Our team at Voyager is often between coffee shops, coworking spaces, and out on the open road with our laptops. It’s an amazing thing to have that type of freedom, but the lifestyle is definitely an art. Nothing will mess with your outdoor adventure like worrying about getting strong enough WiFi for your morning call when you should be hiking through a forest.
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Visiting or living in L.A. means you’ve got your hands full with things to do. The sprawling city is so full of events, attractions and every type of cuisine, it can be easy to forget about the beauty of the wilderness just outside city limits and some of the best outdoor hotspots to get some fresh air are just down the road.
We recently partnered with Voyages of Mine to compile a list of 6 amazing fall color drives, featuring routes near our Minneapolis, Portland and Nashville locations as you plan your pre-winter escape. Although the summer is almost over, we look ahead with excitement to the vibrant colors during this changing of the seasons. We embrace the cooler temps and brisk morning hikes with open arms.
The Portland area may take the cake in terms of how painful it is to narrow down just the 5 best places to camp. It’s a true choose-your-adventure scenario: do you want a breathtaking lake? Perhaps views of the tallest mountain in the state? Or maybe, old-growth forests that yield some of the most diverse wildlife you’ve ever seen?
Finding a campsite can be the most difficult part of a campervan trip. Possibly, the only difficult part! Over the past year, I’ve spent a lot of days on the road and camped in all sorts of places. Some of those places were pretty majestic, and some were not what you would call “Instagram-worthy”.