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My Favourite Things

Here’s the stats and favourites from our trip for an at-a-glance summary of what adventuring in the Yukon looked like for us.

End of the Road

One of the big factors in our travels, and this goes for any driving adventure, is where is the next gas station located? Now, on a normal road trip, your mileage is probably fantastic, and you don’t need to fill up very often, but when you’re pulling a trailer, gas is a necessary stop every 350 km or so. 903 more words

Wrapped Up in Books

Things I’ve read or am reading this past month while on the road…

✅ Gilded Lady by Elizabeth Camden

✅ Feeding My another by Jann Arden (brought it to finish it… I’ve been reading it for a while) 206 more words

On the Road Again

Well, we’ve started the pilgrimage south, with mixed emotions. We have loved the adventure of exploring places none of us have any knowledge about, getting lost together, learning together, and really just being together. 373 more words

Settling in...Projects getting done

Well, I’m slowly settling in to my semi-permanent RV spot. Jolene (my trailer) has some work to do still but she’s getting there. If you haven’t been following my adventure so far- there isn’t a ton to catch up on yet- I bought a travel trailer, quit my job, moved (farther) North, and began my summer living in my trailer AKA Jolene. 455 more words

Gold Fever

Carcross, YT

Just north of Conrad is the delightful little town of Carcross. We stopped in to visit the tourist info centre, where a very helpful lady gave us the most up to date info on all the museums and attractions that are currently open. 572 more words

Kokomo

Roscoe and Jeremy anxious to go fishing at Boya Lake, BC

We left Dease Lake on July 12… and realized it was Sunday! It’s really hard to keep track of the date, or even which day of the week it is when you’re camping and travelling. 746 more words