Imagine this, the light is perfectly shining onto the rolling hills defined with woodland vegetation spread across the landscape. As the clouds build to a fluffy white peak in the sky, they nestle your bright sided new Oliver Travel Trailer.
Stories from Oliver Owners Touring All Over the Country.
By Mary Kay Cvacho We kicked off the rally Wednesday with an informal activity that we called, “Dessert by the Lake” where we all met at the Beach Pavilion and were treated to desserts, some of which were provided by Oliver vendors, and Oliver owners. It was a fun time to meet new friends and […]
An Oliver Travel Trailers' Journey To The Channeled Scablands By: Frank McMichael, Hull No.101 Dry Falls State Park The Dry Falls State Park and RV campground is in the coulee downstream from the Dry Falls that is a remnant of the Ice Age Flood. Mid-morning on Sunday, May 13, 2018 I pulled into the Park […]
An Oliver Travel Trailers' Journey To The Channeled Scablands By: Frank McMichael, Hull No.101 Pothole Coulee Pothole Coulee, one of the more dramatic Channeled Scabland features that helps illustrate how massive this Ice Age Flood was and how terrifyingly destructive it became as it traveled to the Columbia River. What you see is the basalt […]
An Oliver Travel Trailers' Journey To The Channeled Scablands By: Frank McMichael, Hull No.101 The picture below is a depiction of the western portion of the northern ice cap as it was slowly receding from the warming that started approximately 15,000 years ago. The eastern ice cap had descended further south than the western portion […]
An Oliver Travel Trailers' Journey To The Channeled Scablands By: Frank McMichael, Hull No.101 For more than two years I have been receiving treatment for stage four prostate cancer which had metastasized to six other places in my body. A few months ago I was able to discontinue all medical treatment. The course of the […]
An Oliver Travel Trailers' Journey To The Redwoods By: Frank McMichael, Hull No.101 Brookings, Oregon is about 250 miles north on US 101 from my home in Ukiah, California. It is just north of the border between the two states. Driving this distance, one passes through mountains, across rivers, through redwoods, along extensive shorelines and […]
AN OLIVER TRAVEL TRAILERS' JOURNEY TO DEATH VALLEY By: Frank McMichael, Hull No.101 After my stay in the cold and wet of Ruby Valley, Cathedral Gorge State Campground near Caliente, Nevada was a wonderful place to relax in the sun and soak up some warmth. While relaxing with a book, a beer and some pine […]
AN OLIVER TRAVEL TRAILERS' JOURNEY TO CATHEDRAL GORGE By: Frank McMichael, Hull No.101 After three days at Ruby Lake in my travel trailer, I reluctantly decided to leave as the cold weather was predicted to continue for a longer period then I wanted to wait. The weather was very cold on the morning I left, […]
An Oliver Travel Trailers' Journey to Ruby Lake By: Frank McMichael, Hull No.101 During the night the wind stopped and the awareness of that seeped into me with the early morning light. With the light also came the remembrance that I had forgotten to stop for groceries as I passed through some several towns on the […]
Route 66 is a slice of American history In 1925 Congress passed legislation that created the East/West artery that linked Chicago to Los Angles. During its early formative years, Route 66 had several different passages. It was not until Eisenhower saw the German Autobahn that Route 66 became the major highway linking America through support […]