Saturday, May 31, 2014


Red Bluff CA (Low 52 Sunny High 82) 

Living fulltime in an RV and traveling the country is an amazing adventure. Our stop in Red Bluff really illustrates that point. It is amazing because in our bucket list of traveling Red Bluff would never have made the list. What we saw yesterday, Lassen Volcanic National Park, would also probably have never made anybody's bucket list. We happen to be in Red Bluff due to taking 150 mile chunks across the country but are so glad that we are because yesterday was an amazing day.

Fulltiming is also an adventure because you always encounter something new, but not always the good variety. We have an auxiliary fuel tank that the fuel cap started leaking. We now realize that it must have been due to the high altitude at our previous stops. We bought a new fuel cap that is supposed to be better but we must not have had it on tight enough because we get out to take photos at a spot and we smell a diesel smell. Checking around we see fuel leaking on the ground and in the truck bed. We pull the cap off and it is pressurized and try the old cap but it still leaks. We put the new cap on and tighten it real good and the leak stops.

Bob has a bunch of photos to go through from Lassen Volcanic National Park and it will be the subject of a future blog posting. After that it will probably be on your bucket lists. In the mean time here are two of the three cats that travel with us admiring their new backyard.

Fulltiming is an amazing adventure.

Till next time,

Bob and Jo


  1. We just enjoyed Lassen. The drive through the Park was spectacular.

  2. Yup. Th people we meet are real treasures too. Every day is an adventure, even if it is in new kinds of repairs!

  3. Looking forward to seeing the photos of Volcanic National Park. I have never heard of it.

    The little ones look so cute.

  4. The picture of your cats is a familiar sight. Our cats love to check out their new backyards too.

  5. LOVE the picture of your cats! And agree with you re: fulltiming! We will "mark" Durango RV Resorts in Red Bluff! Sounds like a neat park with easy access to bike trails! A keeper for us!