FYI, regarding your planned route through the Northwest and the Olympic Peninsula. Parts of Olympic National Park are accessed via tribal lands. Cape Flattery and Shi Shi Beach beyond Neah Bay go through the Makah Reservation, And Second Beach Trailhead near La Push are on the Quileute Reservation. Both tribes have indicated that closures due to Covid-19 will continue. Makah tribe has indicated closures through October 1 but could open sooner if conditions permit. Quileute tribe is closed at least through June 14th when they will re-evaluate. Lake Ozette Trails appear to be open with some restrictions North of Cape Alava on the Ozette Reservation..So it's time to put the LAWT (Little Awesome White Thing) on the road.
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Rough Schedule, subject to change once I roll.
Leaving Georgia May 12, 2021
Lake Tahoe June 12, 2021
Neah Bay, WA June 29, 2021
Mississippi Headwaters July 23, 2021
Home August 8, 2021
Anybody along this route interested in a meet up?
Great! Actually I'm probably leaving Colorado monday the 31th but you never know.There are plenty of spots waterfront at Storie Lake State Park in Las Vegas, New Mexico. ...
Their donuts were delicious, thanks for recommending. They also make fresh tortillas and the food smelled great, I must pace myself.Great! Actually I'm probably leaving Colorado monday the 31th but you never know.
Once upon a time (2006?) we stopped in Las Vegas, NM and the welcome center lady recommended Charlie's **** and Span. It was great! Not fancy but the food was obviously freshly prepared. I just checked and they are still there. Highly recommended.
Good looking van. What's that drum stick thing sticking up?
In May not so much. Yesterday & today passing through Capital Reef National Park one of the stops was full and a good bit of traffic. The fill fuel stations on & off of the interstate were packed.Hey,
How are things with the surge in travel? Especially now that everyone is traveling around the US instead of overseas.