• My Ole Lady the Boler After: 3ten.ca

    Project: My Ole Lady the Boler After

    It’s done – and sold, yet the work we did on My Ole Lady the Boler is beautiful. Check it out – bright red accents with a light and bright interior. So fun. Oh, and if you haven’t seen the before, you should check that out first; it’s cool to see how much this lady has transformed. My Ole Lady the Boler After We took this shabby paint job, sandpaper, and a lot of time and turned it into a fun little camper. She’s ready…

  • Go RVing Post

    Project: Go RVing Post

    Go RVing asked us a while back – in November- to collaborate with them to write a post for their blog. Well, we happily said yes! The article was published in early December, yet I forgot to share it here. Check it out! Go RVing Post Want to read the full article? Check it out: RVers Know: Helpful Hacks for Making the Most of your Space Indoors! It’s a fun little article with some tips and tricks on how to make your interior shine! Our…

  • Travel

    Travel: Banff National Park

    Banff National Park is beautiful. It’s not very far from our house at just under 4 hours which makes for a nice half day drive. Here we are, heading down the driveway – all packed up in Scobby Doo the Boler (yes, he needs some work!). Okay – here’s the best part – we got a campsite right on the water. Yes! At Two Jack Lake they have a handful of sites that are lake side. Site 44, our site, is the best one! Super…

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    Travel: Elk Island National Park

    Camping! Yes – we went camping again. This is our fourth trip of the season and we’ve got two more left. I’m excited since fall camping is beautiful. Okay – check out our photos. Elk Island National Park The best part about this park is that it’s only 55 minutes from our driveway to the campsite. That’s it – less than an hour! Ah, the hazy ski is from all the recent wildfires in BC – makes for pretty photos. Meet Lexis – she’s a…

  • Travel

    Travel: Waterton Lakes National Park

    Camping in Waterton Lakes National Park – here’s the scoop! Beautiful? Commercialized? Private? Waterton Lakes National Park If you’re living on the west coast of Canada I’m sure you know about all the wild fires we’ve experienced over the last few years (and are currently experiencing, actually). Well, Waterton Lakes National Park got hit pretty bad last September – over 80% of the trails were destroyed and 38% of the park went up in flames. As such, about 50% of the vegetation was lost –…