Tag Archives: Boondockers Welcome

North American RV Tour – Visiting Old Town Quebec City

Friday, September 15 – Day 18 We left Granby and our host Yvan of 'boondockers welcome' around 9 am and headed east along windy country roads to the Trans Canada Highway.  A fuel stop was necessary before hitting the freeway. We pulled in at Irving’s Truck Stop much to the displeasure of a trucker pulling out. His hand gestures told the story, he must think only truckers are allowed. The car area is supposed to be accessible for RVs as well, but only mini RVs could fit there is no way Read more [...]

Our Great North American RV Tour – Day 7 – 11

Monday, September 4 – Day 7 A morning of clouds and sun and cool at 13 degrees C, about 40F as we pull out of Tomahawk RV Resort. Our destination today is Thunder Bay Walmart considered northern Ontario. A scenic drive past many lakes, rolling hills of changing forest colors hinting fall will soon be with us. Our route took us south to Fort Francis and east to Thunder Bay. Download my RV travel e-book, everything you need for a great trip.   Intermittent showers followed us along Read more [...]

Our Snowbird Tour – Cahuilla Lake, Ca

Day 7 Another glorious southern California morning greeted us as we rose from our respective RVs. Spending winter in the cold and rainy northwest makes you appreciate a chance to enjoy the warm sunshine if you are lucky enough to do so. Retirement is great. The previous day I spotted a stack of firewood in Lois and Anthony’s (Our Boondockers Welcome friends) back yard, during my rare and brief conversations with Anthony, I asked if he knew where we could purchase firewood? I explained that Read more [...]

Our RV Snowbird Tour – Warm Weather

Day 5 The next morning brought beautiful warm sunshine under cloudless skies. The morning temperature was a bit cool, but the sunshine more than compensated for the coolness. Lois and Anthony’s home was a good place to rest after the four-day drive from Canada. Several maintenance issues cropped up after we arrived. Ralph's Issue A rear tire on Ralph’s truck began to lose air immediately after parking. At first, he thought a nail or something similar, but a closer look revealed tread Read more [...]

Free RV Camping/Parking – Free Overnight Stops

Click the logo above to check out the site. 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. No need to fret help is a click away. Recently an interesting concept has come out Read more [...]