We live in the High Arctic. Both work for Territorial government presently but have a varied past employment history. We just bought our first RV this year and have much to learn. We did some renting in the past to test the waters so to speak. We are just in our 60s now. At home in Nunavut we drive ATVs/side by sides and snow-machines. I do hunt and we both fish and we enjoy going to our cabin for week-ends by snow-machine in the late winter and by Rhino during the summer/fall. We also enjoy cold beer/wine and friendly, relaxed people.
As we start our RV journey we expect to go slow and build our selves up to longer trips/stays. We see our selves, at this time in our life, as travellers who move around a fair bit as there is much to explore.
We are just off the boat and just getting started in the RV area.
I have no problem doing minor mechanical things as I do all our own fixing. Things are getting heavier now though. Or am I just getting older!
We are somewhat of a open book at this point in time. We were thinking to start close by so that would mean Alberta area and then expand from there.
Our RV will be based out of Edmonton, Alberta. We live in Nunavut where there are only community roads.
Triple E 27 foot class C.
Ever wonder what its like to live and work far up north? These folks are true northerners, real salt of the earth. It was a delight to share our boondocking spot with them and we hope their travels bring them back this way soon.
Happy Trails, thanks for the visit.