Thanks for dropping in on The Bayfield Bunch:)) We are Kelly & AL with our happy little wonder dog Pheebe. We are a Snow Birding RV couple with our main summer home in Bayfield Ontario, Canada. We have a second winter home in Congress Arizona which is now home base for our South-West travels
We have lived the Snow Bird lifestyle since 2006 concentrating our winter travels in the Great American Southwest. Five of the past 6 years we have thoroughly enjoyed the Boon Docking side of RV life & are avid supporters of that lifestyle. With the purchase of our Congress house in March of 2012 we spent the 2012/2013 winter season busily, & I may add happily working on our house & grounds. In February of 2013 we sold our 2003 33' Damon Challenger Motorhome & downsized to a 2013 23' Class C Sunseeker. With our smaller rig we plan to use our house as a springboard for shorter boon docking travels in Arizona & surrounding States..
Welcome to our travels & thank you for dropping by. Much appreciated............ AL:))
One of the most frequently asked questions readers have about my blog is what kind of a camera do I use. I actually have 4 cameras & use all of them.
My DSLR Nikon D-90 is the Workhorse for the majority of my photos. It sports a Nikkor 18-55mm 1:3.5-5.6 lens. I use this camera for most of my landscapes.
My older Nikon DSLR D-40 has a Nikkor 70-300mm 1:4.5-6.6 lens. I use this camera & lens for most of my candid people photos, birds, animals, bugs & flower close-ups.
My Canon Powershot SX210iS is the point & shoot camera I carry in a case on my belt everywhere I go.
My Canon Powershot A730iS point & shoot is the camera that sits close to my recliner for most of those doggy living room photos.
Both Nikkor lenses are interchangable between the D-90 & the D-40. I also have a spare Nikkor 50-200mm lens as well which will fit either Nikon.
Previous to my Nikon D-90, most of my photos were taken with my old faithful Nikon D-50 from about 2006 to early 2011 whereupon the D-50 suffered a rather gruesome death when it fell off a table onto a cement porch in southeastern Arizona. The 70-300mm lens on the camera survived the fall but the D-50 did not:((
I also have a Stellarvue 80mm Refractor Nighthawk telescope which I have adapted to fit both my Nikons giving me the equivelent of a 700mm lens. Only control I have over this lens is shutter speed. It is also manual focus.