This week began among the rolling hills, quiet lakes, and colorful flowers of the International Peace Garden in Dunseith, North Dakota. The International Peace Garden has its own campground and we found a private spot nestled in some white birch trees. After a few small set backs last week, it was a perfect place to find our AWAY.
Memories And Music In North Dakota
When most people think of RVing, vacations usually come to mind. That’s the reason the majority of people get an RV and it is the best way to escape and relax. However, vacations aren’t the only benefit of RVing. The RV can also serve as a home base for families who are involved in activities that require travel. For example, we knew a family in our hometown of Ventura who was involved in taekwondo. They traveled in their RV all over the state of California to taekwondo tournaments. The RV gave them a home away from home. They would park in parking lots of the tournament site so they could come out and relax in the RV during the long competition days. The RV was not only a comfortable base camp; it saved money otherwise spent on food and hotels. It’s something to seriously consider if you or your kids are involved in activities that require travel.
This morning we are packing up and heading across the border into Canada. So be sure to come back next week to read about crossing the border with our RV and for some beautiful pictures of the Canadian Rockies!
Have you ever used your RV as a home base during activities or sporting events? Anyone plan to #GoRVing in Canada this summer?