The town of Dulmen, Germany.
Where are Kevin and Ruth now? Dulmen, Germany.

Where are Kevin and Ruth going next? Winterswijk, Netherlands.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Been on the road for three months!

Tuesday January 15... 10:20pm

Three months on the road! It feels like a lot longer than 3 months since we left Ottawa!

Monday, January 14, 2008

Tecolote Beach (day 4)

Monday January 14...10:15pm

A bit of a cloudy day today, so Ruth and I went for a bike ride up along the coast. We were trying to get to the next major beach called El Coyote, but we don't think we made it quite that far. The road going out there kind of turned

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Tecolote Beach (day 3)

Sunday January 13...11:00pm

Didn't have a great sleep. There were two dogs barking at about 5am and they kept going for about an hour.

Saturday, January 12, 2008

Tecolote Beach (day 2)

Saturday January 12...11:00pm

Had a good sleep and woke up listening to the waves crash up on the beach. We're parked about 30 metres from the shoreline and have a beautiful view of the bay out our window. We can watch the different ferry boats coming into La Paz.

Friday, January 11, 2008

Tecolote Beach

Friday January 11...10:40pm

Said goodbye to Phillip and Patricia at around 9:30am. We drove about 3 hours to La Paz. Very boring scenery most of the way...flat, with the odd bit of brush and cactus. Twice, we saw where a truck had rolled over going

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Still at Phillip and Patricia's

Thursday January 10...10:15pm

Walked around the little village this morning. Glen had some educational math games she wanted to donated to the village school, so we stopped in there. Phillip introduced us to the teacher. He teaches about 24 children

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Phillip and Pat's place

Wednesday January 9...10:00pm

Woke up this morning to find that I had left the outside light on all last night. Stupid! So the batteries had pretty much drained what power we had put into them with the driving the day before. But we think we're learning that if you

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Crooked cops!

Tuesday January 8...10:00pm

We were on the road about 8:45am this morning. We figured it was at least a 2 hour drive to Ciudad Constitution, maybe a bit more. Considering that we rarely drive any faster than 80 km/h, our average speed when you take into account the slow uphill grades is quite a bit closer to 70 km/h.

Monday, January 7, 2008

Last day at Juncalito...

Monday January 7...9:50pm

The pelicans wake us up in the morning as the sun rises about 7:15am. We're parked pretty close to the water, and as it gets light out, the pelicans can start to see the schools of small fish close to the beach. They feed on

Sunday, January 6, 2008

Still at Juncalito

Sunday January 6...9:50pm

Yet another nice day. About 25 and sunny.

Ruth and I are at the point of running our generator for an hour in the morning to recharge the laptop and the house batteries. Glen and Steve have a solar panel that does a good job of keeping their one house battery

Saturday, January 5, 2008

Coasting along...

Saturday January 5 ...9:30pm

Hottest day yet. Temperature about 28 and sunny with no wind.

Friday, January 4, 2008

Juncalito Beach (day 3)

Friday January 4...9:35pm

Another great day. It started off a little cloudy, but by noon it was sunny and warm.

Thursday, January 3, 2008

Juncalito Beach (day 2)

Thursday January 3...9:30pm

What a beautiful day today! The wind has pretty much disappeared, and the temperature was about 26 today. Probably our best day yet. Even had our awnings out for some shade for the first time.

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Juncalito Beach

Wednesday January 2...11:30pm

Got up early this morning and hit the road. Nobody had come to collect the rent, so we decided to leave while we could. We see this happening regularly with other RV's...they arrive late and leave early so that they don't have to

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Keys

Tuesday January 1...10:15pm

Whiskey let us sleep in a bit this morning...didn't get up until almost 8:00am. We had drinks last night with Jack and Margaret from New Mexico. They're the people with the satellite internet, and they had said we could log into their network to check emails and stuff at 9:00am this morning, so that was very nice of them. We've found that RV'ers are so very friendly...everyone willing to help and share.