René M. Agredano
Tag Archives: California
Wildfire Evacuation Tips From Creek Fire Workamper Heroes Nobody ever expects to end an RV trip by fleeing a natural disaster. But these wildfire campground evacuation tips from two workamper heroes can save your life if the worst-case scenario happens … Continue reading
Californiaâ€™s Sierra Nevada mountains offer some of the best camping in the nation. But these days, it seems every RVer knows it. Finding secluded, private Lake Tahoe campsites for RVs can be challenging, but not if you pack a copy … Continue reading
RVing in California’s outback got even better thanks to the three newest desert monuments officially declared by President Obama: Read original article on IRV2.
The Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León crossed the oceans in search of the Fountain of Youth but if you’re RVing in the west all you need to do is point your rig to Southern California where hot mineral baths … Continue reading
Astronomy and camping go together like campfires and smores. If your love of the outdoors includes star gazing, why not add an astronomy observatory star party to your RVing travels this winter? Many observatories offer star parties with RV camping … Continue reading