Alaska Archives will chronicle a spring spent ski touring out of an RV around south central Alaska.
Item 1: Arrival and Thompson Pass Item 2: Gone Skiing Item 3: A Full RV Item 4: Alyeska Bound Item 5: Harvest is the Season to Behold Alaska Archives RV Living Part 1: Staying Warm Alaska Archives RV Living Part 2: Downtime Alaska Archives RV Living Part 3: Food Item 6: Early May Orange Sherbet Item 7: Mid May, Spines, and Powder
Words and photos courtesy of Zach Paley. See more on his blog.
Immaturity at its finest.
The gentlemen who introduced us to Gomez also introduced us to the game of putting “anal” in front of rv names. No time was wasted as we had the perfect name for the game. We were soon consumed with discussing the logistics of anal searching. If this wasn’t too much for four grown men in an rv in Alaska, the second name, Jamboree (a noisy celebration) worked equally well. Hilarity ensued, and lines were crossed.
|Anal Searching (or Jamboreeing), a way of life.|
Feeling remorsefully immature, we tried to stop playing the game, but it seems everybody in Alaska wakes up for the summer, and they all own motorhomes. By late May they were everywhere, and we couldn’t help ourselves from spotting funny names. It was as if the manufacturers knew about the game and were trying to surpass each other every time they made a new one. Below are some of my favorites.
|Anal Adventurer. Notice they have their washer and dryer in tow.|
|Anal Chalet, complete with a backdoor hatch.|
Anal Freelander next to the Anal Hornet
Anal Flair. Do you have your 15 pieces?
Yes this is a motorhome. The Anal Bumblebee.
Last but not least Anal Komfort. Because it’s essential
Not pictured are the Anal Conquest, and Anal Warrior. The only notable two seen that eluded photographs. If you enjoyed this post, check out analrv.com. They have some pretty funny ones on their website.