LED Lights Reduce Battery Consumption and Heat As we mentioned in our earlier post Off Grid Living, we are still researching ways to reduce our needs when dry camping. LED Lights are our latest discovery. Currently we have a full hookup site, however when we start traveling again, our hope is to boondock (dry camp)
A New Nikon D90 Camera The Nikon D90 is sure different than our first camera, a Pentax SP2! Many years ago (1976 to be exact), we used to have a Pentax Spotmatic 2. My parents gave it to us as a wedding present so we could capture great pictures of our honeymoon in Jamacia. For
INSURANCE FOR OUR TRAVEL TRAILER We had one last item on our to do list, before heading out on the road. That was to obtain insurance for our travel trailer. Turns out, it was a bit harder than we thought!
Full time RVers – where we have stayed Since becoming Full time RVers, we have maintained a list of all places we have stayed at for at least one night. You will find photos of most of these locations with in our blog posts and on our photo page. We saw such amazing scenery, met
Maplewood Acres RV park – how we ended up there. During our pleasant stay at Campers Corners, we decided we wanted to head towards Montreal, Quebec to visit with our middle son and his girlfriend. Also we wanted to take in some of the Canada 150 and Montreal 375 activities and events. Our hope was
Off Grid Living Although we did a lot of research and tried to learn from other RVers on how to live Off Grid, until we gain our own experience, we are sure we will need to adjust our equipment and practices. Our initial thoughts (and so far so good), we decided we would need: an
USA AND CANADIAN ROAD LAWS FOR RVs On our trip to California, we often saw a truck pulling an RV and attached to the RV was a boat, or a car or small trailer. We wondered what the road laws for Rvs are and if they vary between the different States and Provinces. USA Road