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Category Archives: RV Travel Tales
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
Yes, we’re here in Florida! The 1st time in this ‘humid & hot state’ since we bought the coach in June, 2014. We spent Christmas and New Year’s in Naples, FL with family from Barrie, Boston, Tara & Toronto. AND, … Continue reading
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