“I don’t think the heavy stuff is going to come down for quite a while.” Dave quips, using one of his favorite movie quotes. I look out the windshield. It is dark. And snowing. The headlights of our truck make the snowflakes look hypnotically like I would imagine stars flying past as we enter a […]
On a long, isolated stretch of the Alaska Highway at historical mile 496, between Fort Nelson, BC and Watson Lake, Yukon, there is a hidden oasis in the lush muskeg of the northern Rocky Mountains. The Liard Hot Springs Provincial Park includes two beautiful hot springs pools and a Provincial campground amid the natural beauty […]
Picturesque golf courses and comfortable RV parks are plentiful in Vernon, British Columbia, 275 miles east of Vancouver. Offering a host of cultural activities, Vernon is situated in the Okanagan region some 30 miles north of Kelowna, B.C. and just over 100 miles north of the U.S./Washington State border at Osoyoos, Canada’s only desert. Vernon […]
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RVers are an adventurous bunch, and with so many places in North America to explore it seems like you’ll never get to see them all. Instead of throwing a dart on the map and hoping for the best, it makes more sense to start your 2018 RV trip planning by choosing from destinations RVers love […]
RVers are an adventurous bunch, and with so many places in North America to explore, it seems like you’ll never get to see them all. Instead of throwing a dart on the map and hoping for the best, it makes more sense to start your RV trip planning by choosing from destinations RVers love most. […]
Until the mid 1850s, if you were a boat or canoe headed down Michigan’s 63-mile long St. Marys River that connected Lake Superior to Lake Huron, you would need to portage around the St. Marys Rapids. Unloading your cargo, carrying it around the natural waterfall to reload into a different boat on the other side […]
Gold rush towns boomed all over the American West in the 1800s, but did you know that some prospectors were striking it rich up in Canada during the same time? The Cariboo Gold Rush of 1861 triggered the settlement and success of Barkerville in British Columbia. In its heydey, it was the largest city west […]