Working out the big trip bugs

An Okanagan sunset from N'kmip campground

An Okanagan sunset from N’kmip campground

Dexter enjoys some beach time in Osoyoos

Dexter enjoys some beach time in Osoyoos

Carved Miranda enjoys one last look at N'kmip RV Park

Carved Miranda enjoys one last look at N’kmip RV Park

It's all good, The Dog keeps watch on the home on wheels

It’s all good, The Dog keeps watch on the home on wheels

When you’re planning on traveling thousands of miles in a house on wheels, it’s a good idea to take it out for a spin, kick the tires a few times. We have, we did and with the help of Tim at Summerland RV who is a business owner by day and the Dude’s arch nemesis in card and crib games helped the Maloney clan out with a little love on some broken bits on the RV. Osoyoos was the chosen spot for the dry run and really folks if you have to spend time somewhere in the spring with a cold bevvy in hand, the N’kmip camping resort is the place to do it. Onwards we go, off to Edmonton to say fare thee well to the famdamily on both sides..

Every journey starts with a first step

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Step 1 – decide you’re going to leave your perfectly wonderful life in the Okanagan behind for a year and set out in a 250 square foot house on wheels across Canada and the US.

Step 2 – rethink Step 1 and ask yourselves if you have completely lost your minds.

Step 3 – say what the hell and lease out your house, leave your job and friends behind, pack up all your belongings and head out on the road like a couple of gentrified Clampetts with your dog in tow.

Step 4 – set up your travel blog so all your friends and relatives can place bets on which of you will be the first to have an epic travel meltdown.

Place your bets, let the games begin!!!

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