After using the camper for the last four months on our northern journey, which we traveled approximately 23,000kms/14,300 miles we have the following items to report. Truck: The truck performed without any trouble what so ever. Never having issues with elevation changes, powering up the mountain roads easily and the engine brake doing its job
After 4 months in the Northwest portion of North America, and almost 4 weeks in Europe we are finally heading south, while in the west and north we visited: • The lowest point at 282ft/86M below sea level – Death Valley. • Anchor Point the most westerly point you can drive to on the Mainland. •
Dubrovnik, Croatia: After another uneventful sea day we awoke to find ourselves anchoring in the Bay off Croatia. We docked in the port of Dubrovnik in the Adriatic Sea, it is renowned for its old city located within rather large stone walls. We had pre-booked a tour for this stop, loading onto our bus around
Kotor, Montenegro: After another sea day we awoke to find ourselves anchoring in the Bay of Kotor at the town of Kotor. We anchored off-shore and had to be tendered off. As we were leaving the port we purchased tickets for a Hop-On-Hop-Off bus. This bus took us along the shore of the inland waterway
We are on our way to Europe for a 21 day Mediterranean Cruise with Catherine’s mother Pat. Pat had expressed interest in a Med Cruise as part of her bucket list but could not travel alone as she used a walker. Knowing we would be back around the end of September to take our camper back to
Some people have asked for information regarding our Truck & Camper, So here it is: Truck: White 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD 4×4 SRW. The truck is a 1 Ton, Crew Cab, Long Box with single rear wheels. I purchased this vehicle new in June 2015, at the time of leaving on our trip it had
From Seward we decided to do a long day of driving and travel to Valdez in one day, we left early in the morning stopping in Anchorage for breakfast and an oil change for the truck, then continued on to Valdez Along the way we came across some unusual geology where we took a break.
When we arrived in Anchorage we decided to stay at Ship Creek campground, as it was walking distance to the downtown area, staying three nights. We visited some of the tourist and historic locations. The Salmon were running up the Ship Creek estuary so a few fishermen decided to take advantage. We met up with
We left Dawson late in the afternoon taking Top of the World Highway over towards the Canadian/US boarder. About halfway there we found an out of the way camp spot for the night. Next morning, we set off toward Fairbanks, Alaska passing through the most remoted boarder crossing either of us have ever been too.
After hanging out at the spit for a short time after dipping our toes in the Beaufort Sea (Arctic Ocean) we headed back into town, past the end marker for The TransCanada Trail . We noticed 4 churches closely clustered together, which seemed a lot for such a small community. We walked past the cemetery,