Tag : Wally

Written on Oct, 10, 2010 by in , | Leave a comment
Leisure Travel Van Free Spirit

We bought our Leisure Travel Van (also known as an LTV) a few years ago and called him “Wally” and we recently traded him in (sob, sob) for a much larger Class A motorhome. We miss Wally dearly so I thought I should dedicate a post to him and highlight the pros and cons about owning a Class B. And …

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Written on Sep, 10, 2010 by in , , , , | Leave a comment

Yep, we did it. After months or more of research and looking we finally selected a new motorhome. Well new to us. We bought a 2004 Alfa See Ya from Bretz RV in Missoula, Montana. We would love to have kept Wally but it is not possible so goodbye to Wally. We have loved traveling with him and it is …

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Lolo Creek Campground

Campground: Lolo Creek Campground Location: Lolo, Montana Site: 12 Cost: $10 Services: Dry camp Comments: A small, peaceful campground in the forests west of Lolo. Lots of trees and shade. Link to Map in “Where We’ve Been”  

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Payette Lake

Campground: Ponderosa State Park Location: McCall, Idaho Site: 94 Cost: $24.50 Services: W/E Comments: A lovely park on Payette Lake in the quaint town of McCall. Lots of hiking and boating activities. Link to Map in “Where We’ve Been”

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Bromley Rock

Campground: Bromley Rock Provincial Park Location: East of Princeton, British Columbia Site: 5 Cost: $21 (CAD) Services: Dry camp Comments: An easy to get to provincial park. Along the Hwy 3 with narrow sites by the river. Lovely setting but a bit of traffic noise. Link to Map in “Where We’ve Been”

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Ten Mile Lake

Campground: Ten Mile Lake Provincial Park Location: North of Quesnel, British Columbia Site: 6 Cost: $21 (CAD) Services: Dry camp Comments: Nice park, big private spots on a lake. Link to Map in “Where We’ve Been”  

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Prince George

Campground: Tyhee Lake Provincial Park Location: Telkwa, British Columbia Site: 27 Cost: $25 (CAD) Services: Dry camp Comments: Another terrific park with big spots and privacy. But like any park in the north, if it is summer then get there early or you won’t find a spot. Link to Map in “Where We’ve Been”

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Salmon Glacier

Welcome to Stewart, British Columbia. It is about a 45 minute drive from Meziadin Junction. Along the drive you can stop and admire Bear Glacier. Stewart is a good place to load up on supplies, visit the boardwalk estuary, and head on over to Hyder, Alaska.  There is not a US border patrol station going into Hyder but you will …

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Meziadin Lake

We drove south on the Cassiar Highway after staying at the Boya Lake Campground and stopped both at Kinaskin Provinical Park for lunch and also at Bell II at the Bell2 Lodge.  A perfect stopping point to stretch your legs and grab a cup of coffee before continuing on to Meziadin. What a beautiful campground along the shores of Lake …

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Boya Lake

After leaving the Yukon we headed south on the Cassiar Highway and stopped at beautiful Boya Lake. Again, one of our favorite spots!  A beautiful campground and during the summer it is light so long that is is hard to even think about going to sleep.  The beauty, solitude, and peacefulness surrounds you. We took a hike after 10pm at …

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