In this very special video, my brother talks about buying the right RV at the right time during the pandemic.
Meet my brother, Steve, who lives in our home state of Alaska with his wife, Julie (and their delightful dachshund, Crumb). At the start of the pandemic last year, they bought a 1996 Callista Cruiser Class C motorhome and planned to travel the Lower 48 full time.
But COVID had other plans.
“Primrose” became just the right RV at the right time in their lives
Steve talks about:
- Discovering new places to visit in Alaska
- Fishing for salmon in Hope
- The importance of buying a quality Vintage RV
- Where “Primrose” got her name
- Traveling Alaska without tourists
- Clearing a stuck black water tank valve!
Visit the Alaska landmarks in this video
Primrose Campground, Milepost 17 on the Seward Highway. This campground in the Chugach National Forest includes 8 sites with no hookups. Hand-pumped water is available, plus pit toilets, tables, fire pits, dumpsters, and a boat ramp.
The campground sits on Kenai Lake north of Seward, Alaska, and connects with the spectacular Primrose Trail, a hiker’s dream.
Seaview Cafe, RV Park & Campground in Hope, Alaska. This private campground is located at the mouth of Resurrection Creek, with stunning views across Turnagain Arm. RVers can catch a salmon, prep it on the community-provided cleaning stations, and roast it over the campfire. Delicious!