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Our 27th day of the trip is our departure from Antelope Island. I also come to realize that without a generator for our camper, the solar would be kind of worthless - so I talk about the difference between PWM and MPPT charge controllers, and why I think I will be upgrading mine. And guess what, the day wouldn't have been complete if something else was not malfunctioning on the Geo Pro, so we got that also. :-/
But before we leave the island, we wanted to see a few more things - like the actual lake for a change. So, in this 1st part of day 27, we finally make it to the beach. :-)

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Ep. #621 Our 12 Week Adventure | Day 27: Part 1 - The Great Salt Lake

Our 45th day I show you around the pretty awesome Turtle Rock RV resort we stayed at in Gold Beach, OR - some of the sites even have their own hot tubs. :-) And we of course visit the beach and see Turtle Rock up close. Unfortunately, it was incredibly windy, and I didn't really enjoy getting blasted by sand. But, it wasn't a bad day. ;-) Towing a Rockwood Geo Pro with a Honda Pilot Subscribe:
Traveling down the 101, our 44th day is spent at Thor's Well in Yachats, OR and exploring the beautiful surrounding area. But before that, we had a very interesting experience at a McDonald's in Florence - extremely nice and friendly people there. ;-) Towing a Rockwood Geo Pro with a Honda Pilot Subscribe: http://... Check out our site: http://... Facebook: https://... #thejohnnyoshow
We started our 43rd day at Depoe Bay in Lincoln City. Robin wanted to see the Devils Punchbowl in action, but we went at low tide because people normally hike to it... Robin definitely did not want to do that. So, we departed from Depoe Bay and headed toward Newport to visit the sea lions. And visit them we did. There were dozens upon dozens of sea lions surrounding and sunbathing on the docks
Our 42nd day also marked our being 5,000 miles into our trip - hopefully this is over the halfway point. ;-) We visit the beach in Lincoln City, and then enjoy the beautiful Cape Kiwanda and the Haystack Rock in Pacific City, OR. Which the drive there was a little disconcerting, as we passed sign after sigh making us aware that we were entering a tsunami zone. :-/ But once we arrived, we focused
For our 41st day, we take to the Historic Columbia River Highway - and we visit every waterfall that we can. It was a day filled with lots of beauty (and water): we saw Horsetail Falls, Multnomah Falls, Wahkeena Falls, Shepperd's Dell Falls, and Latourell Falls. Multnomah Falls was our most favorite, and we recommend visiting that one the most if you want to see an impressive waterfall. Then we
The 40th day of our trip is spent traversing the beautiful "City of Roses," Portland, OR. We head to the Washington Park MAX Station to take advantage of Portland's [inexpensive] public transportation. We explore the gorgeous International Rose Test Garden & Shakespeare Garden. We wanted to check out the Portland Japanese Garden, but it cost $17 each, but we've seen plenty of phenomenal nature for
For our 39th day, we travel from Seaside through Astoria, Oregon; the hometown of The Goonies. We ate at the Rusty Cup, which was a delightful place with good coffee and delicious sandwiches. Robin was very happy with it. :-) Then we longingly drive past The Goonies house. Then we reach our destination for the night - Battle Ground, Washington. Yes, we're back in Washington. But I go over some
On day 38 we intended on departing Seaside, but I decided to take advantage of the good Internet to get some work done. Plus, it was nice sunny day, and we wanted to take advantage of that, too. We took the dogs to visit the beach for a little bit. But we spent the remainder of the day in the camper. We got our lunch from Tacos Locos, and dinner from Angelina's Pizzeria. Both very good food and
Day 37 we arrive in Seaside, Oregon. We spend the day visiting the beaches (and being very caught off guard by the tides). We explore Seaside Beach, Cannon Beach, and Indian Beach. We got to see the magnificent Haystack Rock in person - which Robin was very excited about because she loves The Goonies. We tried looking for the light house, but it was completely concealed by the fog - the amount of
The second part of our 36th day, we do some exploring around the Savage Streams Campground and I give it a fair review. ;-) Then, we head on down the 101 toward Seaside, Oregon - visiting, one last time, Ruby Beach. We were anxious to see how much the tide had changed from earlier in the day. We also discover that even though State and National campgrounds may say they are closed on their
After spending the night at the very interesting Savage Streams Campground in Forks, on day 36 we headed through the rainy and foggy weather further down the 101 in Olympic National Park, and we explored the surreal Ruby Beach. Washington sure is full of lots of beautiful and otherworldly landscapes. I've really enjoyed our stay in Washington so far, and I'm exciting to see what else it has in
So, the 3rd part of our 35th day, I focus in on the repairs that were made on our camper while we visited Olympic National Park. At the repair shop in Port Angeles, they did they're job as they were supposed to, but I left my Geo Pro with them anticipating on spending about $175... I came back and the bill was about $225. Which, really, $50 isn't that big of a deal... but what was concerning was
So the second part of our 35th day, we drop the camper off to get some repairs done, and then make our way to the Olympic National Park. It was one of the most spectacular places I have ever been to. I couldn't quite capture the true beauty of it, but I tried my best. ;-) If you're ever in Washington, make sure you visit this phenomenal rainforest. On another note, I compare Walmart brand shoes
For the first part of the 35th day, I take some time to give you guys an update on how the WiFiRanger and the weBoost have been working for me... neither of which have anything very good to report on. I also talk about what I've discovered is the best way to power our camper, and, spoiler: it's not using solar. Towing a Rockwood Geo Pro with a Honda Pilot Subscribe: http://... Check out our
So on day 34, I discover that, the night previous when I had to make a U-turn, I ended up damaging two of the campers stabilizing jacks. I also noticed the spare tire underneath the camper is no longer sitting flush with the frame, but I don't see any apparent damage that is causing it. Probably just another thing breaking on the camper, all by itself. Towing a Rockwood Geo Pro with a Honda
Our 33rd day was spent traveling to Olympia, WA, and along the way we went ahead and stopped at the Tacoma RV Center - doing some wishful RV window shopping. We have been so disappointed and frustrated with the Rockwood Geo Pro. I have stumbled across so many issues with the Geo Pro 19FBS... I am very regretful that I went with this camper. So, we looked at a Winnebago. It weighs only 500lbs