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A “New to Us” set of wheels

How many of you RVers out there ever clean the tops of your slides? What about the ones that have slide toppers on? Earlier this week was moving day again for us and due to it being unseasonably cool I decided it was time to clean the slide tops! Now, we have FIVE, three of which have slide toppers on. (The other two are on the side with the awnings.) You would think that the ones with the toppers on... read more

3 years old and a third anniversary

This past Sunday found Hovis celebrating her 3rd birthday! Not only that but it was our 3rd anniversary as “official” full-timers in this rig. Truly hard to believe that we have been living in this rig for 3 years. Wow! Any regrets? Nope! We still LOVE this lifestyle and our rig. Once in a while some kind natured person will suggest the “perfect” house for our family. I just smile... read more

More cleaning and thieves of the four legged kind!

There is no such thing as a thin squirrel around here! NOR are they shy! As well as cleaning and reorganizing our cargo trailer this past week, I have also been cleaning out our large storage compartment. On a side note I absolutely LOVE the amount of storage our Open Range has. Whilst we do live what most would consider a minimalistic lifestyle, storage space is still essential. We purchase much of our... read more

MT – Day 48 – Custer’s Last Stand

For all you history buffs, you will know that Custer’s Last Stand took place at the Battle of the Little Bighorn (Little Bighorn Battlefield) in Montana. Whilst we have driven by this several times, this was the first time we stopped. Having talked to the lady at the campground where we spent the night, she advised us NOT to take our rig but to leave it parked for as long as we wanted and just go in... read more

MT – Day 26 – Fixing the bathroom floor!

Yes, this trip has not been all fun and games. Richard continues to work on websites and remotely for Treasure Lake whilst also getting stuff fixed on the camper. It was not long after we got the camper (April 2017) that we noticed the bathroom floor was not as stable as it should be. There is a heating vent in line with the toilet and it is where everyone stands which would not be an issue if the... read more

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