vegas in high winds was a sketchy one. Wind gusts of 30 to 40 miles per hour can really throw the RV for a quick ride into the next lane if you’re not extremely careful. Even being careful, the wind can still chuck you. The best bet when it’s windy […]

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