The Problem with Snow and RVLiving

The first snowfall of the season came to Southern Ontario this week. We all knew it was coming but still it always seems to arrive too soon. I am not a big fan of snow and living in an Class B RV has not improved that thought. Not that it can be all bad ofContinue reading “The Problem with Snow and RVLiving”

Roadtripping to Minnesota

What a wonderful week in Illinois with Dave, Molly and Maggie. The Adler Planetarium was so much fun, even if the wind tried to blow us into Lake Michigan. The downtown Chicago Skyline was something to see. I was amazed at the different shapes of the high rises. One was shaped like a fidget spinnerContinue reading “Roadtripping to Minnesota”

Roadtrippin to the USA

It all started when my youngest daughter Katelyn asked if I would like to do a roadtrip to Minnesota to pick her up from her fiance’s house where she was visiting. Roadtrip to Minnesota? Oh ya I am in. With an addition of a stop in Illinois to see my friend Dave and his girls,Continue reading “Roadtrippin to the USA”

Halloween: Vanlife Style

Halloween is my favorite holiday. Not just for ghosts but also the children in costumes and the feel of fun in the air. I try to be with my grandkids for Halloween just to watch their fun as they run from house to house. Looking at all the displays people do to celebrate this funContinue reading “Halloween: Vanlife Style”

Feature Travel Blog: Kingston: Where History and Culture Meet

Kingston Ontario is one of my favourite travel destinations. I love old architecture and they have preserved that so well it feels as though you are truly walking back in time. It has a warm, welcoming feel as soon as you enter. Even when I was working and they needed someone for Kingston, my handContinue reading “Feature Travel Blog: Kingston: Where History and Culture Meet”

When a Roadtrek Friend Comes to Visit

Living an RV life in a Roadtrek takes me a lot of places and I get to meet a lot of people. Owning a Roadtrek has also introduced me to a lot of great people. Holly has a 2002 Chevy 190P Roadtrek just like mine. Except she has a generator. I am so jealous. WeContinue reading “When a Roadtrek Friend Comes to Visit”

Feature Travel Blog: Sharon Temple

This week our Ontario travel destination is the Sharon Temple in Sharon, Ontario. Located just north of Toronto, this interesting building has a unique and powerful story. Come along with me and discover how a small group of people helped changed the course of history in our country.  Walking into the Welcome Center, A wonderful young lady named MichelleContinue reading “Feature Travel Blog: Sharon Temple”

Winds of Change: RV Living

Fall has arrived in Southern Ontario. The nights get cooler, the rain falls a little more often and you begin to appreciate the warm sunny days. Mother nature telling you summer is coming to an end in the most beautiful way. Living in Class B RV there a few things I do to help keepContinue reading “Winds of Change: RV Living”

Feature Travel Blog: Boston: More Than Just a Tea Party

It is no secret if I had to pick a favorite city it would be Boston. The diversity of the city in both landscapes and architecture. The culture of the people mixed with that sweet Massachusetts accent creates a magic that is not to be passed over. Let’s go take a tour and I willContinue reading “Feature Travel Blog: Boston: More Than Just a Tea Party”

Ontario: The Strange and Interesting. The Search Continues

In my search for strange and interesting in Ontario I have come across some What?? and Wow! Travel with me as I discover some really interesting history and a little I have never seen that before. Let’s get on the road. Discovery Harbour Discovery Harbour is located in Pentetanguishene, Ontario. When i first seen itContinue reading “Ontario: The Strange and Interesting. The Search Continues”