5 Years of living with a husky! Beast of burden? You decide!

On Aug 08th of 2015 we took a chance to bring home a rescue husky who was called Kaliki. One of the best things we ever did. Is he a lot of work? YES! Is he worth every moment of it Yes! (Now you know this is his Mommy talking right!) There have been some challenges but thankfully I married the dog whisper himself so together we have adapted to this new family. We hope you enjoy our boy as much as we do and we’d love to hear about you and your fur babies so please tell us about them.

Music: All We Need by Adam Brock

The Cold Side (Instrumental) – Colton Venner

Whole Lot of Love –

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Acadia NP, Then & Now + Biking Carriage Trails

On day two of in Acadia National Park we enjoyed a fabulous bike ride on the Carriage Trails. There are 57 miles of Carriage Trails, we opted for the ones that took us around Jordan’s Pond and Eagle Lake. If you love our National Parks as much as we do than we invite you to join us on our ride as we learn some of the fascinating history of how the park was started as well as some of the best and most popular places be sure and to while you visit.

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Hiking in Acadia National Park – Trust the Journey

When traveling cross-county, many of us map out our general route and drop some pins along our “bucket list” of favorite spots to see. 
 
Some of us are planners, where the whole journey needs to first be mapped out and planned. Others like Michael and I are more of a “just wing it” type. We generally have a good idea of our plans between driving, taking care of our furry pupster Kaliki and stocking the RV with supplies.   Later we figure out where we are going to stay, without micro-managing our daily agenda – yeah, we’re the “wing it” couple. 
So on this trip heading to the far North to York, Maine we decided that since we were only a few hundred miles to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, we continued our northerly sojourn.
To make the most of our time in the Acadia National Park, we rose early to assure we would be able to find parking for our 25 foot RV (large parking spots are few and far between). That said, the park offers a nice transit system free of charge that can take visitors around the 27-mile loop, complete with hop-on and off privileges.
We jumped off at Sand Beach and on the spur of the moment, decided to try The Great Head Trail.

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Lobster in York Beach to Bar Harbor, Maine

Video 33 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!

In our latest video we are in the beautiful state of Maine. It’s mid Sept and the weather is perfect! We stop to visit our friend Creda who wines us and dines us over a scrumptious Lobster meal. Creda is a local artist and we share some of her art as well as some of York’s history. You can see more of Creda’s amazing art on her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?…

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Lake Havasu, Arizona – 2020 Hot Air Balloon Festival

While winds prevented most hot air balloons from taking flight on Saturday 1/11, on the 12th, several dozen balloon crews took to the skies on Sunday with spectacular weather over Lake Havasu, Arizona. Whether shooting video from the London Bridge where the hot air balloons get up close and personal, the channel channel waterway, downtown or near the Crazy Horse RV park, the views were fantastic! We also have some footage of the local colorful post-holiday nightlife.

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XScapersBash2020 – Day 1 and Day 2, Lake Havasu, Arizona

As always, we love to start off the new year going to Arizona and having a FUN-TASTIC time with “800 of our BEST friends” in Arizona at the XScapersBash2020 convergence!!!” This year we rendezvous in Lake Havasu coincident with their awesome annual Hot Air Balloon Festival with spectacular weather fitting for all snowbirds. Of course when the XScapers subgroup within the Escapees clan get together with hundreds of RVers, having rules are important and our number one motto is: WE ARE INCLUSIVE – EVERYONE IS OUR FRIEND!

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OK and back now to our series,  Around the USA in 90 Days!  We hope you are enjoying these stops throughout our wonderful country.  It brings us great joy to share with you everything from local attractions to National Parks.  If you are enjoying these videos please share them with a friend or two and if you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to leave us some comments.

Minute Man National Park, Shot Heard Round the World, Boston, Lexington, Lincoln, Concord

Video 31 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!

Care to learn and share intriguing facts leading up to the American Revolution? Want to learn different video producer perspectives, including a quick-paced animation, a high-tech game play, Lincoln National Park park ranger perspective, Minuteman & British soldiers re-enactment? Great, let’s join in the narrative commentary and share your own views!

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Plimouth Village Plantation Living History – Settler reenactment 400 years ago

Video 30 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!

Following up on Part I of our Plimouth, Massachusetts tour of the living history plantation, in Part II Grace (a descendant from the Mayflower) goes back 400 years to converse with period actors portraying the life of Pilgrim discussing their life, joys and hardships. Hmm, at first glance being an early settler with adventure and freedoms sounded GREAT… but their journey got far worse than today’s First World Problems!

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