We are lucky around here that it takes 20 minutes or an hour to pull our 17" Boler
to a spot to have an instant waterfront cottage.
After we set up outside and I go inside and pull open the "kitchen" curtains, I say, "Thanks, hubby, for this waterfront view."
True, we need to level it so the fridge
, then we like to put up the tarp and build a suitable fire-ring, so that takes more time than driving up to a static cabin. Or does it?
I recall my mom bringing half the house to our Manitoba cottage, and hubby recalls how his family had two yards to mow.
We are going to dry-camp our way to Dease Lake: any ideas?