Thisawayz and Thatawayz

Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things that escape those who only dream at night. – Edgar Allan Poe

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Fernie, BC could have been our t-shirt town

This statue is the original Fernie who the town was named after not to be confused with the current day Fernie who is my stepfather. My stepfather Fernie doesn’t come from Fernie, BC. I expect it would have been very strange to have the same name as his hometown, so it’s probably better this isn’t […]

Kimberly, BC could have been my hometown

My father grew up in Kimberley, but moved to Vancouver when he was 17. I have some very young memories of spending Christmas there at my paternal Grandparents house, but only bits and pieces. One of my most vivid memories is waking up in the middle of the night amidst a group of arms and […]

Osoyoos and Oliver, BC

It’s a rite of passage for a child growing up in Vancouver to make the pilgrimage to the Okanagan each summer. My very first memory as a child is of being in the camp-ground at the very east end of the beach, and looking out over the corn fields on the reservation across the way. […]

Adios Phoenix! So long and thanks for the ladder!

This is a list of the places we visited while in Phoenix that I didn’t blog about (all the photos on this page are from Old Town Scottsdale): From Wikipedia:The New York Times described downtown Scottsdale as “a desert version of Miami’s South Beach” and as having “plenty of late night partying and a buzzing […]

Like sand through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.

Today was a big spending day. Harold was up early to take the truck into the shop just down the road to have a new oil pan put in. We’d been warned there was a potential leak in it when we were at home, but we weren’t noticing any oil drips and we were quoted […]

Are we too young for Mesa?

With the temperature sticking in the high 90’s until at least the middle of next week, we decided to opt for an RV park in Phoenix instead of dry camping at the Lone Butte Casino. There is just no way we can leave the dogs for any amount of time to visit non-dog-friendly places without […]

Las Vegas – Miracle In The Desert

We were told we couldn’t check-in to the Main Street RV park until after 2pm, (don’t fall for that, just pull-in to the RV lot and wait to check-in at 2) so we spent the morning in Primm doing laundry at the Truck Stop and working. We didn’t have our stabilizers down and there were […]

Chariot in the mud flats

We turned everything upside down this morning and can’t find the camera anywhere. We still have Harold’s Dslr but this little one was such a nice little camera. Shockproof, freezeproof, and waterproof, it’s our go to camera for all our sports, cycling, swimming, snowshoeing, kayaking, etc. It’s gone, and we can’t figure out where it […]

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