On this week’s episode, Michelle Fontaine takes a look at a Highland Ridge fifth wheel; Mark and Dawn Polk share their list of important pet tips as well as their Top 10 list to improve camping connections; and Jeff Johnson explores the Lake Chelan, Wash., area.
Just like having your first child, the new addition(s) can definitely rock your world. Road trips are no different! Taking your kids on their first travel adventure will most likely, rock it again.
We stopped here for the second time in January of 2019 for a few days on our way from the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park area to the San Francisco Bay Area.
Now that you have gotten your travel trailer, are you prepared for your first trip to enjoy the great outdoors? One of the first things we purchased for our travel trailer was the generator since we will not always be parked in an RV campground.
When winter seems to linger a little too long, one of the best places to escape to is the desert. The epitome of deserts has got to be Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California. This park has it all: sand, rocks, cactus, some odd looking trees, and a wide expanse of blue sky.
RVing and dogs are a great combo, but not when it comes to keeping a clean rig. Dogs create an extra layer of filth inside, especially on the carpet. Ours were rather disgusting and recently I couldn’t take it anymore. I spent a few hours deep cleaning our RV carpet and wow what a difference!
Our aim is to provide helpful tips to RV newbies and hopefully share a bit more with veteran full timers on all things urban and primitive dry camping (a.k.a. boondocking). Plus, we’ll throw in general travel tips and safety pointers here and there.
There are 3 big decisions when planning and preparing to go full-time in your RV. Regardless of where you plan to go and what amazing adventures you will likely have, you will have to setup these 3 things to make the RV life your dreaming of, come to fruition!
As full-time RVers, fuel is one of our biggest expenses. Big rigs aren’t exactly efficient and driving them around the country is far from cheap. Of course, this makes traveling full-time a bit more difficult for those of us who are on a tight budget.
Ocala/Marion County Florida earned that title due to the fact that they have the largest number of horses and ponies than any other county in the United States; more than 35,000 Thoroughbreds alone!