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Category Archives: Full-Time RV’ing
We had never been to Hilton Head before and we were excited to explore some new ground. What I didn’t know until we got there! #1) The island is in the shape of a shoe or a foot. I never … Continue reading
It might not sound very original, but after 3 full years of travelling it’s the 1st time we have travelled full circle from Florida to Florida collecting memories and moments. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest
We left Ontario November 9th – just the day before the 1st snow flakes fell! Chuck does a great job watching the weather as the dreaded snow is what we always want to avoid. So far the weather follower has … Continue reading
We’re just into our 4th year of travelling with pets and it’s a frequently asked question! Gracie is 10 years old and is a healthy, happy, well-behaved wheaten terrier. She is hypo-allergenic and doesn’t shed! Fred is 14 years … Continue reading
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
Once upon a time, in a land far away, dreaming of snow capped mountains and oceans and awesome sights and cities in North America was just that – a dream. But, along came a fairy godmother who said, “why don’t … 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… Facebook Twitter Google+ … Continue reading
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