Ramble On- Heading Back to the Bakken

  Leaves are falling all around, It’s time I was on my way.  Thanks to you, I’m much obliged for such a pleasant stay.  But now it’s time for me to go. The autumn moon lights my way. Despite the continued heat, the signs that summer is drawing to a close are apparent. I actually […]

Camper Safety Tips

In light of last week’s tornadoes in Watford City, ND, I think now is a good time to talk about camper safety. I know last week was a scary time for many families living in the Bakken and for many families with husbands staying there. I know I was here in Kentucky biting my nails […]

6 Tips For Choosing A Camper Lot

  The flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, it seems that spring has officially begun and as things begin to warm up in North Dakota many families are considering pulling up roots and heading to the Bakken oilfield to look for work. Some families will be lucky enough to be provided housing by the […]

Oilfield Camper Life: A Man’s Perspective

If you read my last post you will remember that I had been told that I had fractured my elbow. Thankfully, after two trips to the orthopedist they found that it was in fact not fractured. Unfortunately, it still hurts a great deal and I will soon be starting physical therapy to regain my range […]

The Joys of Winterizing Your Camper

  The days are getting shorter here and the nights are getting longer and the temperature is starting to drop like a rock. For those of us here in camper land this means we are in the throes of winterizing our campers. To be honest, our family is far behind where we should be on […]

Oilfield Camper Homeschool

  The concept of living in a camper with a child seems puzzling to a lot of folks and I find that because of this I am often asked how we are handling school for our son. The answer to the question of how to educate your children while living in a camper is a […]