Cross-Canada RVing with Huntington’s Disease in 2019
The story of a couple–one of whom is Huntington’s Disease positive–who spent two months driving from Princeton BC to St John’s NFLD, and back again. We put over 18,580 kms on the odometer!
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From the journal: “Woke up to another beautiful day. Last day! I don’t want to go home, but I want to. I have enjoyed the time travelling in our little motor home. I haven’t enjoyed the feeling of always being on the go. This country of ours is beautiful, friendly, welcoming, thoughtful and BIG! ThereContinue reading “Day 61: Sept 1 British Columbia”
From the journal: “Woke up to sunshine and quite warm weather. Usual routine. Lethbridge and Fort Macleod are over 900m. Great highway. Can see the Rockies from Fort Macleod and they are over 100 kms away. Sky was covered with huge clouds. Huge wind farm in Fort Macleod. Crossed the BC border and kept goingContinue reading “Day 60: Aug 31 Alberta”
Medicine Hat is located on the South Saskatchewan River. Known as “The Gas City” for it’s huge natural gas reserves. * * * From the journal: “Woke up an hour earlier as we had turned our clocks back. It was probably 5-6 degrees. No frost. We were on the road by 7:30am. Lots of cloudsContinue reading “Day 59: Aug 30 Saskatchewan”
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