On Friday we pulled-up anchor from the Bay Area and hauled-ass as quickly as we could … our destination being a rendezvous with friends in a rather non-Bay Area like location. About 4.5 hours later and we arrived to a national forest campground outside of Portola, CA (about an hour NW of Reno, NV) with plans to spend the week with friends.
Away from the hustle and bustle of the Bay Area, and nestled in at just under 6,000 feet of elevation, we are back in our happy place. With friends and surrounded by a massive mountain lake, clean alpine air, and lots of tall pine trees, this spot is just the first of what will be a long string of national forest campgrounds we will be visiting over the next three months.
I noticed your name on Mike Key’s FB post and found your blog. It’s very clean, informative, and I’m a sucker for drone shots. I look forward to reviewing your past year and tagging along moving forward. It’s good to see how other fulltiming Airstreamers move through this liberating way of living.
Hi Jeff – thanks for reaching out. Appreciate the kinds words and hope you will enjoy following our adventures. Hope to paths cross at some point …
Cheers , _dave