RV Travel editor travels through smoky West


“… forest fires are burning up the West, and I have often felt like I was in a bad L.A. smog,” writes RV Travel editor Chuck Woodbury in this weekend’s newsletter. “In the gorgeous campground at Craters of the Moon National Monument in southern Idaho, where I should have seen a million stars in the night sky, I saw one. The smoke was thick. My eyes hurt. That campground cost me $5 with my old person’s discount. It was a great deal except for the smoke.” Read more by clicking here.

Photo: Chuck Woodbury’s campsite at Craters of the Moon National Monument. (RVTravel.com)

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