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This is a blog about the different places we've visited while camping with our Visa travel trailer. It also has a few tips about modifying a trailer to improve its storage capacity.

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Latest Blog Posts for Traveling with our Visa

  • I'm back!
    on Oct 29, 2014
    Wow! I can't believe it's been more than 2 years since I've posted something here. This blog has really been neglected.I've decided to bring it back with a fresh new look.In the next couple of posts I will do a recap of where we went this past summer...
  • Back to normal
    on Mar 26, 2012
    Well that summer weather didn't last long. We're back to normal temperatures of around 10 degrees.I guess it'll give us a bit more time to plan our trips.We also need some time to get the trailer ready. It needs a good washing and waxing to make it l...
  • Is it summer already?
    on Mar 22, 2012
    Up here in our part of the country (Ottawa, Canada) it has already started to look and feel like summer. We went from -10 to 25 degrees in a couple of weeks. This change in weather has us thinking about camping.We can't wait to get out on the open ro...
  • Niagara Falls
    on Aug 9, 2011 in Niagara Falls Marineland
    My parents wanted to go to Niagara Falls for a few days... again! (I've been there too many times to count).   We figured it would be fun to go with our daughter and it was a great time to go because most of the attractions are free for kids und...
  • Hook, line and sinker
    on Jul 27, 2011
    My wife found these very stylish hooks that you simply stick on the wall. She decided to get a few for the Visa. They're practical but a bit pricey. I think they were around $6 per hook.We put two of them above the outside door so we can hang our key...
  • Mirror mirror on the wall
    on Jul 8, 2011
    When we first towed the Visa I noticed that the Pilot's mirrors were inadequate for towing. I couldn't see the back of the trailer so it wasn't practical for line changes. Fortunately we only drove on a one lane road.I knew I had to find something be...
  • Jersey Shore
    on Jul 6, 2011
    Our second outing with the Visa was to Wildwood, NJ. Since it's 855 km from our place we decided to do the initial trip in two days. We spent the first night at a nice quiet campground a few kilometers outside of Syracuse.Arianne enjoying the scenery...
  • The maiden voyage
    on Jun 21, 2011
    This was our first trip with the Visa (finally!) and it was our first time pulling it with the Pilot. We chose a place we already knew which wasn't too far from home in case something happened on the way there. We were also traveling with experienced...
  • Where do I hang my towel?
    on Jun 16, 2011
    You won't find a towel bar in the Visa 19RSD's bathroom so we purchased something to hang on the bathroom door.You can't tell from the picture but the bars are all of different depth. Normally the deeper bar would go on the bottom and the less deeper...
  • More storage ideas
    on Jun 15, 2011
    In the Visa 19RSD there's a closet next to the bed. It's a fairly spacious closet but the only thing inside is a bar for hanging your clothes. Since it's not very practical I thought about adding a shelf on the bottom so that we could at least have s...
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