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Hopewell Rocks New Brunswick

Welcome to New Brunswick! Alas, we made it. We entered New Brunswick from near Calais, Maine and crossed the border in minutes. Suddenly, we went from terrible roads in Maine to a nice smooth 4 lane highway. It was heaven!  We fueled up easily at one of the many petrol stations along the highway and we were off and running!! …

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Blackwoods Campground Acadia National Park

We departed Friendship and drove Highway 1 heading northeast to Bar Harbor.  The drive along the way is filled with great scenery as you drive through the quaint town of Camden and on past lobster pound after lobster pound and past a variety of scenic harbors.   We arrived at Acadia National Park only to find the visitor’s centers closed …

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Friendship Maine

Welcome to Friendship, Maine! We visited some friends in this area who were generous enough to allow us to park in their driveway while visiting them! Love, love, love!   Campground: Driveway Location: Friendship, Maine Site: 1 Cost: $0 Services: E (thank you!!!) Comments: What a great way to visit while moochdocking with friends who work in the lobstah busines. …

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Written on Mar, 16, 2019 by in , , , | 1 Comment.
Lake Pleasant Regional Park Arizona

  Shake down Trip # 2 We have owned our new RV for a bit over a month and did our first shake down trip at Lost Dutchman State Park last month where we hooked up with power to test everything which runs on power. Then we came back home and spent a number of weeks upgrading and making modifications …

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Written on Oct, 20, 2018 by in , , , , | Leave a comment
Kershaw-Ryan State Park Nevada

Our goal, as we headed to southern Nevada, was to find a campground with electric so we could run our A/C. Yes, we are spoiled. It was still really hot out in the south as it was early September. We had our eyes set on Cathedral Gorge State Park campground, which has electric, but they had a flash flood earlier …

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Clark Canyon Reservoir Horse Prairie Campground Montana

We continued our journey south through Montana and continued to see the smokey skies from the British Columbia fires. We were passed by a caravan of fire crews from Nevada and Arizona that must have been further north helping others. Thank you.   Clark canyon Reservoir Recreation Area, which sits just west of I-15 south of Dillon, Montana, has 8 …

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Those Young Guys

  We spent well over a month in central Alberta and certainly wore out our welcome! But it was a terrific time. We spent lots of quality time with family and friends and enjoyed the farm life.   It was in the summer when British Columbia was under a state of emergency due to the over 500 wildfires burning. For …

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Gravel Road Alberta

  Bashaw is a small farming community in central Alberta where we visit to meet up with friends and family.  There is a small district hall close to Buffalo Lake which is perfect for a long weekend meetup complete with plenty of parking, a hall with restrooms, full kitchen, and plenty of seating indoors in case of rainy weather. We …

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James Kipp Recreation Area Montana

We headed north on highway 87 to 191 from Billings via Roundup to the Upper Missouri River Break National Monument area.   Along the Missouri River on Highway 191 is the James Kipp Recreation Area which has a campground and boat launch.   Campground: James Kipp National Recreation Area Location: Winifred, Montana (further east along the Missouri River) Site: A-5 …

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Bonito Campground Flagstaff Arizona Site 18

Camping at 7,000 feet is a perfect way to escape the summer heat of southern Arizona! The Bonito Campground is a National Forest campground, first come first serve, next to Sunset Crater National Monument. It is a lovely setting with 44 sites, most of which are back-in or pull along. The campground is described as heavily used but it was …

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