Howdy, chuckwagon friends.
We are days away till we head out on the road for another fantastic chuckwagon season! The training has been going great. A little on the chilly side of things, but things still are going straight ahead.
Spring is here, yet the snow lies on the ground. The sunsets are becoming so much more prominent. The horses have been brought in from the pasture to begin what we call spring training.
Welcome to my blog, “The Travelin’ Trailer.” I’ll also be writing here about my time “Home on the Ranch.”
Thirty-three years ago I met the man I was to marry. Little did I know that half of every year, we would be traveling the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. The reason? I married into the Tommy Dorchester chuckwagon family.
Let me explain about that last name. My husband’s name is Rick Fraser. Rick’s late mother’s birth name was Joan Marie Dorchester, born to Tommy and Joy Dorchester. Joan married Lyle Fraser, divorced, and then married Dave Lewis, the man Rick called his father. The late Dave Lewis was also a chuckwagon competitor.
And so my story begins. I will take you on a journey, through my eyes of a Chuckwagon Wife’s daily adventures. I sincerely hope you enjoy the stories I have to tell, take in all the photos I share to go with them, and, at the end of the day, I hope I have touched someone’s life in a new way.