Rolling into the Metaline Falls border crossing, we discovered that getting back into the U.S. wasn’t that easy. Good thing we soaked our cares away later in Hot Springs, Montana.
With forest fires surrounding us wherever we went, we made it through a hazy, smoky Alaska Highway farewell.
Grocery shopping on the Alaska Highway wasn’t easy and while RVing in the North Country, about the only thing from the States I missed was my usual grocery store items that stock our pantry.
A mouth-watering tour of our favorite restaurants and Alaska and Canadian Food on the Alcan highway from British Columbia to the Yukon to Alaska and back.
What a joy to discover Canadian food porn in abundance as we traveled the bumpy road to and from Alaska.
During our trip to the North Country we found it hard to deny the state of the planet during our Columbia Icefields climate change reality check.
We don’t buy gadgets without good reason. Here’s why the Thermacell Mosquito Repeller needs to be on your must have Alaska RVing gear packing list.
Do you like rockhounding? Learn why Jade City is a lapidary geek’s dream on the Stewart-Cassiar Highway going to and from Alaska, with bonus tips about drilling jade to make pendants and jewelry.
Boondocking on the Alaska highway was our highest high of our northerly journey, and after finding this secret spot near Destruction Bay, it would permanently remind us of our lowest low on the trip.
As we roll along on a set of mis-matched RV trailer tires, we’re obsessed with ordering RV tires online from SimpleTire when we finally get back to the U.S.