Someone reading this post is saying that there isn’t enough detail. We disagree. Here’s why: 1) the truck and trailer always behave in the same way when you move the steering wheel in the same way, and 2) the only thing that changes each time you park your trailer is the site.
Weather plays a big role in our planning – and our reality. We plan to go where we want to be based on weather. In reality, getting there is often at the mercy of the weather – too hot, too cold, too windy, too wet to travel.
We met at fourteen years of age. Since then Bloggins has said (fill in anything at all) and I have replied with what I regarded as absolutely obvious. Each and every time, Bloggins looks flummoxed, perplexed, confused, and in some cases indignant but never has he appeared to have understood. Well, so much for communication. … Read More »
This is the story of our return and includes an unexpected difficult climb that tested our rig beyond anything we had planned for our First Time Coming Home …
A long time ago I lived and worked in Burns Lake. About half that long ago, we vacationed in a cabin on Tchesinkut Lake. Now, with good memories of that vacation and with trailer in tow, we were going camping. After all, you don’t invest in an RV to have it sit in the… Read More »