• Ray
    242
    First day back at our summer RVing base in Campbell River BC. Happy to be back. :smile:

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    PS> Thanks for the new flag @Eddie Aileen
  • RVsolar
    71
    NICE BACK HOME!!!!
  • Eddie Aileen
    42
    You are welcome!
    Happy Trails...Pal!!!
  • Rush and Lola
    49
    Enjoy the home base. We stopped off at the ole homestead in NC to visit family. Put me to work right away. Remember why we went full time now. Got to rewire a 30 amp to a 50 amp so we can run both A/C's in the house.
    Look forward to your next video.
  • Edward
    5
    Glad you had a safe adventures again on the winter trip. Sure Anne is looking forward to getting out on the water. What a great spot to call home base. Enjoy
  • Dhuhn
    17
    Welcome home for the summer !!!!
  • Colibabas
    5
    Sorry we missed you guys the other evening. Thanks for sharing these pics! Looks like improvements have been made since I was there last. Gives us a idea what to expect. We’ll be in site 48. Looking forward to sharing a few Happy Hour travel stories. Cheers!
  • Ray
    242
    Awesome. :) Sites are on the narrow side but views are great, they keep the grounds in good shape. Cheers!
  • Ray
    242
    Campbell River, BC Estuary - Tidal Time lapse



    A 7 hour span one afternoon on the estuary where we camp for the summer at Thunderbird. You can see a full tidal cycle take place. I recorded it with my RVs Haloview backup camera I installed last fall - https://www.loveyourrv.com/haloview-wireless-rv-backup-camera-review/
  • Greg F
    83
    Ray, do you find that you spend more or less money when you are on the road during the winter? The park looks really nice and I am guessing somewhat expensive. Do you ever RV travel within Canada during the summer?
  • Ray
    242
    Usually spend less on the road in the USA since food and fuel is so much cheaper and we can do more boondocking. Our summer park is about $800 USD per month but we spend less on fuel since its walking distance to most everything.

    The main reason for staying here 4-5 months a year has been Anne's boating, she usually moors it for the summer at a nearby marina. However, she has developed a joint ailment called PMR Polymyalgia Rheumatica Looks like her boating may be off the table for a few years. So, considering a cross Canada trip next summer over to the Maritimes on the east coast for a return visit.
  • Greg F
    83
    Sorry to hear about Anne. :(
  • Lorraine
    15
    Sorry to hear about Anne. Not boating will be a tough one on top of the ailment. She can look forward to a whole lot of new photo ops across Canada though . Since being away from Campbell River since June 2012, we are looking forward to being there this fall. Not at the spit, driveway docking in our own back yard
  • Ray
    242
    She is thinking of getting a huge telephoto lens and tall tripod and doing lots of wildlife shots this summer. Lots of subject matter right from our campsite. :)
  • RVsolar
    71
    Hey best wishes for Anne.
    A new lens there goes the budget my wife would say lol.
    Keep safe.
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