Mustangjewelie
First trip of the season was the first weekend in June to Priest Lake in North Idaho. This was a solo trip as everyone is nervous about group camping with Covid concerns. Towed it 2 hours to the site and backed it up on my own without hitting any trees. 😁This was the first trip after winterizing/de-winterizing the trailer myself so I was curious to see if I would have any leaks in the water system. No worries! Took a shower, used the sink, etc. using city water and did not run into any problems. The weather was mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers but the weather broke enough to go on a hike and sit by the lake for a bit. I heard fellow campers walking by commenting on how cute the trailer is and wondering if it was retro inside too. I got up to invite them in to see but sore hips from hiking made me move too slowly and they were gone. I have a trip planned for Yellowstone in August and am equal parts excited and nervous about towing that far on my own and over mountain passes. It's a little under 500 miles from where I live in N. ID to the North Entrance. It was nice to have my first solo trip only a couple hours away. Can't wait to take her back out again!
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TravelerGuy
Beautiful photos!  Thanks!
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Dukeydrea
We had our first trip this weekend  too. Congratulations on your solo trip. What a great view 
Andrea
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mkevenson
Mustangjewelie, thanks for posting. Your pics are really nice. Sorry to hear about the rain, unless you like it, that is. Sounds like you are traveling solo. You aced the 2 hr drive, the next trip will just be several 2 hr drives, no worries. Please send pics of the Yellowstone trip. 
Happy Trails.
Mark
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Mustangjewelie
Thanks Mark! I appreciate that way of looking at the trip length! ðŸ˜„👍
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Tiki2some
Gorgeous location. And while it would look different in sun, I've found nature has its charms in all sorts of weather and often shows interesting sides of itself in more 'primal' weather that you don't see on those bright, sunny, blue sky days. So, it's all good! (IMO). Like others - can't wait to see pic from Yellowstone.
~ Linda & Bill
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