Most of our recent travelling has been VIA boat. We left in 2014 on a 34' trawler with the intentions of completing the Great Loop -- a circular system of connected waterways (rivers, lakes, canals) that encompasses the eastern portion of the United States and parts of Canada. The route took us through Lake Michigan and downtown Chicago, down several rivers to the Gulf of Mexico, around the tip of Florida, then up the Eastern United States, mostly on the Intracoastal Waterway, through New York Harbour and the Hudson River and home to Canada. We made it about half way before deciding that we really enjoyed winters in the South, left the boat there and started coming home for the summers. So that leaves us "half-looped" and having great winters in the South on the boat. Works for us!
We are both semi-retired (teaching and private business owner) and new to the world of RVing, being the proud new owners of a new-to-us Class A 30' motor home. We were delighted to find this website for two reasons: we love to anchor out on the boat and this sounds a little similar, and we love to meet new people.
We are looking very forward to another chapter of new adventures.
To be discovered...
We just purchased a 30Q Class A Hurricane motor home.
Site is on open slope of about 6 inches in 8 feet. Lot width enough for our truck/ trailer overall of 45 feet cross-slope and unlimited up-slope. Units with long rear overhang likely to have difficulty. Hosts respond quickly to e-mail. They are personable and helpful while respecting guest privacy. Excellent access to all usual needs as No Frills, Foodland, CTC, Wal-mart, Home Depot, and special interests as Drayton Entertainment productions at Kings Wharf, Discovery Harbour, Martyrs Shrine, Huron village, and Georgian Bay cruises. Bimodal