The big storms that have been sweeping across the country causing problems for people from Texas to the Midwest are supposed to be here sometime this afternoon or evening, and the weatherman is predicting straight-line winds of up to 68 miles per hour, heavy rain, and the possibility of tornadoes.
Not everyone can afford to buy or tow around an Airstream. If you really want to experience one of these sleek trailers, there are several new Airstream hotels that have recently opened up. These unique hotels and where they are located are destinations in themselves. They also include everything to make camping a luxurious experience.
Normally, people hate boring things, but if those were pics of your friends, let’s say, skydiving, or snorkeling, you’d have much better time faking your “wows” and “holly craps”.
There is only one reason we set course for the little-known North Carolina town of Kinston and that was to eat at Chef and the Farmer. If you have ever watched the PBS show A Chef’s Life then you too have fallen in love with Chef Vivian Howard and the local farmers and personalities that entertainingly fill her show.
We had read about a good biking road that runs between Bastrop State Park and Buescher State Park. So when we checked into our campsite here, I asked the lady in the office about it and she used the word “grueling”.
When our friend Amir told us we could use his passenger van and convert it into a camper van, I was beyond excited! Having lived out of a professionally converted camper van, I was ready to take on our own DIY camper van build.
This is the peak of the RV Shopping season as RV shoppers across North America narrow down their selection and make their purchases. So, what exactly are RV shoppers looking for? In our interview of the week, we’ll talk to a group of them and learn what features are most in demand.
With National Park Week kicking off on Easter weekend, you can be sure there will be stifling crowds in some parts of the National Park System. So why not avoid the crush by going to one of the overlooked jewels in the system?
Linger Lodge’s RV Park set to undergo renovation if approved by Manatee County commissioners.
We’ve tried more than a few things over the years to keep our RV windows covered. Track mounted curtains. Home-made draping curtains. Pleated shades. Roller shades. Suction cup-py reflect-y thingies. We’ve even been known to try the factory-supplied shades (gasp)! But with our new loaner van, Parky, we thought we’d check the market again and see if there was a better mousetrap around.
You won’t want to miss is 729-foot Amicalola Falls. Not only is it the tallest waterfall in Georgia, but it is also one of the highest cascading waterfalls east of the mighty Mississippi River.
The histories of Native Americans and early settlers living in the mountains centered around Frazier Park, California are told through donated artifacts and family photographs. The museum is one small room. A log cabin and early gas station are located on the grounds.
Routine maintenance is an important part of RV ownership to help prevent problems while you’re on the road. One area that’s often overlooked is the rubber slide-out seals or gaskets which can become deteriorated and cracked over time if they are not lubricated regularly.
In my mind, summer is almost here, even though the Rockies appear to be stuck in winter. And without any real summer plans on our agenda, Jim and I are thinking about a return to workamping. Are we crazy? Possibly. But that’s never stopped us before.
If you’re one of those people that does everything by the book then yes, officially Route 66 has been decommissioned. This happened back in 1985. However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t still tons of fun to be had along this stretch of road that spans all the way from Chicago to Los Angeles.
By popular request based on the popularity and universal appeal of our 330 Rule of traveling (no more than 330 miles a day or stop by 3:30PM each day, we decided to have some fun and print up a bunch of small stickers and make them available in our RV Lifestyle shop in a 4-sticker bundle for you all.
As full-time travelers, my family and I love to find amazing attractions all over the country. From museums to national parks, we make a point of seeing as much as we possibly can during our travels, and that has paid off in some really awesome ways. We’ve seen some incredible sights and learned some really cool things.