Easy Car Camping Recipes: Breakfast Quesadilla

One of the most common requests I get is to cook more and show more recipes, so in this video I show how to make a delicious and hearty (though perhaps not terribly healthy) breakfast quesadilla. It’s an especially great meal for chilly mornings. It’s cheap and easy to make. What more can you ask for? (Click here if you can’t see the video below.)

The End of My SUV Camping Adventure

All good things must come to an end, and in this video I finish up my monthlong SUV camping road trip. (Click here if you can’t see the video below.)

GPS Coordinates
* Ross Falls trailhead: 42.2166, -114.2876
* Ross Falls: 42.2148, -114.2898
* FS Flats: 42.1540, -114.2586
* Phantom Falls trailhead: 42.1085, -114.1265
* Phantom Falls: 42.0913, -114.1313
* Window Arch: 42.0760, -113.7173
* Campsite: 41.951767, -113.328352

Flying Cameras, Sandboarding & More in Southern Idaho!

In this video I check out some of the best and most beautiful areas that southern Idaho has to offer. I was really impressed with this part of the state and found several areas that I’d like to go back to in the future. (Click here if you can’t see the video below.)

GPS COORDINATES
* Oolite Interpretive Trail: 42.840935, -116.117302
* Box Canyon State Park: 42.709855, -114.791879
* Balanced Rock: 42.547313, -114.958352
* Campsite: 42.300782, -114.350618

(Mis)Adventures in Oregon and Idaho

In today’s video I explore some stunning natural landscapes in far eastern Oregon, check out an amazing waterfall in Idaho, find some incredible campsites that ultimately don’t work out, and have a couple of uncomfortably close animal encounters. (Click here if you can’t see the video below.)

GPS COORDINATES
* Charbonneau Grave: 42.951990, -117.339263
* Leslie Gulch: 43.298921, -117.269965
* Owyhee Reservoir: 43.321973, -117.328647
* Succor Creek: 43.472184, -117.123493
* Jump Creek Falls: 43.476924, -116.925027
* Celebration Park: 43.299834, -116.522404
* Buggy canyon rim campsites: 43.2355, -116.3676
* Campsite: 43.241047, -116.353948

One of America’s Greatest Drives!

Mountain drives! Wild horses! A hunt for Native American rock art! Volcanic craters! This video has it all! I continue to explore SE Oregon and have a great time doing it, even though unexpected private lands foil my plans on a few occasions. (Click here if you can’t see the video below.)

GPS COORDINATES
* Krumbo Reservoir rock art boulder: 42.9564, -118.8369
* Lava Pit Crater: 43.0758, -118.7569
* East Twin Crater: 43.0974, -118.8060
* Malheur Maar: 43.1040, -118.8165
* Campsite: Approximately 42.8420, -117.6926

How I Use a Tablet on My Vandwelling and Car Camping Adventures

I’ve been traveling in very remote areas for the past week and a half and haven’t had the time or internet bandwidth to edit and upload a travel vlog, so I threw together this little video showing how I use my cheapo tablet when I’m on the road. Expect a full-length video sometime in the next week. (Click here if you can’t see the video below.)

THINGS MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO
* Fire 7 tablet from Amazon – This tablet retails for $50 but can be had for around $35 on Prime Day and Black Friday, among other days.
* eTopxizu Keyboard Case For Fire 7 – Note that I think the tablet I have is the previous generation than the one I linked to above, and I’m not positive that the case will fit the newest generation. It may fit, or there may be a newer model available.
* SanDisk 64GB micro SD card

(All of these are Amazon affiliate links)

Cooking, Showering, Geysers & More!

In this video I spend some time doing chores around camp, find a geyser in the middle of a southeastern Oregon field, stop by a beautiful saltwater lake, and begin driving up one of the premier mountain roads in the country. (Click here if you can’t see the video below.)

RELEVANT LINKS (Amazon affiliate links)
* The stove I use
* The shower I use
* The shower tent I use
* The camera I use

GPS COORDINATES
* Old Perpetual Geyser: 42.222196, -120.369154
* Lake Abert wildlife viewing area: 42.5469, -120.2144
* Sign at the start of the Steens Mountain loop: 42.8094, -118.8680
* Campsite: 42.752409, -118.642437

Climbing a Volcano

In this video I climb one of the most prominent and striking mountains in southern Oregon. It also happens to be a huge volcano! (Click here if you can’t see the video below.)

LINKS

GPS COORDINATES

Hello Oregon!

In this video I head back into northern California’s Lava Beds National Monument to hike up a cinder cone and to check out the largest collection of Native American petroglyphs I’ve ever seen. I then cross into Oregon, run some errands in Klamath Falls, and head out of town to find a campsite in the national forest. (Click here if you can’t see the video below.)

GPS COORDINATES
* Schonchin Butte: 41.738123, -121.529107
* Petroglyph Point: 41.845267, -121.391264
* Tule Lake Segregation Center: 41.886868, -121.371719
* Campsite: 42.404367, -122.215537