How to Stay Warm in Your RV

Staying warm on a cold winter’s night can be challenging living in a non-four-season RV. On February 1st, it will be six years since I started this RV Life. I have learned a few things along the way. I hope a few will help keep you warm when that north wind blows. Window Coverings IContinue reading “How to Stay Warm in Your RV”

An RV Life Year in Review: 2022

August was a busy RV travel month, the rest of the year would turn out just as busy. A truck-in in Rensselaer Indiana, a trip to Adler Planetarium in Chicago, and a daughter pick-up in Minnesota. It was a rolling RV Life for the rest of 2022. C.A.V.E Truck-in, Rensselaer Indiana September led me acrossContinue reading “An RV Life Year in Review: 2022”

An RV Life Year in Review: 2022

Earlier in the year, I had decided to write another book. What should the book be about? Something I love and am passionate about. Travelling is my first love, Ontario travel destinations is something I am passionate about. Ontario is a vast, beautiful province filled with a variety of travel destinations. I have travelled throughoutContinue reading “An RV Life Year in Review: 2022”

An RVLife Year in Review: 2022

2022 was filled with family, friends, fun and adventures mixed in with a few “firsts”. At my age, first time to do things is still just as exciting. As I strolled through my pictures of last year it sent waves of warmth, laughter and a few, wow that was fun. Come along as I walkContinue reading “An RVLife Year in Review: 2022”

When Santa Comes in a Roadtrek

December is here and Christmas is right around the corner. Even though I love to wander, when Christmas comes I still want to be with my family and friends. Living in my Roadtrek has not changed that. When I had my house, dinner would be at my place with Christmas everywhere. I love the lights,Continue reading “When Santa Comes in a Roadtrek”

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”

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”

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”

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”

For the Love of Writing

I passed a milestone this week. 10,000 views on my website. That is 10,000 times someone has read my blog. I am so humbled by the thought. I am also so elated by the thought. This week in gratitude to you all I thought I would share with you how it all started. Even whenContinue reading “For the Love of Writing”