Wednesday, September 27 – Day 29
We began the day under cool rainy skies,...... figures, washing our trucks changed the weather from sunshine to rain. So much for clean trucks.
The 7 am 6-kilometer drive to the North Sidney Newfoundland ferry was quick, no traffic, allowing us plenty of time before boarding.
Atlantic Marine requires vehicles to arrive a minimum of 2 hours before sailing. When we booked the ferry the fee of $950. (determined by the length of the rig up to 60 feet) was paid Read more [...]
After Mike and I attempted an unsuccessful fishing excursion to Squaw Lake, rain began to fall. We not only did not catch any fish we had to row the entire time because my small motor would not start.
Once back at camp I checked out the motor, the trouble appeared to be a clogged fuel filter. With rain falling it was a good opportunity for a trip to town to pick up parts for the outboard, refuel the trucks and refill propane tanks. Yuma propane ranges from $2.20 to $2.70 per gal.
Because Read more [...]
Frost Damage --
Winter is just around the corner or maybe for some northern regions it has already arrived. The days are getting shorter and the nights cooler. Soon frosty Jack will lay his white blanket on the landscape.
Winter means freezing temperatures, most areas in the US and Canada are subject to freezing. One winter, not long ago, during our tour through southern Arizona temperatures dropped well below freezing raising havoc with RV water lines, many RVs were damaged.
RVs are especially Read more [...]
Hi, welcome to my RV Travel website. Lynda and I are avid RV travelers. Since retiring, more than 10 years ago we've enjoyed many tours throughout North America.
Our RV travels have taken us from our home in southern British Columbia, Canada north to Alaska, south to Mexico and east to Texas and Florida enjoying many sights and experiences along the way.
In recent years Lynda and I took up traveling with close friends, we continue to travel as a group. Traveling with others adds another Read more [...]
A great new kindle book about Boondocking and Dry camping.
Boondocking and dry camping is probably the most exciting and satisfying camping adventure. Cheaper, more space, and quieter are just some of the advantages of boondocking.
After 40 of RV travel and boondocking from the Canadian wilderness to the Mexican border Lynda and I wrote a book to share our extensive knowledge of boondocking.
Learn how to prepare your RV for extended boondocking Read more [...]
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Camping fees can mount up whether you're on the road or camping for a weekend or a week at your favorite resort. You can spend $30 and up per night depending on the location and amenities of the RV park or resort. If you are on an extended tour or vacation the cost of camping can easily climb into the thousands of dollars.
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Recently an interesting concept has come out Read more [...]
During our RV travels Lynda and I come across various RV products and accessories we find interesting and useful. Most times we purchase these products to see if they are as good as advertised.
Each week I'm focusing on a couple of these products.
A good map is essential when traveling and is especially important when driving or hauling a large rig. It is absolutely no fun finding yourself on the wrong street or freeway Read more [...]
After retirement, our goal was to travel the southern US and visit the many famous places we had heard or read about. Palm Springs, Phoenix, San Diego, the Florida Keys and many others.
The best way to see these places, for us, was in our RV. With no deadlines or schedule, we could take our time, stay at a location as long as we like or not.
During our first RV travels Read more [...]