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While so many RVers spend their time on the road in the summer, we chose to do our RV time in the cooler months of the year. Might have something to do with Siberian Huskies in the house.
Sorry, Typhoon, not this weekend. But there will be lots more RVing to come this fall!
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Weekly thoughts from our Hu-Dad with the latest updates on his writing projects, the books he's reading, and a gratuitous dog photo of us.
Requiem for a Rabbit
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Missed A Rabbit By A Hare
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Cooler weather rocks!!! Typhoon, my the Mom would probably take yeu anywhere yeu want. Yeu are THAT cute and also convincing!!!
wif lubbs from Little Reufus
We prefer traveling in October with the dogs, too! It’s just such a nice time of year to be out and about!
We agree RVing cooler months make the Norwegian Elkhounds in our house happier
Oh My! You could go From Alaska To Copper Harbor Michigan.. The Most Northern Tip of the UPPer Portion of The Upper Penninsula.. Now That would be a Long, Long, Long Trip From North West To North East and Then Back Home. Now We wouldn’t be there because we used to RV there! but you would meet lots of Black Bears all around Town and I can just Imagine the Moose you could meet in Alaska.. Let us know when your leaving and are Mom says she can have us on the high way with our doggy back packs and treats, 😉 Maybe we could hitch a ride with the Herd to Alaska. <3 Imagine That a Trip with Hitch Hiking doggys 😉
Ayla sez: Typhoon, you tell the hu-Dad he needs to take the Herd on a really long RV holiday, like up to Alaska. That way, you would have to come right through Dawson Creek, which IS Mile 0 of the Alaska Highway, and me ‘n Ice would get to meet the whole Thundering Herd. Wouldn’t THAT be an RV trip-and-a-half?!