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About Rich Adventures with Rich and Tammy

My wife Tammy and I left the rat race to pursue our dreams of Camp Hosting fulltime in our RV at beautiful destinations across this country.

Carson Peak Trek

Well I finally got up the nerve to attempt the hike to the summit of Carson Peak. It is a climb of 3,700′ from Silver Lake. There is only a trail for the first three miles. After you get to … Continue reading

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Reversed Peak hike

Today Charlie and I trekked up to the top of Reversed Peak near June Lake. I was concerned about the smoke from the Lions fire near Mammoth but the wind must have shifted today because it was crystal clear. I … Continue reading

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Parker Lake Hike

I have wanted for several years now to hike to Parker Lake from Silver Lake instead of the official trailhead which is about 12 miles drive from here. The hike from Silver Lake goes over a tall ridge but is … Continue reading

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Yosemite!

After six years Tammy and I finally made it to Yosemite. We have talked about getting over there every summer but never made it. It is fairly close as the crow flies but it is actually a 2.5 hr drive … Continue reading

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Working and playing at SLR

We have settled into our routine here at Silver Lake. There are 4 days of work and then 3 days off which is real nice after only having 2 days off at our last job. I am working hard keeping … Continue reading

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Silver Lake Resort

We have arrived at our summer resort job! We are excited to be back at Silver Lake Resort, a place in the High Sierras of California that we last worked for four years ago. We were RV park hosts then … Continue reading

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Tiny House in Yuma

Tammy and I are relaxing at our new tiny house in Yuma, Arizona. We call it a tiny house but it is actually called a Park Model, a small (10’x40′ max size) manufactured home designed for RV Parks, hence the … Continue reading

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