Whoa, it’s already November! When we originally planned this trip we were planning to travel from Mid-August until November. Good thing we got jobs and plans changed because we’re only in Oregon and it feels like we’ve been moving faster than we want.
October was an expensive month. We blame the rain in the Pacific Northwest and the fact that Seattle, the WA coast, and Vancouver are expensive areas. We’re excited to be in Oregon and get a little bit of a breather before heading to the money-sucking blackhole of California.
Here are the stats and expenses from October:
States/Provinces: 5 (MT, ID, WA, BC, OR)
Gallons of Gas: 255.8
Cost of Gas: $729.31
Avg MPG: 6.2
Cost of Campgrounds: $728.73
Nights of Free-Camping: 4
Loads of laundry: 8 (thanks Yujian, Brittany & Andrew!)
Breweries Visited: 19
Cool things we saw/did:
What’s Happening in November:
- Hopefully visiting Crater Lake in SE Oregon (if it’s not snowing there)
- Redwood National Park
- More of the Oregon and California coast
- Wine in Oregon
- Meeting up with Houda and Jenny in San Francisco
- Wine and Thanksgiving in Napa with Lisa
- Lake Tahoe
- MORE WINE!
If you haven’t noticed on the top menu, I created a google map of all the places we’ve been. Check it out here: Where We’ve Been.