Yesterday morning, we did some groceries and Lindsey came with us so that we could drop our little car off at Justin’s cousin’s place. They actually have a nice spot where we could park up with
for a few days as well, so we’ll take advantage of that when we return. Sherman
Also, I contacted a few couchsurfing hosts and had responses from a couple of possibilities who have also said we could park up for a few days in the area. This is good because we don’t want to overstay our welcome at any one place! Most of the time we hope to be off exploring, but when we come back to visit Lindsey, Justin, and Cameron, it will be nice to have some options.
Cameron's first visit in the motorhome!
We put in another $70 worth of propane as we headed out of town. And the propane place let us use their water supply to fill up the fresh water tank that was getting very low. So now
is a happy camper, and so are we because we have heat and water! Sherman
Heading out the Annapolis Valley
It turned into a nice sunny afternoon, but it was cool and very windy. I had scoped out a possible overnight spot using Google Maps near the town of
Morden overlooking the Bay of Fundy. After we got through the village, it became a dirt road and started getting fairly narrow, but then we came to our destination just as the road ended. Actually, the road did continue on, but there was a sign that said “road closed”. There was one car parked where we wanted to be, so we just made room off to the side and waited until he left. Then, we got ourselves set up.
Notice Sherman at the bottom of the hill. We are actually walking up the part that was "closed".
GPS location N45.08877 W64.97153
Nice view out our side window
Going for a walk after dinner
Nice scenery, but it was so cold and windy!
It was a really nice spot for boondocking, but I wouldn’t recommend it for a rig much bigger than ours, and certainly not if you’re towing. And it might be a little busier during the summer, but maybe not. And if you head here to overnight, make sure you take the route going through the
. village of Morden
We had a very peaceful sleep there last night, but it’s pouring rain this morning. And, we were out of range for our mi-fi cellular internet, so we’ve already headed inland a little bit to find some unsecured wi-fi and be able to post this blog. Not sure what we’ll do today because it’s not the nicest for travelling. Actually, it’s not the nicest for anything unless you're a duck! And of course we’re not getting any solar power either. But you know what they say…a bad day RV’ing is far better than a good day at work!
Only had to do 50 kms (30 miles) today to get to our overnight boondocking GPS location N45.08877 W64.97153