(July 20, 2018) — In the Badlands of North Dakota hard up against the Montana border, is the sprawling Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It is one of our favorite places to hike and explore and we visit it every year.

(July 18, 2018) — Perhaps you’re a seasoned RVer entering those golden years and not able to be quite as physically active as you once were. In this episode of the podcast, we talk about the different stages of the RV Lifestyle and the opportunities and challenges each stage presents along the way.

(July 16, 2018) — Many years ago I was visiting a good friend in Santa Cruz, CA. He suggested that we go camping at Point Reyes National Seashore. We took his two mountain bikes and biked into one of the campsites near the ocean.

(July 13, 2018) — On this 200th episode of the podcast we talk about a very serious issue – lightning and the particular dangers it poses to campers and RVers this time of the year. Lightning is nothing to take for granted as is all too evident by simply following the news.

(July 4, 2018) — We love sitting around a campfire. But, like a lot of people, we are not big fans of the smoke and mess that comes with a traditional campfire. That smoky smell permeates our clothes and even our hair and it can be quite unpleasant.

(June 28, 2018) — Here’s another “Ask Us Anything” Live Report, this one recorded from the road in Baraboo, WI in the heart of the Wisconsin Dells as we were retrning to our Michigan home from a trip to Montana.

(June 27, 2018) — Aune Oswald Campground in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan is one really nice place to stay if you want to set up camp, watch freighters steam up and down the St. Mary’s River and just plain hang out in a nice town. From there we saw fifteen freighters just from our campsite.

(June 19, 2018) — It was middle of the night dark when four of us piled into the car. I’m Anna, and I last traveled with my parents last summer to Fiddle Camp and the Schoodic Peninsula in Maine.

(June 18, 2018) — Here’s our LIVE “Ask Us Anything” streaming video from last night at our Roadtreking Glacier National Park Photo Safari gathering. We recorded it from our spot in the Chewing Blackbones RV Resort, right outside the Many Glaciers entry to this amazing park

(June 4, 2018) — We get lots of ideas and tips sent in by our audience. Some are too short for a full-length report, but still useful. We’ve saved all the tips you have sent us this year and by combining a bunch of them together, we’ve got a great report.

(June 1, 2018) — Gas prices are soaring with the summer heat, making drivers even more alert for the lowest possible prices.

(May 31, 2018) — We all rely on our cellphones when we’re traveling by RV but sometimes, we’re in remote areas where a cellphone signal is marginal at best. That’s where cellphone boosters come in.

(May 28, 2018) —  If you were a West Virginia coal miner, life was especially hard in the early 1930s. The Great Depression had pulled the bottom out of the coal market, and there were no jobs to be found anywhere in the region.

(May 25, 2018) — We were recently invited to come share our RV experiences with a group of Roadtrek and Erwin Hymer of North America van owners in Canada.

(May 24, 2018) — In this episode… we talk about RV Education 101, how to learn how to maintain, repair and operate your RV and all the intricate parts and accessories through affordable online training.

(May 23, 2018) — If you’re headed to or from Houston, or New Orleans, or Pensacola along the Gulf Coast, it’s easy to get on I-10 and zip through the bayou country.

(May 21, 2018) — Have you seen the comedy movie, Joe Versus the Volcano, starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan? It’s a movie about this guy named Joe, that for reasons I’m not going to get into, decided to jump into an active volcano.

(May 18, 2018) — Sometimes bigger IS better – a friend of mine has a 36 foot Foretravel Class A motorhome, and takes great pride in showing me his leveling system.

(May 16, 2018) — It always amazes me how our RVs enhance our lifestyle. We collect stories from the road on how people use their RV and the stories are endless.

(May 14, 2018) — In eastern Montana, the Yellowstone River is lined with rimrock cliffs that extend more than a hundred feet in the air. They posed a substantial obstacle to settlers moving west, as well as migrating herds of bison, deer, and elk and the wolves that followed them


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