I'm still on the road! It's been over two years since I've written. I won't beat that one to death, but, it's just hard for me to focus on too many things at once. Additionally, and honestly, I've just not felt motivated to wright. Good enough of an honest excuse, hey?
So, I'll summarize two years in a succinct post followed by some fun travel pictures as of late. I've been putting most of my focus on eking out a living, while figuring out how to ditch third party teacher marketplaces and finally make it as a solopreneur. For those of you who don't know, I teach homeschoolers online classes for math enrichment (MathArt) and science. MathArt is focused on mathematics connections with the natural world, science, art, history, and architecture. Here's my new website which I launched this past July.
It's not been easy trying to make a go of my own online business. Mainly because of doing everything myself and trying to learn online marketing. Online marketing has got to be the hardest thing I've every tried to learn and continues to be such. I hired a coach this fall, who has been helping me immensely get my sales funnel in place. But, it's taking me time to get everything set up between landing pages, email sequences, and freebie offers for email capture.
And to throw in a monkey wrench, I had a large 4" fibroid growing in my uterus found in April '17. I just had a hysterectomy two weeks ago to have it along with two other surprise fibroids removed. It was done robotically, with the famed da Vinci Robot. Otherwise, I might not have had such a speedy recovery as I'm experiencing now. I'm deeply grateful to the Northern Inyo Hospital its rather remarkable staff and my amazing doctor, Doctor Lara J. Arndal, for having the skill and expertise to do what she did to now give me a better quality of life. Of course now, I believe I'll never need another thing done in my body for the rest of my life - not another surgery, no more GYN visits (yaaay)..nothing. Nada. Heck, I won't even need compulsory health insurance again, right?! I hope and wish so!
My aging dog Rochelle, is well, feeling and showing her age, now at 10 years, albeit, very beautifully. I just love her silver gray coat, short or long. She's been the sweetest and most amiable companion on the road now going on 5 years as of May '18. We mainly have been traveling a short corridor between the CA and AZ southwest desert for the winters and then head to the eastern Sierras for spring and summer. It saves on driving and wear and tear on my 2001 e350 converted van dubbed the Green Queen. She's like a magic machine. Universe/God has been so gracious to me as she still runs like a dream, of which I NEED her to. It only takes me a full day of driving to get back and forth from the desert to the eastern Sierras, which I like. Both the desert and eastern Sierras have become my home for the past 4 and 1/2 years I've been on the road.
Our nomadic community is growing in leaps and bounds. Just go to YouTube and you'll meet tons of them starting their own channels. A huge deal right now are nomads creating DIY and Vlogs about living out of a car, Van or RV. A few I follow include Carolyn's RV Life, Panda Monium, Caravan Carolyn, and Simply Lesa.
I may yet join the ranks of serious YouTubers, but, I'm not promising anything yet. It's a HUGE commitment if I want to see big results. I have a YouTube channel, but, mainly I use it for my unlisted classes which I cannot publicize, since my students are in it. If I do anything serious with it, I'm thinking of combining my travels with nature watching and studies for my homeschool students. Perhaps I'll even try to reach the nomadic homeschoolers or "roadschoolers" as they call themselves. You never know! But, video is becoming HUGELY impactful.
That's my life in somewhat of a nutshell. Thanks for reading, and I hope to be motivated like this again soon. After surgery, I stayed for two weeks with my amazing new friend and adopted sister, Jaimie and her dog Jackson. Her amazing hospitality along with the handywork of Dr. Arndal have sped my healing. As of yesterday, I moved back into my van and today is my first full day living in my van since my surgery on Monday, Nov. 27, 2017.
I'm just amazed at how quickly I can rap out a post. Why not do it more often?!
Enjoy the pics of our travels this year! Until next time, virtual hugs!
Gloria and Rochelle
Well, technically, my "horse" is may camper van, which has a name, the "Green Queen". But, I just love the song by America, "A Horse With No Name", and I'm adding it to my yearly migration/tradition to watch the video each year when we arrive back to the desert. I may even try to learn the words better myself and sing it to Rochelle sometimes in the morning.
Things are going really well. We're in southern Arizona, not far from Quartzsite, AZ. The temperatures have been perfection, in the upper 60's, low 70's and in the 40's at night. This has been truly a splendid place to spend the winter!
This year, I've not been such a loner but spending a lot of time with the Rubber Tramp Rendezvous folks. It's really been great actually living in community again. Last year, I spent most of my time alone so I could focus on building/writing curriculum for my classes. This year, I'm trying to bring back and have more community in my life and try to balance my work with living among a community again. So far, I'm able to manage the balance. Thankfully, I do tend to have a strong work ethic to work the balance. It can be hard sometimes though. Many folks out here in the full time RVing community are retired and have more time to "play", and it's tempting to want to just "go play", but, I must stay focused. I have my fortune yet to win . I hope to win financial freedom in the next five years. We shall see! The challenge is on!
The following photos are some of the amazing scenes I enjoy on my daily walks with Rochelle and our friends. I captured two rather remarkable sunsets among many that were amazing. I hope you enjoy the show!
Well, it was two weeks sooner than I would have liked to journey south to the low desert in Quartzsite, but, my solar controller decided to stop controlling the amount of sunlight it lets in to charge my now one battery. So, when the reader read 16.00 when it should have only been reading 14.02, and the previous day, one of my batteries had bubbled over, thus making it useless, I decided to cut my 395 hot tub tour short and make my descent southward. Ug. Higher temperatures than Rochelle and I are used to. Today's temps are in the upper 80's. I'm not a fan of heat, especially when neither fan is working.
How do we keep cool in a dark green campervan? I found some fairly decent shade, all the windows and doors are open that have screens on them and I periodically apply water to mine and Rochelle's heads. Thus far it's all working and we haven't melted. We can sit outside the van in the shade during the hotter afternoon sun too. There are options when fans don't work, I know. But, I want my fans back up and running and will aim to get them fixed or new ones bought.
Tomorrow I make may way to Discount Solar in Quartzsite, AZ, and they'll hopefully be able to either fix the controller or have me send it to the Blue Sky manufacturer under my 5-year warranty. Gulp. I hope they can fix it under the 5-year warranty, because otherwise, I'll be depending on public places like Burger King, McD's or the library to keep my devices charged if I can't charge stuff on my own, if the controller is sent off . So, we'll see how things go. Enough about my details of life and onward to the more picturesque, interesting and beautiful places I've had the chance to enjoy on my way back to the desert.
After our remarkable one-day visit to Yosemite, we stayed one more night at Mono Lake. Now here's a pretty view!
And another with a close-up of some tufa.
And just where does this long boardwalk lead to? Our next destination!
A gracious relaxation time before the "storms" of life hit....ahhh! Now, this truly is THE LIFE here at Pulky's Pool, at the Mammoth Lakes hot springs. ALL FREE!
The views are exquisite!
Rochelle thinks so too!
Here I am sporting my new Sam's Club Polar sunglasses. I don't step out of doors without them anymore. I actually don't even need the hat, but, extra protection is a good thing. Preserving the eyesight with this outdoor lifestyle is paramount!
Than from the Mammoth Lakes hot springs it was south to Bishop, CA again. It was so nice to revisit our old camps and visit a new place called the Buttermilk Country or just the Buttermilks.
And a relaxing morning and afternoon at Keogh Hot springs, with one of the springs to ourselves before heading down to Lone Pine.
Here is our return to Lone Pine with that same view of the Sierra Nevadas. Same dog, shorter fur.
From here, it was a drive to San Bernardino with a noisy overnight in a city Walmart parking lot. San Bernardino is a beautiful city with lovely mountains and green vegetation, but a very bustling place. It was too much stimulation after all the wilderness experiences. I couldn't wait to leave it. So, it was just a quick overnight, a little shopping and a jump on the road for the last leg of this journey to Quartzsite!
It is hard to even pick a photo from my mediocre batch to describe this infinitely beautiful and magical kingdom, Yosemite National Park! This is a trip I shall never forget and never stop yearning to return again and again to explore her endless treasures.
The day started at my camp at Mono Lake in Lee Vining, CA. Mono Lake isn't a shabby place either. Check out some of these lovely sun rise photos. I was here earlier this past spring and had taken some photos (I've meant to post) of the famed tufa towers of which you can faintly see dotting the shore.
Rochelle and I struck out for Yosemite at 9:30 am. Up, up and away we went into the majestic mountains and scenery that frequently left me misty eyed, with a longing ache in my heart to stay as long as I could.
One thing that really transfixed me, were the streams, creeks and rivers!
The play of light and water here is rather whimsical....like liquid gold.
And sometimes, it was just tough knowing what setting to use to really capture her majesty's truest colors. Is it this setting.......
or this one that captures it all best. Hmmmmm.
I always love coming across water falls. It just seemed at every turn, there was some other surprise, Yosemite would dazzle me with. Yosemite has some pretty famous waterfalls, of which I'll need to return to view and photograph in the future!
Rochelle and I explored a little of Tenaya Lake.
More liquid gold.
Since having a summer at the beach in Oregon, Rochelle now loves to get her paddy paws wet at every opportunity. Thankfully, there were no signs prohibiting dogs. Most trails don't allow dogs. But, this part of the kingdom, I knew she'd at least need to be leashed.
And the mountains!
Below is Lembert Dome which is so unique as the rock face "slides" all the way into the ground, and well is the ground too. Fascinating.
Until I can enter your kingdom again, your majesty, Yosemite, farewell and may your beauty endure for countless generations as generations help protect you!
Here's a summary of our latest travels. We left the coast for three weeks to enjoy the Portland area visiting friends and enjoying this hip city. I felt like I fit right in. I'll be returning soon!
Here we are while I was on vacation in August, enjoying some hiking through Forest Park, one of the largest city parks ever!
Here's the Wildwood trail in Forest Park with sun spilt lighting on the forest floor. What a glorious forest!
I really enjoyed the Alberta area in Portland. The dog and I enjoyed the annual Alberta artist's street fair and a few nice eateries (oh the eateries of Portland....don't get me started) at Fuel with my new friend Nikki and then during the street bazaar I enjoyed a $10 buffet at Enzo's Cafe. The street art above was so much fun to see while on one of our morning neighborhood walks.
I didn't eat here, but, I will one of these days. I love how these Portland restaurant owners could just work out of a camper or an RV. Sweet! My kind of folks!
Then it was back to the Oregon coast where we are now. Check out these gorgeous days we've been having here! Of course, as I'm writing this now, it's raining. But, it's not rained in a few weeks, so, we're due for some rain!
Rochelle loves sniffing and crunching down on muscles....dead or alive. Funny pooch! I only wanted her to sniff this one as it was a photo prop. I was mesmerized by its iridescense.....
Of which I tried to capture here. I needed more sun to capture it the way I wanted, as it was an overcast day.
Here's my Rochelle as she skips out of the way of a few little crashing waves. My baby is a bit shy of water, but, she's growing more fond of water and is even becoming fond of it during these long beach walks.
Here's a rather remarkable picture as she's bravely traversing a pool up to her knees. Notice the ghost-like fella in the upper left. I think that was the same young man that greeted us while he skimmed for pool critters.
We've been walking about two miles a day back and forth to these tide pools. Low tide is our favorite, when I can catch it during my busy teaching & teaching prep schedule.
Our Friday, late morning, August 29th walk view as soon as we got down to the beach.
By the end of our August 29 hike, the sky was turning overcast and misty. We were fortunate to enjoy a pleasant, sunny beach walk this Labor Day weekend with more opportunities coming! It's better at the beach!
Rochelle Claire dog and I, June 2014 at Florence, OR.
Rochelle & I have been exploring the coast. I have had a great ache to see the Pacific since I started life as an RVer. Finally, we've arrived at the coast! We're sticking to the Oregon coast for now to enjoy the lower than California gas prices, plus, I want to meet up with friends in Portland, OR. I'm in love with the coast and the PERFECT 70 degree temperatures. I don't want to go inland for very long. The key time to do the coast appears to be June, July and August, the hottest days of the year. Either that or the mountains. We'll I've been in the mountains since March, so, it's been time for a change! Enjoy my photo journey below.
A very, very, happy, frolicsome dog, indeed! When I mention the word "beach" now, I see two velvety grey ears jump up in excitement. This is Rochelle & I's first day meeting the Pacific.
A selfie with the Florence, OR jetty dunes.
Some beautiful "drizzled sand" beach art. Made by hands or the waves?
Some lovely Foxgloves we found in Florence, OR, near the river. These lovely flower bunches were found all around the river and swampy areas. I've never seen them in the wild like this before.
View from Sea Lion Caves 8 miles or so north of Florence, OR.
Same view but a different angle and without the trees.
Gorgeous view from Sea Lion Caves. This is the path down to the caves, which I opted out of visiting since it wasn't free. He he. It's all about free and cheap, but mostly free these days for me. But, what a million dollar view!
Another awesome view from Sea Lion Caves of Big Blue!
On our way up the coast, we also found some very lush rainforest-like forests!
Yachats, OR rocky shore with part of this small beach town in the background. A very charming place!
Yachats, OR beach at low tide.
Yachats, OR storefronts. Charming, indeed!
And just when I thought I couldn't be charmed anymore!
Almost every camp is my favorite camp, it seems these days. Here in the southwest, when the desert heats up, I'm probably one of the first RVers to head for the hills....NO, the mountains! My favorite temperatures for living in a dark colored campervan are mid 50's to low 70's. So, with higher elevation comes nice, cooler temperatures, which I seek out of necessity, during the hottest months of the year.
Right now, my top choices are the mountains of Lake Tahoe and Mammoth Lakes. Here are a few fun photos of my recent travels to catch you up on some of my adventures.
This is Dog Valley near Verdi, NV. Such a lovely view to wake up to every morning for the week we were there! This is actually a view of it on a long descending hike into the valley.
Ahhh, much better lighting in this one. It pays to either rise up early morning to photograph, or be keenly aware near sunset (which was my choice for this photo) for nature photography. This is another view from camp of Dog Valley, Verdi, NV.
And another gorgeous view of Dog Valley right from camp. We stayed in this spot for 7 days enjoying this breath-taking view. We could have stayed for 14 days, but, I had a guilty conscience reserving the shooting range camp across from us for a friend that was delayed and not able to join us for another few weeks. No can listen to people shooting off ear drum cracking noises right next to my camp. One guy tried it and I asked him kindly if he'd move on to another shooting area. He said he thought I was out hiking. Thankfully, he was a real nice guy and moved on. So, it was onward to a new and just as spectacular camp with no worries of shooting ranges nearby.
Here's our next lovely camp near Stampede Reservoir just outside of Truckee, CA.
I loved the old time split rail fencing at this camp!
And this picnic table must be like a 100 years old! Notice the newly shaven dog in the background. That's my girl!
And its off to find a new camp! What a perfect way to go looking around the National Forest for the next camp. Ha ha! I wish. No, really, this was a unique opportunity I witnessed. While staying one night at Prosser Ranch campground, I awoke about 6 am to the sounds of people getting their hot air balloon ready for a Saturday morning ride! Which was perfect as it got me up and moving to look for our next gorgeous camp!
Here's our next camp in a truly wilderness area north of Lake Tahoe. This felt like the most remote camp I've ever been in. However, there were occasional hikers and bikers going by, so, I wasn't truly alone in the wild. I believe this forest may be an old growth forest.
Here are some lovely pine trees near our camp.
I've never been in an old growth forest, but, by the looks of some of the lichen growing on these trees, I believe these trees have been here at least hundreds of years.
Here's a closer view of what I'm talking about. Notice the beautiful furry looking green stuff growing on the branches. That's a type of lichen.
Lastly, here are some snow plants, a type of sarcode, near our latest camp. Sorry, I don't have photos yet of our latest camp. It's just a simple pull-off along a dirt road, so, nothing real unique, but, a nice quiet road, thankfully. We've been on tour around Lake Tahoe scoping out camps ahead of time for our upcoming visiting friends, Jill and her dog Ruthie. Currently, we're camped about 8 miles from the "old growth forest" camp, still north of Lake Tahoe. Until next time!
Rochelle Claire along a steep mountain goat trail off of Brunswick Canyon Road, Carson City, NV. Okay, it's not quite that romantic. It's just a motorcycle trail, but fun to hike when there are no motorcycles zooming along it.
It's not really been a whirlwind tour, I just thought that was a fun title. We've been allotted up to 14 days (and some places up to a month) per camp we've visited, so, it's been a slow, easy pace northward up 395. It's obviously been a while since I've posted, so, I'll summarize our travels below in photos.
Lone Pine, CA - This was one of my favorite places for long hikes. One Friday I decided to be ambitious and Rochelle and I hiked up this same road and looped right around back to camp. Our goal was to reach those mountains in the distance. Well, they are a lot further than they look. Two hours later a very thirsty and tired woman and dog arrived back in camp. I did bring food and drink, but, nevertheless, our feet ached and we didn't reach the mountains. Next time around!
March 14, 2014 - Hello, readers! It's yours truly still at Lone Pine, CA taking a selfie. "Selfie" is a new, but probably old term I've recently added to my vocabulary.
Lone Pine, CA, March 23, 2014 hike prep - Yours truly again this time ready for those pesky gnats! I'm so glad I spent the money and got a roll of this no-see-um netting. I've made my own campervan screening out of it too! Just clip it up and around the door seal and batta boom! A simple screen doorway! Keep them buggers out and peace within!
Bishop, CA, March 29, 2014 - Ahhh! Another hot spring! This is Keough Hot Sprong aka the "Hot Ditch" as I was told the locals call it. There's a paid version, but I prefer free and natural! I visited here once a week on Saturdays for a about a month.
Bishop, CA, Bishop Park, March 29, 2014 - This was another favorite visit of the dog and I. Bishop is another RV friendly town, so full timers, you might want to mark that down. They willingly let folks overnight camp at the main grocery store, Vons. We did so for a week between stays on BLM land to stretch out our time in Bishop. Vons is a decent parking lot, but the midnight sweeper can take some getting used to on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Bishop, CA March 29, 2014 - Lenticular clouds! I have a special fascination with this pretty prevalent southwest, USA phenomena.
Wild Willy's Hot Spring, near Lake Crowley, CA April 20, 2014 - This isn't snow, my friends, this is mineral salts left behind by drought. It dries your skin to the touch. This is one of the back routes to Wild Willy's Spring.
Wild Willy's Hot Spring
Okay, that's enough catch up for now. There's more to come!
Ahhhh! A steep climb and long soak!
I know I'm actually blogging twice this month. Can you believe it? I can't. With a new 8-week session of classes starting up tomorrow, I have a ton of work to do yet, including trying to publish my latest PowerPoint and activity guide about famed tessellations artist, M.C. Escher. But, I can't resist sharing my experience I had at Remington Hot Springs.
I found Remington Hot Springs online at
I thought I would try both the camping experience and a soak or two. My right knee had an unexpected soreness to it and so this was perfect timing to go soak in some hot springs.
I got to soak twice in two days. Since I really need my space, peace, quiet and privacy, it wasn't happening for me to camp overnight in the parking lot that's mentioned in the above link. I found a pull off with someone's van broke down in it with a note saying to please not tow and they'd be back for it. What a perfect spot! He/she wouldn't be back for their van anytime soon (I could tell by the pile of clothes laying on next to it) and no one else was going to try to squeeze into the spot with us. Rochelle and I enjoyed two days in this nice pull off across the street from and about a 1/4 mile hike down the mountain to the hot tubs!
The long 1/4 mile descent down switchback trails wasn't as harrowing as I had thought it would be. Although, with a sore knee, I moved down it at about a snails pace to be on the safe side. Plus, I did not bring my dog Rochelle as she would have pulled me down the mountainside, since pets have to be leashed. She was on patrol duty back at the van to keep things safe. These paths had been worn down for ions, probably established by the Native Americans, no doubt!
This is the first tub I encountered. It was the perfect size to fit 1 person or 2 very closely connected people. I love the yellow scrub brush giving us a hint! Not far up from this pool, there was a young man living out of his tent with his puppy. Lucky fellows!
Here we come upon the hottest of the main area of pools. This handmade beauty was regulated at 104 degrees. It could accommodate up for three people sitting sideways. When I arrived on Thursday, March 6, there was one skyclade gentleman sitting in this one, and two men in bathing suits sucking down beer and tossing the cans over my head in the pool to the right of this one. What an intro, indeed! The gentlemen in the "hot pool" was named Bill and was the builder of the three large pools. Very cool!
Here you can see all three pools, all with varying temperatures, with the Kern River in the background. The next day, I tried hard to "beat the crowds" and got down to the pools in the morning. There were two Asian ladies chatting away. I quite enjoyed hearing them in the background, talking in their language sometimes softly, medium, then loudly, then softly again. It actually was a comfort having folks down there that weren't drinking. The night before, had it not been for Bill's presence, I would have left the two drinking men behind and not hung out alone with them. Bill felt safe to me to be around, plus he has a staked interest in making sure the pools are taken care of, since he made them!
I took this photo on my way back up the mountain to get back to camp. Whew! My heart sure hammered making my way back up. This gal needs to get into better shape! I know it was very healthy for my heart and body to do this challenge.
I Shall return!
I am going to make sure I come back here soon, probably next weekend, and stay for 1 - 3 days! I already have my next camping spot scoped out. I can't wait!
The journey that led me to Sequoia National Forest
This is my first year as "full timer" as folks like me that live on the road call it. All through the winter I tried to get my game plan as to where I'd spend the summer months. I could not very well hang out in 120 degree weather in the desert, so, plan I must. My leaving the desert was strategic too, because desert temperatures were growing rather too warm, in addition, my big Maxx Air ceiling fan is now out of commission. So, we left Joshua Tree National Park for cooler weather two weekends ago.
California seems to have the strongest appeal for me right now. Between the Pacific Ocean (which I have yet to meet) and the giant sequoias, I have my journey mapped out. But, as "full timers" say, all plans are "set in jello". This means, I could change my route at anytime. And, why not? I have my home on 4 wheels. So long as I can afford the gas to get there, I can go wherever I please, within a few limitations.
What are my camping "must haves"?
"Must haves" for me, include the following priorities:
I prefer to be as close as possible to great shopping, yet still be in a natural, quiet setting for camping. I prefer shopping that offers stores like Trader Joe's and Sam's Club. I just became a member with Sam's Club and I've learned the new art of stocking up for 2 -3 months at a time on staple foods for half the price I was paying to stock up at Walmarts! Now, I just need to be about 20 minutes from a small town, like Lake Isabella for things like gas, trash dumping and to pick up a loaf of bread, do laundry or restock toiletries. Currently, I'm 10 minutes from town, and this has been convenient! When we stayed at Joshua Tree National Park, we were a 40 minutes drive from the nearest cities. The good thing about that, is that it kept me from spending money to be out in the middle of nowhere!
The Sequoia National Forest, Lake Isabella, CA!
So, I chose the Sequoia National Forest, Lake Isabella area for my late winter to early spring stay. Why? The weather is PERFECTION and the scenery is spectacular. We have everything we need here. Everyday, it's been in the upper 60's to low 70's with night time temperatures in the 40's. We've had one rainy weekend. Hopefully, we'll get more, since CA is in a bad drought. In the mean time, we're enjoying cloudy and sunny, cool days. We haven't seen any of the sequoia trees yet, but, I'm hoping to visit 100 Giants about a 1/2 hours drive from our current camp. I will save that for my spring break so I can really enjoy it. Below are some photos that have led me to my current camp. I hope you enjoy them!
Quartzsite, AZ - The RV mecca in the US. Every year hundreds of thousands of both full time and part-time "snow birds" head for Quartzsite. And watch out for when the "big tent" goes up, because you can hardly get up the road from the choking traffic. That's when I head out of town for some peace, quiet and sanity!
Slab City, USA - The last "free land"! This is another place snowbirds go to stay for the winter in the desert. It's free for as long as you want to stay, but, there can be quite the characters here and you should take pre-cautions. A very cool place to visit. I stayed for 5 days. This image is of "Salvation Mountain", which was put together by another full timer who recently passed away.
Slab City, USA - The Shoe Tree! It's another tourest attraction here. People who don't want their shoes anymore can decoratively attach them to this rather gracious tree and be done with them. I had fun angling the camera up into the blue, blue sky!
Mittry Lake, AZ - We stayed here for one night on our way back up to Quartzsite for Bob Wells' famous RTR or Rubber Tramp Rendezvous.
Kofa Wildlife Refuge - This was one of my favorite places to camp. It has probably been the most peaceful of all places to stay since I began my travels last May '13. The desert mountain views are spectacular here!
Joshua Tree National Park - The sunsets were out of this world gorgeous!
Joshua Tree National Park - We even had our own mailbox!
Painted Canyon, CA - This was a rock mountain and giant boulder heaven. I felt so tiny amidst such giants!
The Kern River, Sequoia National Forest, CA - This was our first night's camp here! Gorgeous view! But, since it tended to be a party area, we left for higher ground.
Sequoia National Forest - Rochelle enjoying the views!
Remington Hot Springs, CA - This is our latest camp. I have to trek down a pretty steep climb to get to these pools, but the climbs back and forth are well worth it. Our current campsite is about a 12 minute walk down to the pools.
I'm Natureglo, founder of Natureglo's eScience! I'm an avid nature lover, photographer, hiker, full time camper and an online teacher.