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Motorhome Travels with Daniel Voyer

Traveling in a motorhome is the best way to travel as far as I'm concerned! --Voyer (1994)

This is my first motorhome, which I acquired in 1994: A 1984, 21 ft Vanguard on a GM G350 chassis. It was a workhorse that went many places with us. This picture was taken around Marble Canyon, Az in 1997. I sold it in 1999 to replace it with the rig below.

This one is a 1986, 24 ft Vanguard (again!) on a Ford E350 chassis. The engine was a pain to work on, but this motorhome had the power to pull our car on a dolly. This picture was taken in May 2004, in Ingram, TX. This was the start of a trip that took us through Arizona and Utah. Memories to last a lifetime!

This is my favorite picture from that trip, taken when Susan (my wife) and I hiked to Delicate Arch, at Arches National Park (Utah). I've done longer hikes, but this was the most spectacular ever!

Here's a clearer picture of our motorhome (kind of clearer, anyway) . This one was taken in May 2005 at a campsite at Paynes Prairie State Preserve in Florida. That was a great place for biking and hiking as well!

This motorhome is a 2000, 28 ft Royal Classic Expedition which was purchased in October 2007. There's actually an enclosed rear bedroom with a queen size bed! The picture was taken the day after we picked it up.

This is a better picture of our motorhome with the car towed behind. This one was taken in 2008 in the Badlands of South Dakota where the buffalo roam and the deer and the antelope play. The rugged landscape made for awesome hiking.


Monahans Sandhills SP Texas

Camping in the Sahara desert?

Actually, that's Texas! In Spring 2012, we traveled down to Southwest Texas. Here at Monahans Sandhills State Park, the dunes dwarf our motorhome.

Spruce Woods trail

The Canadian desert?

In 2016, we decided to check out this vast country of ours. We discovered sand dunes in Manitoba, grasslands in Saskatchewan, cactus in Alberta and a love of kayaking in Ontario. Canada really is a diverse country that is worth exploring!

Chateau motorhome

Our latest pride and joy!

This photo of our new 24 ft Thor Chateau was taken at Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan. It is smaller than our last motorhome but still has all the comforts of home plus gets us into more places.

Check this link if you want to know more about the RV lifestyle: Go RVing!


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