(Nov. 22, 2017) — Before you start making your RV travel plans for the next camping season, you’ll want to listen to this week’s interview about a great resource for finding the perfect spot in public campgrounds.

(Nov. 21, 2017) — One task we RVers all have that is no fun is doing dishes. So anything that can make that chore less time consuming is welcome.

(Nov. 20, 2017) — With winter and cold weather now a reality for many who live in northern states and Canada, its time to make sure your RV is ready for winter.

(Nov. 16, 2017) — We have a jam-packed show for you this week. First off, we’ll tackle the dirty little secret of the RV industry.

(Nov. 15, 2017) — We don’t call our events “rallies.” We call them gatherings. There’s no membership requirements. Any and all types of RVs are welcomed.

(Nov. 10, 2017) — The one consistent thing we’ve noticed in our Roadtreking travels this year is how many new RVers we are encountering out there.

(Nov. 10, 2017) — Women old and young are following their dreams, buying an RV and traveling the highways and byways of North America.

(Nov. 7, 2017) — If you’re down along Florida’s panhandle from March through October, you can watch them practice twice a week. It makes for a great RV Sidetrip, as we show in this video.

(Nov. 3, 2017) — We’ve often spent time at the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area on the border between Kentucky and Tennessee.

(Nov. 2, 2017) — We have lots to talk about this week. We’re going to start off with a discussion about a very controversial topic: The proliferation of what is being called fake service dogs.

(Oct. 31, 2017) — Perhaps the biggest change we’ve seen in our six years of very active RVing is the role apps for our smartphones and tablets have come to be essential tools of our motorhoming lifestyle.

(Oct. 27, 2017) — Helping out is he Erwin Hymer Group of North America and their special mobile research lab equipped with a Kymeta satellite antenna for the Internet, part of a humanitarian effort.

(Oct. 26, 2017) — There is a certain etiquette and behavior standard that RV owners are expected to adhere to. The problem is, many of the key tenants of that etiquette are learned through experience.

(Oct. 25, 2017) — Bird watching is one of the most popular hobbies in the world and RVers are bigtime birders.

(Oct. 25, 2017) — The Sprinter Van is a favorite of RV manufacturers who turn them into Class B motorthomes and DIYers, who like to customize them for their specific needs.

(Aug. 23, 2017) — As you drive along Interstate-70 in Utah, it’s easy to put on a music playlist and blow through without looking left or right.

(Oct. 19, 2017) — In this episode of the RV Podcast we’ll talk to an expert on how to fulltime RV on $1,500 a month, even less if you follow some of the tips you’ll hear on our interview of the week segment…coming up.

(Oct. 18, 2017) — After spending Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday getting it ready, we dropped the Roadtrek off at the port Monday morning.

(Oct. 17, 2017) — It’s expensive ($608), but if you do a lot of camping and boondocking, it is worth it and, in combination with your RV’s standard refrigerator, will really extend your camping.

(Oct. 16, 2017) — Big Bend in Texas is not one of our most visited national parks but it’s certainly not off the beaten path.


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