Well, apparently I’m going to have to fill you in on our Alaskan adventures in past tense, because as it turns out, we’re already home. We started out spending several nights a week in RV parks, which provided for adequate internet service, but by mid-June, we were starting to stay in more campgrounds, and by … Continue reading Better Late Than Never!
Fairbanks, Alaska is situated in the heart of Interior Alaska where sled dogs have historically been an important part of the culture. Many people are familiar with the long distance race, the Iditarod, an 1,150 mile race from Anchorage to Nome that begins every March. There’s also the Yukon Quest, a 1,000 mile race between … Continue reading This one’s for the dogs
Well, first of all, we’re officially back in the United States and we’ve accomplished one of our life goals! We’ve driven ALL 1422 miles of the Alaska Highway! But before I get way too far ahead of myself, let me reminisce, briefly, on how we made it this far. (I couldn’t fill you in as we … Continue reading A Condiment Post…It’s Filled with Catch-Up and Stuff!
After basically driving since Friday night, we decided that we needed a day to unwind and explore, so we paid for another night at the Northern Lights RV Park, unhooked the camper, and decided to see what we could see in Dawson Creek, BC. We started our day by taking a drive to see the only … Continue reading Exploring Dawson Creek
So, when we lived in Seattle for 5 years, I got accustomed to long days during the summer months. But we’ve been back in California for 8 years now; so when my eyes popped open to perfectly bright sunshine at 6:26am this morning, I was more than a little surprised! But, it’ll make for some … Continue reading Our First Canadian Cultural Experience
Our last week at home was filled with lots of love and “see you in a while”s as we said see you later to friends and family and finished up the rest of our packing. I could NOT have done this without the help of our friends, the Thomas family, who RV full time and … Continue reading Making It Across the Border
There’s a phrase I use in my house to remind my family that we have to do things just one step a time. “You can’t eat an elephant in one bite.” When I say it, they know I mean your room is going to get clean by putting away one toy at a time, or … Continue reading You Can’t Eat an Elephant in One Bite