Tag Archives: RVing with a Group

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 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 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 Pacific Coast RV Trip

Our Rig[/caption] Lynda and I retired almost 10 years ago. One of of the fantastic benefits of being retired is your time is your own and you may spend it as you wish. After retirement one of  our bucket items was to travel more, see more of the world. As you know for most of us a full time job limits vacation time. For Lynda and I this was a very real issue. Having my own business limited my vacations to 2 weeks or less and most years just a week. No one was Read more [...]