We are home. The Nevada roads were perfect. I can't remember a single pot hole in 400+ miles. We left Carson City at 1100hrs and arrived home at 1900hrs. We stopped three times, once for lunch, a 15 minute stretch in Tonopah and 30 minutes in Amargosa where I talked to a husband and wife, trucking couple that had just done a big portion of our overall route in reverse. Good people!!
The Monsterhome performed perfectly. Not a single issue with the coach or truck. The Renegade-Kibbi product remains a "ten" in my book!
We averaged just under 8 MPG for the whole trip. The Eslcalade was towed 80% of all miles and our avereage speed for the trip was 47 MPH, too include all the tight twisty roads of California Highway 1 and US 101.
I will be editing the photos and the blog over the next 30-60 days. The best photos will be made available on my http://pjcnlv.smugmug.com/ gallery site and the Blog will be edited to add road conditions and RV park reviews as much as possible.
Looking back, there are a few places we definitely plan to camp out for extended stays in the future. In order:
1) Virgina City, NV - This town has great future potential with the reconstruction of the V&R railroad by 2010.
2) Charleston, OR - The southern and central Oregon Coast is breathtakingly beautiful and adds a real working environment of fishing and logging towns to make it real.