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Our 2019 travels will include 6 weeks NZ South Island, a taster trip of Great Britain, 8 weeks in Europe and a return to Australia. We hope you will join us.
At last our sailing day on the Spirit of Tasmania is here! We had booked a day sailing as we had plenty of time and save the cost of a cabin.
12 months ago we started our first house sit in Nova Scotia with these 2 beautiful dogs… Continue reading
A final post to let you know we arrived home safely.
We were feeling brave when we booked the flight home and picked up a transfer flight via LAX rather than a direct flight. We had been warned by several people about nightmares at LAX, so we had to see if it was true. Continue reading
In March we noticed smudges and spots appearing on pictures with our camera, especially when zooming. It’s a Sony HX80 travel cam. Apparently this is a design fault with the seals on the zoom lense allowing dust and pollen in. It’s not mentioned on any review sites, as they test new cameras in a lab, not after 6 months on your pocket, but other users have complained about it on forums.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, 25th April is our 30th wedding anniversary!
A year of travel in a tin can hasn’t broken the love ! It’s just an unfortunate coincidence that our first stop in Washington State is Cape Disappointment!
WOW!, 2016, what a fun year for us. We often get asked what has been the best highlight of our trip. It’s way too hard to answer, there are so many unique places, each with their own highlights. So here is a review of 2016 in A~Z of some of our most loved moments…
To all our RV friends still in Canada… Continue reading
Enjoying the US roads, much better condition than Canada. There is no winter damage here. Gas price now $1.89 gallon, US 50 cents a litre. But we are missing the rest areas on the road side, there are very few scenic pullover or picnic areas.
Myrtle Beach North was great, away from the central mecca of Myrtle Beach. Continue reading