Ainsworth Hot Springs, BC We left Nelson and headed to Woodbury RV Park near Ainsworth Hot Springs. We parked in a beautiful waterfront spot and sat in our camp chairs beside Kootenay Lake enjoying the scenery while the kids rode their bikes and played with the bouncy balls that my Mom had bought for them … Continue reading Week 46 – Hot Springs and Family Fun in the East Kootenays
Cascade Falls & Christina Lake, BC We left Osoyoos and continued East towards the Kootenays. On our way from Osoyoos to our first planned stop at Christina Lake, we stumbled across the amazing Cascade Falls. We parked on the side of the road and hiked through the forest up towards the waterfall. I have never … Continue reading Week 45 – Entering the West Kootenays
Penticton, BC After our rainy day locked inside the RV, the sun shone the next morning and we were all ready to burst out into nature! We went for a long walk along the Kettle Valley trail along Skaha Lake. We also heard some great news - my Mom was coming to stay with us! … Continue reading Week 44 – Exploring the Okanagan Valley
We were not too happy about being back in the cooler and wet Canadian weather. If we had a choice, we would have stayed in the warm weather further south in the US (Texas/Arizona/Utah) for much longer, however, we had to get the RV back to Canada to license and register it, so here we … Continue reading Week 43 – Back on the Road – Where To Go Next?
One of the aspects of living a nomadic lifestyle for the past nine months was that we had only seen friends and family from back home a handful of times. We had met some new friends, but with both me and Steve being so shy the connections were not as deep as I would like. … Continue reading Week 42 – Reconnecting with Family and Friends
Zion National Park Last week we breezed through many of Arizona’s amazing natural wonders. Since time was still ticking and we only had 6 days left to bring the RV back to Canada we needed to continue North. But first, we took a two-day pit stop at the wondrous Zion National Park. I had heard … Continue reading Week 41 – Rush to the Border to Import the RV Into Canada
Roswell, New Mexico The kids and I spent the evening doing research about Roswell: here’s the Coles Notes version of the “Roswell Incident.” In the summer of 1947, a local farmer found some debris on his farm that had fallen from the sky and brought it to the local sheriff. The sheriff passed it on … Continue reading Week 40 – Exploring the Desert’s Gems