2019 Spring Fever

The daylight is getting later and the temps are slowly rising, we are seeing more sun then clouds and that is a very good thing these days. February was brutal to say the least. Several good dumps of snow and some very frigid temps. It is nice to be well over half way into March….

Future Plans

Today, the first Monday after the long Thanksgiving weekend, we are getting slammed with our first real snow “storm” of the season. As I write this and look out the window, it looks like one of those TV commercials you see about driving in the winter, almost white out conditions. We have about 4 inches…

Changing Seasons

It would appear that we are marching into that time of year when daylight is less, temps are low and that other form of precipitation starts to accumulate on everything including your camper. I for one, am going to use this season to get organized. After our final camping trip to Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan…

Sault Ste Marie, Michigan

Our final trip of the season was a relaxing 10 days in the beautiful  Aune-Osborn campground bordering the waterway of the Saint Mary’s River. We had the wonderful experience of seeing different great lakes freights passing by numerous times a day and even at night. With the weather being that of typical Michigan fall, rainy,…

And it begins…

  We started researching our “perfect” selection in a 5th wheel late last fall (2017) we embarked on this journey by watching countless videos on YouTube showing different features and brands of various 5th wheels. We chose a Keystone product because they had outstanding reviews and customer satisfaction. I will address the actual production opinion…

Randi (our 5th wheel)

Yes we named our 5th wheel Randi, this name was chosen by both of us because “Randi” is Native American for “wolf” “protector”. Bruce has a Native American heritage and we both have a love for wolves so this name was so appropriate. The week after we brought Randi home we decided that even though…