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Outside Online: A new notion of nature

(April 18, 2018) -- José González appreciates the ability to get away. The 37-year-old founder of Latino Outdoors, an organization that’s building a national community of like-minded Latinos and Latinas who enjoy and advocate for being outside, loves to leave his office and the congestion of San Francisco Bay Area, where he’s based, and head out to the mountains and desert to relax, think, and plan. Read More »

Interstellar Orchard: Living on 100 Watts of solar

(April 18, 2018) -- So I mention quite frequently that when I boondock, which is over 90% of the time these days, I live on 100 watts of solar. The next question asked is usually: “What can you do with 100 watts of solar?” So today I thought I’d answer that. Read More »

We’re The Russos: Pre-departure checklist

(April 18, 2018) -- Do you have an RV pre-departure checklist? If not, it’s time to put one together. Having an RV pre-departure checklist will improve safety on the road and make sure important tasks are not forgotten. It’s the same reasons pilots use a pre-flight checklist, sailors use a pre-sailing checklist. Read More »

Gypsy Journal RV: A bunch of birthdays

(April 18, 2018) -- Before I do anything else today, I want to wish my daughter Tiffany a very happy birthday. This is a special birthday to us because early last July Tiffany’s heart stopped beating and she collapsed. Read More »

Girl Camper: Destination Fredericksburg, Tex.

(April 17, 2018) -- On this weeks show I interview Amanda Koone, Director of Communications for the Convention and Visitors Bureau of Fredericksburg, Texas. This Texas Hill Country town settled by Germans in the mid 1840’s offers something for everyone. Read More »

Gypsy Journal RV: The haunted wagon train

(April 17, 2018) -- Over the years untold numbers of travelers have stopped to read the sign, but not many of them know the story behind the marker – the story of the dead man who led a wagon train of settlers through Indian Territory along the Oregon Trail to the coast of what would one day become Washington state. Read More »

Upscale teardrop trailer is tiny home on the go

(April 17, 2018) -- The teardrop trailer has been a staple of the camping world since the 1940s, prized thanks to its affordability and practicality. And while many campers and vans just keep getting bigger and more luxurious, a new class of outdoor companies are looking to reinvent the classic teardrop shape with more modern amenities. Read More »