How To Research Your Travel Destination

How do you research your travel destination? You know where you want to go, now how to get there, what to see, and where to stay? How do you find all those cool attractions everyone is talking about and a few that are not so well known? Come along as I share some of theContinue reading “How To Research Your Travel Destination”

10 Must See Places in Newfoundland

Newfoundland, the land of beautiful places and even more beautiful people. On the extreme eastcoast of Canada is “The Rock.” An island that when you get on, you do not want to get off. The land amid the seas holds so many treasures. Home to the Viking settlement of Lief Erikson, the only known VikingContinue reading “10 Must See Places in Newfoundland”

How to Keep the Bugs Out of Your RV

Spring has sprung! As we celebrate in the warmth the sun brings, we swat and slap at the bugs. What a beautiful world it would be without them. Some bugs are pretty and nice, like lady bugs and some not so nice and a little ugly like ticks! Ohhhh, ticks, give me the shivers.  ThereContinue reading “How to Keep the Bugs Out of Your RV”

Chicago Travel Guide: Things To Do in the Windy City

As Frank Sinatra sang it, “Chicago is my Kind of Town.” Chicago is known as “the windy city.” Sitting on the southern tip of Lake Michigan, it can be a little windy and also a whole lot of fun. In this Chicago Travel Guide, come along as I share some of my favourite places toContinue reading “Chicago Travel Guide: Things To Do in the Windy City”

RV Life: Sights and Sounds of the Animals of Nature

Living this RV Life makes it easier to spend time within the arms of nature. The towering trees, the aroma of the flowers and the animals that it nurtures, give such a calm and tranquil feeling. I truly believe that you find your soul there. I believe the sounds, the sights and the smells areContinue reading “RV Life: Sights and Sounds of the Animals of Nature”

RV Travel: The Roads Less Travelled!

Feeling the road under your rolling tires is an excitement that is hard to explain. The roads less travelled are my favourite. It is one of the reasons why I picked a Roadtrek to live and travel in. My van size, Class B RV fits down most roads. I have taken her down some pretty rough roads,Continue reading “RV Travel: The Roads Less Travelled!”

Reserve, Camp, and Enjoy the Beauty of Ontario Parks

As the sun warms through the windows, are you dreaming of camping? As we move through March, in Ontario, the warmth gives us hints. Summer is coming. When I think of summer, my first thought is camping. Ontario Parks has some of the best natural beauty that the world has to offer. On over fiveContinue reading “Reserve, Camp, and Enjoy the Beauty of Ontario Parks”

The Versatility of Living an RV Life

I have lived and owned a “sticks and bricks” home for most of my adult life. It was all I knew before I ventured into the RV Life. There has been a couple of things that have happened good and bad that has made me appreciate the versatility of living this RV lifestyle. The AppreciationContinue reading “The Versatility of Living an RV Life”

RV Travel Apps for Your Travel Needs

Remember the days of pulling out the paper maps, then trying to fold them back up? When I started traveling my best traveling friend was my large road atlas. I still have one but my first go-to when planning a trip or while traveling is my phone. I am pretty sure the tide turned whenContinue reading “RV Travel Apps for Your Travel Needs”

14 Winter RV Travel Destinations

As the temperature dips to minus temperatures in Southern Ontario I think about all the warm places I have been to and would like to go to. Where the sunshine warms your smile and your bones. Come along as I revisit some and dream about going to others. Alabama It was so peaceful and sereneContinue reading “14 Winter RV Travel Destinations”