Why not campground host? I have loved camping over the years beginning with my family when I was a child and then with my own children. My husband was a backpacker and forEVER until this fifth-wheel, we tent camped everywhere imaginable from Glacier National Park to Rocky Mountain National Park to Zion National Park, to state parks in South Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado. We have the blessing to be outdoors and breathe nothing but fresh mountain, sea level air, enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Kenai Peninsula, watch for moose, eagles, bear and whatever else saunters along, as well as spend time with family.
Category: Alaska 2017
This Life called BOONDOCKING!
When we first decided that we wanted to campground host in Alaska, we were directed to the Kenai Wildlife Refuge. All of the information said that we would have to ‘boondock’, a word we had never heard before. A little research showed us that it meant ‘living in the boondocks with no amenities’ or no water, no power, no sewer. In other words, ‘off the grid’ in a trailer.
The Yukon Territory with its (Mis)Adventures into the Final Frontier
Needing a restful Sabbath, we decided to take two days and stay at Liard River Hot Springs.We crossed Summit Pass where it was snowing and then headed down into the Muncho Lake area – “Muncho” meaning ‘large lake’. It truly is beautiful this time of year with all of the frozen rivers and lakes. On…
Sunday, April 23, when we crossed the border into Canada, seems so long ago as of today, Wednesday, April 26. We were told by several people that crossing the border can be a long and tedious process. We arrived at Abbotsford border crossing and were through in less than 5 minutes. I guess we looked ‘old and harmless’…