Why you should visit Canada’s Badlands

Dinosaurs do not roam the earth anymore but… Step back into a time over 75 million years ago when 49 different types of dinosaurs roamed what is now the biggest and most remarkable area of Badlands in Canada. These dinosaurs foraged for food in this once lush coastal plain adjacent to the Bearpaw Sea. Although the sea is long gone … Continue reading

KOA Workamper Program

TRAVEL THE SEASONS WITH KOA With over 485 KOA locations, possibilities abound. Every year our KOA Work Kamper program offers hundreds of job opportunities across our network of KOA campgrounds. For those who love the RV camping life, it’s simply a win/win opportunity. SUBSCRIBE TO THE WORK KAMPER PROGRAM KOA owners always need seasonal help. If you are willing to … Continue reading

Campground Operators

Campground Operators manage all aspects of private or public campgrounds in a safe and professional manner. The duties of a Campground Operator are diverse, requiring both people and mechanical skills. Much of the work is outdoors and the seasonal nature of most campgrounds generally allows for different opportunities during the off season. Some operators take the winter off, some have … Continue reading

My RV Kitchen is a Mess

No Doubt about it – my RV kitchen cupboards are a disaster! I would be embarrassed if anyone came to see us and opened any of our cupboards -my RV kitchen is overloaded with things I “think I must have.”  I am all about good intentions. When we were loading the essentials into the fifth wheel I kept repeating a … Continue reading

Saskatchewan residency laws for snowbirds

Saskatchewan snowbirds and travelers – your government is being realistic! I just received word on Saskatchewan residency laws and rules for travellers (I’m not sure when these were changed but they are much more realistic and straight forward. Below is what I copied from their website. Who is considered a Saskatchewan resident? For the purposes of vehicle registration eligibility, an … Continue reading

BC Parks Volunteer Opportunities

BC Parks works with thousands of volunteers every year – please go to www.bcparksvolunteers.ca for more information. Park Host Program The Park Host Program is an important hospitality service available to visitors in some park locations. The role of a park host is to enhance visitor services, greeting park visitors and providing them with information about things to do in … Continue reading

RVers need exercise – now!

I know you don’t want to hear it and it seems strange to have to say this but RVers need exercise. How do I know RVers need exercise? Because I am one of those people who sat in our fifth wheel all winter waiting for winter to be over.  I did do a bit of walking – if you can … Continue reading

Visitors – How to RV in Canada

If you have questions about coming to Canada in your Rv – you’re not alone. RV in Canada to relax and enjoy our beautiful country. I hear discussions and concerns about our banking system, questions on how to cross the border, what food is available, languages, gun laws, safety and all types of other topics. Those are just a few … Continue reading