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Watsons Wander: Crater Lake – Take two

(June 14, 2018) -- What we failed to realize was that the road all way around the lake is still closed at this time of year. In fact, it turns out that unless you visit mid-summer, your chances of driving all the way around are slim to none. Read More »

Watsons Wander: Eagle Lake and exploring lava beds

(June 1, 2018) -- We spent our last week in California camped next to Eagle Lake at the Merrill National Forest Campground. The theme of the week was rain…again. It rarely rained all day, but it did rain every day, with afternoon storms being the norm. Read More »

Watsons Wander: Exploring the Lakes Basin

(May 28, 2018) -- It rained nearly every day of our week-long stay near the Lakes Basin Region of the Plumas National Forest. As a result, we spent a lot more time inside the Airstream than we did exploring the lakes and mountains. Read More »

Watsons Wander: Schoolhouse campground

(May 21, 2018) -- We continue our slow journey north with a long, winding drive along CA-49. This route covers the area famous for the gold rush of 1849 and every town we pass boasts relics of the past. Read More »

Watsons Wander: Kings Canyon National Park

(May 7, 2018) -- While often referred to as King’s Canyon & Sequoia National Park, they are actually two separate parks connected by one road. One step, narrow and winding road where vehicles over 22-feet long are not allowed to travel. Read More »

Watsons Wander: Airstream – polished and painted

(April 16, 2018) -- Well, since then we’ve done our best to nullify all that hard work. Dusty dirt roads, muddy campsites, narrow tree-lined roads that we had no business driving down, three months parked next to the ocean, and a whole host of similar sins against aluminum contributed to sad state we found ourselves in this winter. Read More »

Watson Wander: Doheny and Point Mugu

(March 20, 2018) -- Over the past week and a half, we stayed at two more California state beach campgrounds, took many more beach walks, and put up with more rain. Since we got to the coast the weather seems to be stuck in a cool, rainy pattern. Read More »