After a frantic two weeks of driving, looking for a camp site, setting up camp at 2 AM, then repeating almost every day...we had made it to Pam's childhood home. https://youtu.be/v20n--dHTt4 https://youtu.be/aMh85fZnPr8 https://youtu.be/QGidndmNBQg...
A couple states away from our final destination we came to Everett, Pennsylvania, where Pam's family has a rich history. Earl and Carol Ann gave us A1 hospitality and showed us around their beautiful 400 acre property. https://youtu.be/0bC7DLtCUdU
There is a little farm on the outskirts of St. Louis that we were lucky enough to stumble upon through HipCamp. https://youtu.be/PxjF64h_UnQ
https://youtu.be/SOfhcxfAsaQ We found a campsite a little ways off of route 70 called Soldiers Memorial Park out in the middle of nowhere on route 70. It had rave reviews, so we figured we would give it a shot. After about 20 minutes of driving down dirt roads through...
We made it across the Nevada dessert during a record breaking heatwave with no AC, we survived the loneliest highway in America in one of the least reliable cars in America, and we had climbed the 10,000 + foot pass to get to the greater Denver area. It was time for a...
After 4 days of traveling in an un-air conditioned Vannagon during a record breaking heatwave, we limped into the quaint farm town of Loma, Colorado. We enjoyed the peaceful solitude of a small Al Paca farm called "Heaven's Peace." https://youtu.be/2r3OvYfSRxM
Just wanted to say...we made it to Utah! One night at a KOA for water, to recharge the batteries, and cool off in the pool.
On the eastern side of Nevada off highway 50 is a little town called Ely with an awesome 100 year old train that is still running https://youtu.be/QGidndmNBQg
Vanhana survived Donner Pass, so we continued onto the infamous highway 50...aka the loneliest road in America. https://youtu.be/aMh85fZnPr8
After a long week of waiting on the van work to be completed, we finally spent a night under the stars at Orchards Nest. https://youtu.be/v20n--dHTt4