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Roadtreking: Angels on my shoulder

(March 5, 2018) -- Traveling in our Roadtrek for four and half years, we thought we had had it all. Great experiences, great locations, great people. But recenty we had our first authentic, Roadtrek-to-the-bone-and-reaching-out-into-the-Universe-Roadtrek Experience. Our Dutch friends say we have angels sitting our shoulders when we have good fortune, who knows? Read More »

Roadtreking: Making sense of turnpike tolls

(March 2, 2018) -- As the warm weather starts to arrive, many are planning their cross country RV adventures. Many of those routes will be on toll roads. Do you need to purchase a sticker or toll device for your RV? Which toll stickers are the best to get? What happens when you encounter unmanned tool booths? Read More »

Roadtreking: My fun and expensive trip to the tire store

(March 1, 2018) -- After four years and 56,000 miles, it was time to replace the tires my Roadtrek Sprinter came with. I have a long one-ton chassis in my CS Adventurous, which means dual rear wheels, and I had been fortunate to have the original Continental tires that were supplied with the new vehicle wear evenly and uneventfully throughout their useful life. Read More »

Roadtreking: Meet our new ebikes

(Feb. 26, 2018) -- After a lot of consideration, Jennifer and I finally got eBikes. For some time, Rad Power Bikes have been a sponsor on our RV podcast. We figured we really needed to try them so we knew what we were talking about. Read More »

Roadtreking: Way down upon the Suwannee River

(Feb. 19, 2018) -- Our Roadtreking gathering at Florida's Manatee Springs State Park had us all singing that line from Steven Foster's 1851 song a lot this past week as we kayaked, canoed, pontooned, photographed and explored this beautiful and undeveloped river. Read More »

Roadtreking: Two easy organizational tips

(Feb. 12, 2018) -- What Anne did was to purchase one of those tension bars that people use for closet organizers or even sometimes bathroom shower curtains. Ann set hers up across the back of the bathroom in the RV.The first tip has to do with wet towels and where to hang them. Read More »

Roadtreking: An encounter with paint ball Mike

(Feb. 6, 2018) -- When Mike Carmichel was twelve years old, he accidentally dropped a baseball in a bucket of paint. “Interesting,” he said to himself, and kept dipping it. Then he wrapped a wire around it to use as a handle and invited his friends to help. That was the beginning of this story. Read More »