Sunday, June 6, 2010

Taking The Slow Road To Alaska

Three years ago, my wife and I completed our last teaching assignment overseas, bought a Lazy Daze, Class C Motorhome, and started exploring the USA and Canada at our leisure.  We had been full-timing when we returned to Eugene, Oregon, this past fall and decided to spend the winter in a stick-house to test out whether we wanted to settle down or continue on the road.  Using the home of friends who wintered in Hawaii, it took us about a month to realize that we missed the RV lifestyle.  Through the rains and dark days of winter, it gave us an opportunity to modify and upgrade our moving home, and prepare for life on the road once again, this time to explore Alaska and the North Country.

A few days ago we arrived in Whitehorse, capital of the Yukon Territory, and it seemed the right time to share our adventures with friends and family, active and armchair travelers, in two separate but related blogs: Taking The High Road (by my wife Nola), and Highway to Adventure by yours truly.   We invite you to join us along the way and share our lifestyle of excitement, awe and adventure.


At June 25, 2010 at 10:07 PM , Blogger Huff Jones said...

Great blog, David! Great writing; great photos! Now you just need a bunch of Google ads!


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