(Nov. 20, 2018) — Yesterday morning, I was sitting in my chair with my computer on my lap perusing Pinterest for recipe ideas when I happen to glance at the calendar hanging on the wall next to me …. the high-pitched screech that escaped my mouth had Al jumping up the steps into the RV from outside to see what the heck happened.
(Nov. 19, 2018) — We’re at Petrified Forest National Park as I write this, and there is a lot more to see and do here than we thought there might be. More on that tomorrow!
(Nov. 19, 2018) — Let’s face it, RVs are great for driving into the outdoors. Unfortunately our houses on wheels can’t go everywhere. True outback exploring requires more nimble, rugged overland RV trailers or at minimum a tow vehicle (toad) outfitted with sleeping quarters.
(Nov. 19, 2018) — In this video, I show you a bit of the Harris Beach State Park campground. The campsites are set in a pretty forest on a bluff overlooking a beautiful beachscape.
(Nov. 19, 2018) — Continuing my series on tiny trailer living, today I’m going to address another common question: how do I handle having so little space? This can be broken down into two subjects, living space and storage space.
(Nov. 19, 2018) — RVs and freezing weather don’t exactly go hand in hand. But with the right preparations, it can still be a successful and enjoyable experience.
(Nov. 16, 2018) — What a time we had at Walt Disney World, camping at the Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground right on the Disney property in Orlando, FL
(Nov. 16, 2018) — When we knew we wanted our road trip to continue past the “one year off” phase, we scrambled to find a way. If only the new workamping guide book, “Live Camp Work” was around.
(Nov. 16, 2018) — In this video, I show you how I have the 8-foot bed of our new 2018 Ram 3500 truck organized for life on the road as full-time RVers. It took me a few tries, but I think I have everything sorted out the way I want it.
(Nov. 16, 2018) — “Never Again!” Barb said after an intense 8 hour drive on slick and slippery roads on our way south from Douglas to Sioux Falls. Multiple cars in the ditch, our own rig slipping about a foot sideways on more than one bridge and everything in the rig was frozen up.”
(Nov. 16, 2018) — If you have driven through Fort Macleod in southwestern Alberta, Canada, you may have noticed a blue highway sign proclaiming “Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump Next Exit.” It is a location name that sort of sticks with you and makes you want to go find out more. And you SHOULD!
(Nov. 15, 2018) — On Tuesday, Panama City Commissioners approved a resolution that would allow mobile homes, recreational vehicles, and campers on individual lots within the city limits of Panama City regardless of the zoning district.