Posts By: Peggy Denby

Peggy Denby

The New Owners

By on August 15, 2018

Congratulations to Larry and Mary, new owners of our coach and tow car. We wish them safe travels!

A Fond Farewell

By on January 4, 2018

Leaving Utah, we drove through the beautiful state of Colorado.  We had been in Colorado before, but this time in a different part which was breathtakingly beautiful.  We drove through Garfield and Mesa Counties enjoying the landscape that was different

Nevada, Utah And Petrified Sand (Really?)

By on December 7, 2017

Two things about Reno attracted us:  One, we had never been there, and, Two, we had never heard anything nice about the city; therefore, we arrived in Reno not expecting much.  As Gomer Pyle used to say, Surprise, Surprise!  Reno


By on November 3, 2017

This was the first time we had visited Oregon, a beautiful state, particularly along the coast.  Some facts about the state are (1) 53% of the state is owned by the Federal Government (2) it is one of two states

Heading to the Lower 48

By on September 27, 2017

There is only one way in and one way out of Alaska – the Alaska Highway (ALCAN), so we are back in Tok to get on the Alcan going south, after 34 days in Alaska.  It took us 17 days

Valdez, Alaska

By on September 13, 2017

Our travel companion, Keith, said he was saving the best for last, and indeed, he did.  Valdez is beautiful.  The highway leading to Valdez is bordered by huge mountains, each containing at least one glacier, waterfalls (Horse tail and Bridal

Homer, Alaska

By on September 3, 2017

What a beautiful place, a town of about 6,000, located on the Kenai Peninsula.  Our RV Park was at the end of the Spit, a 4.5-mile narrow strip of land extending into Kachemak Bay.  Our RV faced the water where


By on August 22, 2017

Anchorage is a nice city with all services, population of 292,000.  Our friend, Paul came to visit us there and stayed several days.  The first thing we noted was the air was full of fuzzy stuff.  At first, we thought

Tok, Fairbanks & Denali

By on August 16, 2017

Here we are in Tok, Alaska, the first town on the Alaska Highway. Population of Tok is about 1,200 and was originally built as a road camp for workers on the Alaska Highway.  I don’t think it has changed much