Tag Archives: RVing across Canada

Our North American RV Tour – Ottawa & Montreal

Wednesday, September 13 - Day 16 The next morning and another sunny day as we are off to Ottawa to see the sights. Taking public transit was not an option according to John, Ottawa's transit system is unorganized. Ralph kindly drove again, I need to take a turn soon. My truck also seats 6 although with a full size box its a couple of feet longer. Henry's truck has room for 5 so taking the entire group is not an option. We left for Ottawa after 9 am hoping to miss the worst of rush hour. Parking Read more [...]

Our North American RV Tour – Toronto & Niagara Falls

Saturday, September 9 – Day 12 We left Dorchester, Ontario and Allyson’s cousins Mike and Kathy about 9:30 under light winds and sunny skies. Our journey today is only 140 km to the next destination so we decided to try the secondary roads and stay off the freeways. The freeways are crazy around Toronto six to eight lanes of vehicles traveling bumper to bumper at speeds over the posted limit, making our home city of Vancouver’s rush hour seem like a donkey race. A side jaunt to a cold Read more [...]

Our Great North American RV Tour – Saskatchewan & Manitoba

Thursday, August 31 – Day 3 The morning greeted us with filtered sunshine under hazy skies and a cool 13-degrees in Vegreville, Alberta's Walmart. We enjoyed a quiet night in the parking lot. Sometimes Walmarts, as well as other free camping spots, can be noisy. They are often an overnight destination for semis as well as RVers. Ralph was up early detaching his truck from his trailer, he wanted to arrive at Canadian Tire as the doors opened to have his hitch adjusted.  Fortunately, the adjustment Read more [...]