“Back on task! Yellowstone!” Preparing the camper, part 2: Solar power. A week ago I blogged about getting the camper and truck ready for the big trek out West. This is part 2. I am going to dedicate this entire entry to just power. Electricity: There are three sources to consider. Shore power; this is … More Solar Power
“Pleasant Pond Plunge” When spring melts the ice, it’s said that loons arrive as soon as they can Corkboard at camp – recording first swim for each year since 1997! I needed a break from preparing for out summer-filled camping expedition. What better way than to go for a swim! Tradition for 3 decades now… … More Pleasant Pond Plunge
Canadian Camper, Assault Camper, Truck Camper, & VW Bus – camping at it’s best! Where do I begin?? On April 24, 2015, we hopped into our F150 and headed west! Yes west, through the treacherous White Mountains! Okay, those mountains aren’t really that bad. After all, the highest peak in all of New England barely … More “Repairs, Upgrades, & other mods”
Workamping …without a camper! Workamping is a trend that is happening in America driven by a niche market. Like its mature cousin, migrant working, workamping is following seasons to fill full and part-time jobs to satisfy a specific market. It could be used by campgrounds; or large retailers for seasonal work; even similar to migrant … More Workamping …without a camper!
“Campah” in snow …in April! Ground Hog Day was 2 months ago …so why are we still getting snow?! I feel like Bill Murray in his hilarious comedy “Ground Hog Day” (If you haven’t seen the movie, its funny). Nothing funny about cold and snow though. It does have its pluses. We continue to have … More “Ground Hog Day”