Beautiful Big Bend

After hearing about Big Bend National Park we wanted to get to it right away, but did you know Texas is very very big! Big Bend is on the the west side of Texas and we came in from the east, so a few stop overs would be needed along the way. Anne likes the … Read more

Who Dat? In New Orleans

RV Trip to New Orleans Spent 5 great days in New Orleans the week before official Mardi GRAS. We decided it would be difficult with the dogs to do the full Mardi GRAS thing and the campsites get much more pricey. But the party was still raging on Bourbon St anyway. Took in a few … Read more

Our last gasp of Florida

Before we left Florida we made one more stop at a funky little fishing village called Cedar Key. Everything about it had that retro feel, like you are back in the seventies. The campground we stayed at even had an old trailer out front. Anne and I headed into town and explored the small village … Read more

Florida’s Gulf Coast

The gulf coast is the western side of Florida. We have spent the entire month of January slowly moving up it from South to North. First we stayed in Ft. Myers so we could go to the Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge so Anne could get some bird shots. There was also a bunch of beautiful … Read more

South Florida

We spent the last two weeks of December at the very southern tip of Florida. Weather was awesome usually sunny and around 80 degrees. First we camped in the Everglades National Park , where we rented a canoe. We took it out on to the bay and down one of the inland rivers lined by … Read more

FLA!

daytona beach florida

Well we have landed in Florida and welcome it’s balmy weather, beaches and palm trees. So far we have stayed for week long stints in two areas on the east coast of the state. First up was Daytona Beach, home of an incredible 23 mile strip of sandy beach you can drive on, so we … Read more

Georgia on our mind

We have spent a great couple weeks on the coast of Georgia. It is late November and the weather temps average between 15c and 25c daily, about like summer back home. The whole coastline is formed by barrier islands, usually with a beautiful sandy beach then a island with a mix of live oak and … Read more

South to Carolina

Well we have been beating a path south lately following the sun and staying away from freezing temps. After New Hampshire we drove down to New York state and boondocked at a Walmart near Bingingham. Next 2 days we mostly travelled to get into Virginia and explored Shenandoah National Park. Saw lots of nice autumn … Read more

Maine and New Hampshire

Well we crossed back into the US of A at Northern Maine to go visit my fellow TV tech Brian who lives in Caribou, Maine. He was nice enough to let us camp out on his property. We hung out for a couple fun days of good food, drink and playing with his cool sheep … Read more

Bay of Fundy

Well we returned from Newfoundland and headed down to Peggy’s Cove for a few relaxing days. Peggy’s and the surrounding little coves were very cute and postcard like and we were blessed with some calm sunny weather and a couple foggy mornings. Luckily next to our campsite was a place you could get lobster right … Read more

Goodbye Newfoundland

Had a great time in Newfoundland but the weather is changing and getting cooler so it’s time to start heading south. We had some nice hikes along the coastline and even came apon a couple of moose grazing in the forest. We had quite the mix of weather during our stay, some days were sunny … Read more

Landed on the rock, Newfoundland

Wow! What a ferry trip. We arrived at the terminal a couple hours early like they say to for a 3pm departure time,but the loading is delayed and we finally get on the boat about 4:30pm. It’s suppose to be a 5 hour crossing to Port Aux Basque, Newfoundland.but the seas start getting rough and … Read more

Fort Louisberg

 While waiting for the long weekend to end so we can go to Newfoundland, we decided to take a day trip to Fort Louisberg.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fortress_of_Louisbourg Started out foggy but soon cleared up. We had a good time touring the fort and had a nice lunch of mussels, bread and cheese in a recreated old town inn … Read more

Cape Breton

We drove from PEI to Cape Breton and aside from the main TransCanada Hwy the roads are horrible. They have nasty potholes, cracks and heaves, poor Cougar, our trailer. One cabinet door came unhinged and most of Anne’s undies were on the bedroom floor. Spent a few hours tightening and checking screws and bolts after … Read more