Author Archives: rkcaton

About rkcaton

We are full-time RVrs living in a 40 foot Monaco Diplomat motorhome and touring North America.

Bucket Lists

Bucket lists. Some people have them, some don’t. Our travel list includes stepping foot on each continent and more specific things or places like the great migration in Africa or ferry-hopping around the Scottish islands. South America has been on … Continue reading

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Lost in Alaska or Lack of Inspiration?

It’s been a long time between posts. Nearly nine months. We’ve been trying to think up some great excuse for the lack of posts and have come up with lots of good ones. The first excuse that comes to mind … Continue reading

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Destination or Journey?

There’s something to be said about going to the end of a road. We do it all the time when exploring National Parks, Forests, or Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land. Maybe it’s that old adage of “what’s beyond that … Continue reading

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A Labor of Love – Keno City, Yukon

“Welcome to Keno City!” Those words greeted us as we walked up to the old Keno City Hotel. Our welcome came from the heart of a man who enjoys sharing his town, his hotel, his dream…. Meet Leo Martel, a … Continue reading

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Dawson Creek, BC to Whitehorse, Yukon

We had so much fun on this part of the journey, we thought we’d recap a few of our favorite places!   Many of you know, we love to geocache and to get away from the hustle and bustle. We … Continue reading

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The Wilderness

We were going to post a blog every Friday, but, as it turns out, we’re either busy exploring the Great North or parked in a place with no internet. Which turns out to be a great way to introduce this … Continue reading

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Visions of wilderness in the far north swirled through our head as we left Jasper, AB. The Icefields Parkway from Lake Louse to Jasper presented us with stunning scenery. The landscape along Trans-Canada Highway 16 was as wild as it … Continue reading

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