Category : Activities

Salt Lake City Temple

Welcome to Utah, The Beehive State, named in 1847 to symbolize cooperative work and the term is still used to this day.   We drive through Salt Lake city frequently but just recently a friend of ours moved there so it was time to spend a few nights downtown and do some visiting! So KOA it was!   RV Park: …

Continue Reading...
Pocatello Idaho Museum of Clean

Ahhh…welcome to Idaho! It’s been almost 2 years since we were in Idaho even though we lived there for over 10 years. It’s great to be back. Harvest was in full swing, you could smell it in the air, see it in the fields, and feel it in your bones. It’s good to be back!   We decided to spend …

Continue Reading...
Bashaw Alberta

It’s that time of year again! Time for our annual family get together. Last year we held it at Lake Bend Hall and this year we are doing the same. It is not only a great location but it also has a nice indoor facility for preparing and serving food just in case it is too rainy, too hot, too …

Continue Reading...
Bashaw Alberta

We are back in Bashaw!  We come here almost every summer to enjoy our family and friends, the prairie life, good fresh farm food, and a yearly family camp-out. Plus we get to moochdock off various family members!!   Our site sits in the beautiful prairies of Alberta surrounded by fields, gardens, flowers, and fabulous scenery.   The town of …

Continue Reading...
Prince Edward County Ontario

We drove to our family’s house in Frankford driving through Prince Edward County area. It is a beautiful area. It is gorgeous countryside yet not that far from the big city of Toronto. It is hard to believe!   Yay, we made it to their house, backed in, hooked up to electric and were treated like royalty. We had a …

Continue Reading...
Quebec City Quebec Canada

We took a private shuttle bus from KOA into Quebec City. It was about $20 CAD per person, round trip. It was a large bus which stopped at a few other hotels on the way in to pick up other tourists. The trip took about 40 minutes one way including the other hotel stops and without traffic. It was extremely …

Continue Reading...
Prince Edward Island Canada

Charlottetown Charlottetown is the capital of the Canada province of Prince Edward Island with a population of around 36,000 people. It is known as the birthplace of the Confederation because it hosted the Charlottetown Conference of 1864 which spurred the country’s birth. It is a charming city with quaint streets and wonderful buildings full of restaurants and shopping and lots …

Continue Reading...
Pictou Nova Scotia

We arrived into North Sydney, Nova Scotia from the overnight Newfoundland ferry and drove through Cape Breton to Caribou Munroes near Pictou, Nova Scotia. We passed, again, all the great signs that Nova Scotia has which are all different and unique.   We drove through Pictou and past the ferry to PEI and on to Caribou Munroes Provincial Park.   …

Continue Reading...
Marine Atlantic Newfoundland

Time to leave Newfoundland….sob, sob, sob…… We drove to Argentia in the Avalon Peninsula to take the overnight ferry (16.5 hours) back to North Sydney in Nova Scotia.   We arrived in plenty of time to check in and wait to board.   We soon boarded and made our way to our room (10th floor) to drop off our luggage. …

Continue Reading...
Saint Johns Newfoundland

  Saint Johns Saint Johns is the capital city (and the largest city) of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.  It sits on the Avalon Peninsula and is the eastern most city in North America (excluding Greenland)  and is supposedly one of the oldest cites in North America. It has a rich history, beautiful scenery, and over 100,000 people.   …

Continue Reading...