Rollin’ On TV released its latest episode today which features a review of the 2019 R-Pod, as well as a segment on common RVing mistakes.
Marsha Petry and Janet Shown of Buffalo Creek, Colorado are not completely new to RVing, but have recently upgraded and are about to embark on the next chapter of their lives with a new rig.
The beauty of owning an RV is that you have the ability to wake up in a different location nearly every morning. Full-time or half-time RVers know this better than anyone. However, there are some RV owners who feel the need to quit life on the road and put down some roots but want to keep their RV life. This is where the private RV lot comes in.
We’ve been traveling North America for the past month. Checking out small motorhomes and visiting various RV manufacturing facilities and this week, we want to share the visit we just made to Manitoba, Canada and the factory where Leisure Travel Vans makes its excellent line of Class B-Plus motorhomes.
After our epic Dryuary Challenge, the annual “Superb Bowl” party at LiveWorkDream HQ came as a welcome reward. It has actually been a couple years since Rene and I enjoyed our tradition of staying home to watch The Big Commercials.
“The Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter checks the box on almost all of the items on our needs list when it comes to hosting an RV convention,” said Walker. “And one of the key things that keeps bringing us back is that the facility and the community extend a warm welcome to us each time.”
One of the best things about the RTR gatherings us that we get to meet and become friends with people who have had vastly different life experiences, who have lived all over the country and world, and who bring new and different ideas into discussions.
In the distant past, music CDs, audio books and FM radio were the only soundtrack for RV road trips. Not anymore. Smart phones and Internet connected vehicles give us dozens of ways to fuel our adventures with sound, like this ultimate RV and camping podcasts playlist.
In this video, I take you along with me on a scenic hike near Tucson Arizona in the Tucson Mountains County Park. I tackle the Brown Mountain Trail. Rated as moderate on AllTrails.com
Last night on our regular Sunday night Ask Us Anything live stream on the YouTube RV Lifestyle Channel we shared the new RV we’ll be riding in for the next month or so – the Wonder RTB (for Rear Twin Beds) model from Leisure Travel Vans.
We’d been here about a month, sitting in one place, not moving at all, when one morning we noticed a line in the center of the windshield. Tom thought it was a drip of water, but after looking closer, we realized that it was a crack . . . and we had no idea where it came from!
The trendy tiny house movement that’s made headlines over the last few years used to make me feel hopeful for western civilization. I assumed tiny house dwellers were doing it to tread lighter on the planet. But you know what they say about assuming.
Temperatures in Florida are comfortable for camping right now, and you don’t want to be left out without a camping site this winter. Most sites are already booked on the weekends, but if your boss is cool with you taking a few days off, there should be plenty of availability in the middle of the week.
While the weather is still frightful, campers can immerse themselves in the world of the great outdoors indoors at this weekend’s Springfield RV, Camping and Outdoor Show.