I love this turnout when coming from the west to Mr. Rushmore. The view is different from the “regular” one. Never get tired of stopping here.
We read a story last summer about touring small Vermont farms to sample cheeses. Mostly stayed in State Parks where Hookups are rare. Some farms were far off main roads but the Navion goes everywhere, except thru low covered bridges. Great Fall trip
We left Michigan in our new Winnebago Via 25P on March 11, 2014. After traveling from the east coast to the west, 10,000 miles, we arrived back in Michigan in October, 2014. This is our Via at Warren Dunes State Park located on Lake Michigan.
My wife and I just completed a trip in our Via 25T visiting 3 of the National Parks in Utah: Capitol Reef, Bryce and Zion. We drove the Via through all of the parks and stayed at campgrounds in the park or just outside. Fabulous scenery.
Recent trip to National Parks in Utah.
It’s a sunny day before Easter as a German family on vacation in an Apollo Rental Minnie Winnie pulls over for a magnificent view in Zion National Park.
On the way from Massena, NY to Corpus Christi, TX my co-pilot and I stopped at the Clinton Library in Little Rock, AR.
Purchased a 2014 Navion 24J and took delivery the last week of September 2013. We headed south to enjoy the trees changing color. Had a great first trip. Now waiting for the Minnesota snows to melt so we can get back on the road.
In 2010 we decided we’d make the trip from central Oregon to Big Bend National Park in Texas in our 36 ft. Journey towing our Jeep. The park was well worth the experience but as we headed toward Houston, somehow thanks to MapQuest we found ourselves on the Sam Houston toll highway. Toll highways don’t exist in Oregon and we kept hoping for an exit, however pretty quickly we found ourselves approaching a toll plaza and had little time to figure out which lane was for RVs. It became obvious when the toll booth attendant began to wave her arms wildly at our approach that we weren’t going to fit through the lane – in fact, we blocked the entire width of the lane. As the passenger, I had just enough room to climb out the entry door and ran back to the Jeep to “steer” as we backed up slowly inch by inch. In the meantime, other attendants were flagging down approaching cars so they wouldn’t hit us and still others closing adjacent lanes so we could finally get over to the truck lane. We were very embarrassed but grateful for the help to survive our stupidity. Needless to say, sometimes MapQuest is WRONG and toll booths aren’t built for motor homes.