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Adventures Of The Boondocking Photographer: Oregon Coast

I recently became an empty nester and was looking for a change in my life that would maximize my time left on this great planet. So I sold my house, bought a Ford F-350, an Arctic Fox 990 truck camper, and hit the road. This is the story of my adventures with travel, photography, and RV tips designed around living the boondocker lifestyle. In The Beginning In the spring of 2017, I was living in the beautiful Bitterroot Mountains of Montana and had just taken a job in Denver. I signed up for a two weeks on shift as an air ambulance pilot and two weeks off schedule that made the 12-hour drive doable. My daughter finally had made her decision to attend Montana State ...

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RAMBLINGS OF A TRAVELER: FAMILY VACATION #3 Flying the Monarch

The Oregon coast has more than its share of cool looking ocean rocks and sand to go with them. Oregon coast is famous for some serious, bad, cold, windy weather and cool-looking cliffs and indescribable scenery everywhere you look down the 363-mile long coast. The indescribable scenery along the Oregon coast, if you are lucky to catch one of the nice clear days without dense fog or beating winds, is nothing short of breath taking. I don’t think there is any coastline anywhere in the world that can beat the Oregon coast for scenery. Yeah okay, the weather sucks most of the time (I think I said that), but that’s a minor inconvenience when you actually see what I am talking about. Haystack Rock on Cannon beach ...

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