Thanks for checking out our blog site and we hope you will enjoy the photographs and some of the articles. The year 2020 has changed many things for some however we still managed to get out travelling and do some camping. Charlotte and I are very fortunate to have two homes, they are both small and we love them both. One is a small cabin on Pike Lake in Saskatchewan and the other is a Northern Lite truck camper on the back of our Ford F350. It’s been getting harder to tell which one is our primary residence, however with the length and severity of our winters so far the cabin is slightly leading. As you can tell from our posts and more to come, we are learning how to extend our camping season into winter. Yes even in Saskatchewan as we are not able to travel further right now.

The intent of this blog is to share our many photographic images, my first love, and our journey to become free and travel with no set schedule or plan.  A freedom from “stuff”, living a simple life filled with more peace and enjoyment.  By not being possessed by possessions we have been able to retire without a huge bank account and enjoy life now. I realize this lifestyle is not for everyone and I am not selling it, just sharing our experience and feelings and the beauty of nature through our images.  We still have lots of “stuff” which we are still disposing of which is not easy to do.

Being a nomad I think is in us. As we travel we will share our experience and images of the places visited. Our thoughts on all the different campers we have owned, camper modifications and more. Winter camping failures and successes we have to share. As well cabin life, downsizing, events encountered on the road, people and just some plain cowboy logic on life, so hang on to that saddle horn.

We hope you will find the blog interesting and perhaps just a little informative. If so we would be pleased if you subscribe for updates as I do not want to keep posting them on social media, and also share with a friend that would be a compliment to our efforts.   

Thanks Gerry and Charlotte

Hope to see you “down the road”