In the current issue of Workamper News®, Steve Anderson, President and Director of Possibilities, wrote on the topic of “work” in Workamping. The founders of Workamper News, Greg and Debbie Robus, created the concept and the title for RVers who want to seek employment or volunteerism as they travel. Workamp and Workamper are both registered […]
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Whether you feel like a walking pharmacy or just take a few vitamins, you want to make sure that you keep your medications secure and safe in your camper. Even the most luxurious motorhome will have limited storage space, and you don’t want the children getting ahold of your important medications. Here are some tips […]
Thanks to Joyce E. McCollum from Florida for her comment that she took me up on, the Blog suggestion of making a graph for her User ID/Password accounts. It certainly has cut down on my frustration (at least a little bit!). My 24-year-old granddaughter, Becca, a WWU grad, visited me for two weeks […]
If my travels ever take me to Cape Town, South Africa, my wife and I will spend a night or two “camping” at The Grand Daddy Hotel. While its spacious suites and fancy marble bathrooms would be a draw for most world travelers, the real draw for us would be the Grand Daddy’s penthouse trailer […]
If you enjoy touring authentic historic homes rather than re-creations, head to Salem, Oregon and have a look at Deepwood Estate. Completed in 1894 when the average cost for a home was only $1,000, the price tag on this Queen Anne showcase was $15,000. The architect was William Knighton, who later served as Oregon’s first […]
With so many quality courses spread throughout California, it’s easy to miss some of the real gems that exist in the Golden State. In Irvine, for example, a couple of great golf courses have stayed under the radar including Oak Creek Golf Club and Strawberry Farms Golf Course. Located about a 20 minute drive from […]
In 2005, 160 science students from Ajo Middle School in Ajo, Arizona, studied the habitat of Quitobaquito Springs, natural warm water springs under a sunshade of mesquites in the wilderness of Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. The students collaborated on a design plan and physically built the refuge habitat, La Cienga, at the Visitor Center. […]
The healthiest meals include a multitude of colors. When you’re cooking at home, you know the importance of adding vegetables and fruits to the regular diet. Unfortunately, those good habits can fly out the window when you’re packing up to hit the highway and explore a new area in your RV. However, you can enjoy […]
Adventurer, since moving to the states, has been focusing on building the best truck camper available with focus on reducing weight, lowering price, maximizing features and building the best constructed and insulated camper in the market!
The New 2013 Adventurer exterior features and upgrades;
Added new black framed dark tinted windows (Also available in Thermo Pane), ladders and entry doors adding more depth and exterior eye appeal and improving the look over previous years white framed windows, ladders and doors.
Every two or three weeks, I make that trip into Surprise (if the weather is cold) or to Prescott (if the weather is hot) for major supplies. At the very least, this includes two stops, Costco and Wal-Mart. Yes, the cost is more to drive 120-mile round trip to either big town than to drive […]
I recently traded tow vehicles and was anxious to try out the towing capabilities of the new truck via a short trip to the mountains before setting out on a longer excursion. I selected a place to boondock for the night by a mountain lake not too far from home. Upon arrival we were met […]