Travel Blogs from Republic
... br> For those of you planning an Alaskan RV trip, here are some current stats:
We have stayed in 43 different RV parks and campgrounds.
We have been on the road for 134 days
Our average cost per night is $20.00
We have traveled 6,600 miles in the RV
The RV has consumed 898 gallons of petro
Average cost per mile is .61 cents
Average cost per gallon $4.48
Signing off in ...
... the fires.
On Thurs., 8/7/14 - We planned ahead and made an appointment today to have Sandy groomed. We can get some alone time with each other. Sandy is tied to us, so having him groomed today will allow us to go out for a nice lunch/a few drinks. We dropped him off at 12:30 and took a little ride outside of town and ended up at the Twisp Brewery for lunch. The fires are still so bad that ash sporadically is ...
August 2, 2014. Truck - 68,304. Trip - 8,209
On the road again. Crossing Canada was grueling! It was a long way, the roads were the pits, there was not much to see on the southern route, fuel was a concern, I had peanut butter everyday for lunch, there were very few stores for me to browse, and I was grouchy. For hours we drove along many fair size lakes, as well as, drumlins and kettle ...
Campstie Site #28 - Forest Service Campground with water nearby. No dump station. Elevation 2900 ft. 28 total sites. Notes - Hiked: Maple Pass/Anne Lake Trail, Cutthroat Pass, and - Brewpubs visited: Twisp River Pub/Methow Brewing in Twisp, and Old Schoolhouse Brewery in ...
Campstie Site #18 - Forest Service Campground with water nearby. No dump station. Elevation 3600 ft. 28 total sites. Notes - Hiked: Pipsissewa Trail from campground. At the top there is an excellent view of Bonaparte Lake. About 1.75 miles one ...