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Category Archives: RV Travel Tales
In my younger days – not so long ago – I was in love with all things country – especially what I called Southern Country. I collected hearts, candle snuffers and santa’s. My favourite colours were navy, rust and cream. … Continue reading
We’re on the road November 30th! One day earlier than our planned December 1st departure and 2 weeks earlier than our original thinking of December 15th. We realized leaving Ontario on December 15th wasn’t realistic – especially weather wise. In … Continue reading
Have you heard that those living full-time in an RV are considered just one step away from being homeless? I was shocked when I heard it the 1st time. Us? Living full-time in the coach? One step away from homeless? … Continue reading
The alarm goes off at 5:30 a.m. and I throw the pillow over my head and think ‘maybe it’s too windy; maybe they can’t fly, maybe I can sleep in…’ The 2nd alarm goes off at 5:45 and I lift … Continue reading
We left Halifax heading 190 miles to Yarmouth, NS with a short stop in Lunenburg for some lunch and some ‘quick’ sightseeing. The town, seeped in history and beautiful colonial architecture, was designated a UNESCO world heritage site in 1995. … Continue reading
This Maritime trip is what Chuck is calling ‘the reader’s digest version’. We’re definitely travelling faster through Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia than we’d like – and, sadly, we’re missing PEI and Newfoundland entirely. We’re on a bit of … Continue reading
Well…we have been on the road all summer but it’s mostly been in Southern Ontario, travelling between Barrie, Grimsby, Oakville and back again. Hardly seems blog worthy but it certainly was good to be home and in familiar surroundings – … Continue reading
It seems like only yesterday that we sold our house and picked up this Mechanical Marvel in Grand Rapids, MI to set out on our grand adventure and leave behind all that was familiar. At that time our plans were … Continue reading
If we all had invested $1,000 in BRK.A back in 1964 – our investment today would be worth $10,500,000. Darn! We’re in Omaha at the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting – sometimes referred to as the Woodstock for Capitalists and even … Continue reading
Our drive from Leadville to Denver was just over 3 hours and we spent about one-third of that time with our 4-way flashers on… slow moving vehicle going up…