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If you had to pick one of the below places in nature to spend some time, where would you pick?

Do you find your peace by the ocean, sitting and enjoying the waves? Or do you find it by walking a trail through a beautiful forest, perhaps in the Redwoods or beautiful lush forests of Washingon state? What about surrounded by mountains? Those jagged peaks really are something… Or is your favorite place to spend time in the desert, among the cacti and gorgeous red rocks?

Tell us in the poll below, and feel free to leave a comment.

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Donn
2 months ago

They all sound good, difficult to pick a favorite. So, I did….but on the other hand….

warmonk
2 months ago

fly fishing in a stream – doesn’t matter what’s around it

Steven N
2 months ago

Near lakes for fishing wasn’t a choice!

T. Hudson
2 months ago

In the forest, in the mountains. I enjoy desert hiking, and strolling the beach. But for me, nothing beats a woodsy hike in the mountains!

Neal Davis
2 months ago

I picked the ocean because we live in the mountains — actually western foothills of the Appalachians. Also, DW prefers beaches over mountains.

Roy Davis
2 months ago

My happiest trips have been camping in the mountains. Unlike beach side, there are fewer people, it’s quieter, and the atmosphere is so relaxing. Actually I prefer mountains and forest combined and have spent lots of time in the Ozarks, Smokey Mountains, and the Adirondack mountains. I do enjoy visiting beaches occasionally, but definitely not my happy place.

Bob Weinfurt
2 months ago

I live just south of the Adirondack mountains. in NY. It’s just a short drive to boondock in peaceful paradise and enjoy natures beauty, especially this time of year with the bright fall colors making it look like the leaves are on fire.

Last edited 2 months ago by Bob Weinfurt
Scott
2 months ago
Reply to  Bob Weinfurt

just there Sunday…about 50-60% changed and fabulous

Kevin C
2 months ago

Give me some mountains with some lakes or streams and i’m in my happy place. Love the Eastern Sierra mountain range along Calif/Nevada!

George B
2 months ago

Grew up a couple blocks from the Pacific, then spent 42 years living in a ski resort. Couldn’t take the cold and snow any longer and moved to middle America, but miss the ocean.

Bob
2 months ago

As I write this, I am sitting at Wallowa Lake in the Wallowa Mtns of eastern Oregon which is one of my favorite places in the world. I like to rv mostly in the mountains and around lakes or rivers but once a year or so I do like spending a few days in the desert.

M D-B
2 months ago

I answered ocean but mean any body of water, ie lake, stream, river surrounded by woods or mountains.

Gary G
2 months ago
Reply to  M D-B

Same for wife and me.

Kaeleen Buckingham
2 months ago

For us surrounded by mountains is also in the forest.

Roy Davis
2 months ago

That’s what I thought!

Tom B
2 months ago

All of the above? The trick is to find peace WHEN you are…not where.

And remember to let the peace come to you!

Julz
2 months ago
Reply to  Tom B

Same here Tom, “all of the above”. I couldn’t vote! We spend 2 months of winter in AZ desert then 3 months collectively all over the Pacific NW spring, summer & fall. We are currently at Lake Chelan. 😁

Wayne
2 months ago

The mountains. Peace and tranquility, nature at its best. I’ve been to all the choices provided here and yep, the mountains win hands down. Just returned from a five day trip to the mountains and planning the next one soon.

Larry Lee
2 months ago

No fair having to pick just one! I choose D) All of the above. That is why we live in our motorhome and sold our house so we can stay at each of those locations until a different one attracts us to go back “on the road again”.

Dave
2 months ago
Reply to  Larry Lee

AMEN!!!

TIM MCRAE
2 months ago

A mountain cabin in the forest with a view of the ocean.

I grew up in a city on the ocean where I could swim in the morning and ski in the afternoon.

No place since has ever compared, yet!

Tommy Molnar
2 months ago

I like the desert – surrounded by mountains.

Bob
2 months ago
Reply to  Tommy Molnar

HI Tom – We are leaving Wallowa Lake today, Bob & Kaye

Tommy Molnar
2 months ago
Reply to  Bob

Watch out for crazies.

Ed K
2 months ago

My actual choice would be under way on a ship at sea.

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RV Staff(@rvstaff)
2 months ago

This is tough, because I want to be in the forest surrounded by mountains, i.e., at my beautiful 18 acres of mountain property with a river running through it. 😀 –Diane aka Mountain Mama

Last edited 2 months ago by RV Staff
Judy G
2 months ago
Reply to  RV Staff

Ditto, mountains in the forest!

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RV Staff(@rvstaff)
2 months ago
Reply to  Judy G

It can’t be beat! My property is everything I dreamed it would be. I had wanted mountain property since I was very young. At 75, I’m thrilled I have it, even though I don’t get up to it nearly as often as I want. But just thinking about it, and knowing it’s up there waiting for me, makes me very happy! Have a great day, Judy! 😀 –Diane aka Mountain Mama

DW/ND
2 months ago
Reply to  RV Staff

I am with you mama!

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RV Staff(@rvstaff)
2 months ago
Reply to  DW/ND

Come on over, D and J, and I’ll show you around my property. It’s directly across Hwy. 2 from the Bolt Creek Fire (human-caused and burning since Sept. 10), but so far, so good. The Hwy. is closed, off and on, (closed again right now) due to crews having to remove hazardous trees from the fire. Some hot spots from embers blowing across the Hwy. were just a few hundred feet from my property but they didn’t spread, luckily. So let me know when you’re in the Pacific NW, and I’ll take you on a gorgeous hike through my own personal paradise. Have a great day! 😀 –Diane aka Mountain Mama

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