Just 20 minutes west of Denver at the edge of the Rocky Mountain foothills, Golden, Colorado is a modern-day gold rush town with something for everyone.
The town was first settled in 1859 when … [Read More...]
Many visitors to Oregon overlook the central and eastern part of the state and head straight for the Portland area or Pacific coastline. But one of the state's most amazing natural wonders is hidden … [Read More...]
Everyone loves the sun, but too much of a good thing is not good for your skin. The Skin Cancer Foundation reports that each year more than five million skin cancer cases are diagnosed here in the … [Read More...]
RVs and motorcycles, what an adventurous pairing! Obviously, we here at RV Life have an inherent need for freedom, open roads, and open skies. We seek a lifestyle that allows us to pick up and go on … [Read More...]
The Santa Fe, New Mexico area offers a multitude of cultural and scenic attractions for RVers. One of the more scenic areas to explore is Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, located about 40 … [Read More...]
Bakersfield, California, with a population of roughly 350,000, is the Golden State’s ninth largest city. Flanking the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley, about 110 miles north of Los Angeles, … [Read More...]
You can learn a lot about an RV park by reading their reviews and seeing photos of the property. It can help you find out which resorts have spacious full hookup sites, and avoid crowded parks that … [Read More...]
When someone mentions boondocking, you typically think of public land in the western states. Mention boondocking and snowbirds in the same sentence and most people will narrow it down to the desert … [Read More...]
“OMG it’s back! What do you do when they won’t leave?” This was a text message I received from a friend who was boondocking with her husband and dog near Mount Shasta in Northern California on their … [Read More...]
Exploring the outdoors and learning about local history are examples of the many treasures offered in southern Indiana. The Corydon area has a lot to offer, namely the Battle of Corydon Park, which … [Read More...]
Rob Decker is a graphic artist and photographer who has spent over 50 years visiting the national parks in the U.S. When he was only 19 years old, he had the lucky opportunity to study under the … [Read More...]
There's a little something for everyone in Hot Springs, Arkansas. This town in the Ouachita Mountains is surrounded by Hot Springs National Park and less than an hour from Little Rock. It's not only … [Read More...]
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Blending the past with the present, Biloxi, Mississippi is one of the premier destinations in the Deep South. With the recent addition of another quality RV resort, this Gulf Coast city should be on … [Read More...]
For years I have been touting the benefits of Google Earth. Through the years I have used it to:
Find boondocking campsites
View RV parks and campgrounds in advance to see how they are laid … [Read More...]
A retired medical doctor who also spent a number of years golfing and traveling has published a book on his experiences. Dr. George Kitchens’ “Golfing Across the Ponds: A Duffer’s Perspective” is not … [Read More...]
The term “millennial” is tossed around a lot these days, and often with a negative connotation. Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are typically born between the years 1980 and 1999. This would … [Read More...]
Remote and little-known points of historical interest rank high on my list of places to explore. When these places also provide a free place to camp (typically boondock), I like them even better.
A … [Read More...]