While RV camping off-grid on our property in Vermont we had a big decision to make - should we have a large propane tank delivered or refill our small tanks?
Our 1,000ft driveway was covered with a foot of fresh snow so there was just one question - could we snowboard down it? Only one way to find out!
If you are looking for a quiet, rustic campground in Vermont that's open in winter, I highly recommend Green Mountain Family Campground!
With so much to do before we leave Vermont for winter, will we get everything done in time? It's been busy, but we decided to relax this Thanksgiving.
After discovering mold in our RV roof, we had the entire roof replaced. We learned what caused the mold and made some modifications to help stop it happening again.
Our RV hasn't moved for almost 4 months, and despite the snow and ice, it's time to hook up and hit the road for our long drive from Vermont to Oregon.
In the blink of an eye, everything changed as we've been forced to abandon our RV in the middle of winter.
It's been a month since the winter solstice, and we're now in the midst of winter - and we haven't given up yet! Here's how things are going in our RV.
Despite New England's reputation for brutal winters, things didn't turn out quite the way we expected them to this Christmas.
We're spending the holidays this year surrounded by snow and pine forests as we enjoy our Latvian-British fusion Christmas.
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We've well and truly broken ground now, hitting some major milestones but also breaking some things along the way.
After a couple of hectic weeks of final preparation, this week we had our first glimpse of what lies beneath the surface on our property.
After a lot of consideration, we decided to part ways with our architects. Since then, everything has been turned upside down...in a good way!