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Off-Season RV Camping

Off-Season RV Camping

September 24, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Off-season RV camping can offer advantages and great rewards with few drawbacks.  The need to make reservations for campsites in advance may not be necessary. This allows you to stay where and for how long you desire without worrying about schedules.  Some premium water-view campsites normally impossible to get may well be easily attainable.  All […]

Camping In Different Climates

Camping In Different Climates

August 28, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

  RV camping styles and activities vary with location and climate. Climate is a key factor in the planning and enjoyment of a camping trip. Research the location to be aware of the type of climate and weather you’re likely to experience. Desert Camping Desert camping can be a unique and rewarding experience. The stark […]

A Winter Climb to William’s Lake–Part 2: Snowshoe Issues

A Winter Climb to William’s Lake–Part 2: Snowshoe Issues

March 31, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

In my last post (published March 24th), I had begun talking about a snowshoe hike we had taken on a beautiful late winter day up in the Taos Ski Valley. We were snowshoeing the William’s Lake Trail in sunny 60 degree temperatures with a trail depth of 69 inches. In spite of the wonderful “bluebird” […]

Great RVer Spectator Event: the Salomon Freeride Championships!

Great RVer Spectator Event: the Salomon Freeride Championships!

March 17, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

I have published many posts about the wide variety of activities there are for campers and RVers in northern New Mexico during the summer and fall months. Little did I know, in winter this area can be as entertaining as it is during warmer weather. I have written about cross country skiing at Enchanted Forest […]