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There are two slide outs, so it's very roomy. Looks long, but it's surprisingly easy to maneuver, and it's actually about 12' shorter than our truck and trailer combo. It doesn't bend in the middle and it's super easy to back into a space (a rear camera helps). No hitching up. We just load up and drive away. I can't say enough about how awesome it is.
Our first stop wasn't too awfully far from home. We stayed two nights at Lake Lomolo's brand new KOA campground. They were very relaxed about the dogs, and there was lots of space to run free and do what Wally and LuLu love best.
Awesome views. Unfortunately, the cloud in the photo below was partly smoke:
On the road again... We've traveled most roads in Oregon, but I don't remember Hwy 140. It was pretty and very rural, isolated. We stopped here for lunch.
Love that we can fire up the generator for a cup of coffee, relax in the shade...
We met another traveler there:
We spent the night at a plain old RV park before we crossed into Oregon's desert country the next day. I'll wait till next Saturday for the rest of the trip, but here's LuLu investigating a desert find:
It's been a great summer for us. I hope your's is the same. One doesn't have to travel far to enjoy nature, but it's been fun getting out there. See you again soon!