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I love totem poles and trying to decipher the stories they tell. I actually stopped to think if I had seen totem poles anywhere else other than the west coast. Many people (including myself) think of the totem pole as … Continue reading
The M.V. Island Bay is a kayak “Mother Ship” that sleeps 5 – 6 guests, carries 6 kayaks, tows a dinghy and is equipped with various salmon and halibut fishing gear and traps for crabs and prawns. This vessel explores … Continue reading
Dates Visited: April 2 – 4, 2017 Daytime Temp’s: 98° Nighttime Temp’s: 72° It’s official! It’s hot, dry, hazy, dusty, rocky and salty and I was prepared to be unimpressed. But, we were wrong, oh, so wrong…
Travel requires good planning! When we decide where we’re headed Chuck researches the routes and driving times and plans the fuel and RV park stops. Critical to our planning is checking what the weather looks like – both short and … Continue reading
When we sold our house and picked up our coach on June 28th, 2014 we didn’t even think about what 1000 days on the road would look like or where we would go. We just did it! Today we have … Continue reading
Oh my gosh – where do I start? How do I even begin to capture the excitement, colours, costumes, people, floats, marching bands, elaborate masks, traffic? Did I mention the people? the traffic? Welcome to Mardi Gras!
It’s surprising that we’ve been on the road since July 2014 and we only just now make it to Florida. Our travel plans did not originally include Florida as we were heading to the Canadian west again – to personally … Continue reading
The beauty of St. Augustine lies in its magnificent preservation and distinct historical character – and has always been high on my ‘go to’ list of ‘very old places’. The beach, lighthouse, historical buildings, restaurants, bars and shops simply enhance … Continue reading
When we 1st revealed our travel plans for 2016 I very naively admitted that we were going to take it slow and easy and stay in places long enough that we don’t simply scratch the surface but get to ‘dig … Continue reading