Posts By: Peggy Denby

Peggy Denby

Alaska in General

By on August 13, 2017

2,077 miles after leaving Polson, MT, we arrive in Tok, Alaska, the first “town” after crossing over the state border.  But, before we go on about each of our Alaska adventures, now is a good time to introduce Alaska in

The Yukon

By on July 23, 2017

Watson Lake, our first stop in the Yukon, is home of the very interesting, Sign Post Forest. This attraction began in 1942 when a homesick US Army engineer erected a sign bearing the name and distance from his hometown of

Driving Through British Columbia and Alberta, Canada

By on July 18, 2017

The four of us left Polson, Montana, on June 7 heading for Alaska.  We arrived in Tok, Alaska, on June 22.  Let’s get started on that 16-day trip. Our first stop was in Ft. Steele, BC, a small town of

Wyoming and Montana

By on July 11, 2017

We spent our first weekend in Wyoming, in Casper.  Nice RV park, by the Platte river, with no grass.  The “grassy” spots for each site were artificial grass; had not seen that before.  The town of Casper, population of 60,000,

Columbia, MO to Ft. Collins, CO

By on July 3, 2017

We spent only one day in Columbia, MO, primarily to see the campus of Mizzou.  The campus is beautiful and we learned the significance of the columns; they originally supported the first building on the campus, built around 1841.  The

Getting Outta’ Florida, Heading North

By on May 27, 2017

After a wonderful time “wintering” in Florida, we happily head north to get work done on the coach, visit family, friends and doctors.  Our first stop is back to a much-loved spot, Gulf Shores.  We visited with a friend who

Florida’s Forgotten Coast

By on April 13, 2017

Continuing to live the “Salt Life” and lovin’ it, we headed up the coast a short distance to Port St. Joe, to a wonderful RV park on the bay which had its own marina. We were just feet from the

Cedar Key, Carrabelle – Florida’s Nature Coast

By on March 23, 2017

Leaving Ocala, we drove directly back to the coast to Cedar Key, happy to get back to the water. As we traversed the bridge to Cedar Key, we saw the most beautiful sight, miniature islands rising up all around. Cedar

Florida’s Sun Coast – Tampa, St. Pete, Clearwater

By on February 23, 2017

RV Parks in Florida are busy this time of year as the “snowbirds” are flocking in.  We finally found a spot in the little town of Holiday, not too far from the Tampa/St. Pete area. Tampa is the largest of

Naples To Sarasota, Florida’s Southwest Coast

By on February 14, 2017

The 75-mile stretch called Alligator Alley, a straight line between Florida’s East and West coasts, could be a boring drive.  However, swamp land on both sides of the road makes it interesting because of the varied water fowl flying, nesting