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Adventure 2018 Begins

By Linda We finished packing up the house in hopes it will sell while we are traveling across country and then we won’t need to come back.  We loaded up the motor home and set up in a local campground 1/2 mile from the… Continue Reading “Adventure 2018 Begins”

St. Augustine

By Linda I think I might have a problem sitting still too long, so we recently put our house up for sale.  We plan to travel in the motor home and ultimately settle somewhere in Washington State.  Our son lives there and we’d like… Continue Reading “St. Augustine”

Ready, Set, … Go?

By Regis. Last post I told you I would post about the RV upgrade projects. Well I haven’t a clue how to present that in an interesting way. So what your’e going to get is a list and some pictures with a short description.… Continue Reading “Ready, Set, … Go?”

How to Know When the Gray Tanks are Full

If you have been following our posts, you may recall me whining about how the gauges on the gray and black tanks don’t always work.  Therefore, you never know when they are full.  Regis tells me that I will know when the gray tank… Continue Reading “How to Know When the Gray Tanks are Full”

In Search of Florida Panthers

Let me start off by saying we never saw any panthers.  We didn’t expect to see any panthers.  They are very elusive.  But, we camped not too far from the Florida Panther National Wildlife Sanctuary.  There are some trails there, but pets are not… Continue Reading “In Search of Florida Panthers”

Koreshan

It was time to move the motor home to keep every lubricated properly.  We took advantage of that need to head on a short adventure to southwest Florida.  We wanted to visit J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge again and chose Koreshan State Park… Continue Reading “Koreshan”

The Old Man

We drove north along the shore of the St. Lawrence River to visit the Kiskotuk Park.  We passed many farms.  There was a crop growing with yellow flowers and it was stunning to see.  We stopped at several observation platforms that looked out over… Continue Reading “The Old Man”

Francais

We left St. John to head toward Quebec.  Oh my.  My six years of French is not adequate for this.  Once we got to Quebec, all the signs were in French.  In the other provinces, the signs are in both languages so I was… Continue Reading “Francais”

Dart – The Attractor

We are camped in St. John, so we spent the day mostly in the city.  I wanted to get my hair cut.  I tried to get it cut in Nova Scotia, but the only local hair salon said they didn’t take walk-ins and couldn’t… Continue Reading “Dart – The Attractor”

Encounter with a Groundhog (Marmot)

I wish I hadn’t said anything negative about our Halifax area campground.  We arrived in our new campground this afternoon.  Although the park is nice, the campground is not very nice.  The bad news is that this is the worst campsite we have ever… Continue Reading “Encounter with a Groundhog (Marmot)”