In the last entry, we explored waterfalls north of Dahlonega, Georgia. There are many more waterfalls in the surrounding area for those that take the time to seek them out.
One of them you won’t … [Read More...]
The Guadalupe River begins near Kerrville in Texas Hill Country and flows southeast for about 225 miles until it empties in the San Antonio Bay on the Gulf of Mexico. Several campgrounds and resorts … [Read More...]
Taking the great American Alaska RV road trip this summer? If so, don't miss unforgettable RV tripping to Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia.
RV Tripping to Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia
When you … [Read More...]
One night when I was camping in the woods I went to bed without realizing I hadn't put away a bag of food hidden under the picnic table. I woke up in the middle of the night to the sound of footsteps … [Read More...]
Northern California has some of the country’s best weather along with plenty of outdoor activities. Featuring more than 200 miles of hiking and biking trails, Redding, California is the perfect place … [Read More...]
Dawson Creek is a small town in British Columbia, Canada that is best known as being “Mile 0” of the Alaska Highway. For those adventuring by road to Alaska, the Alaska Highway (or AlCan) is the only … [Read More...]
If you asked Brian and Sharon Jones “What’s the best rig for full-time living?” they will probably quip “The one you make yourself, of course!” This Texas couple knows. Their adventure-bound big DIY … [Read More...]
In the past couple of entries, we have been exploring the golden history of Dahlonega, Georgia. In this installment, we will head start heading north in our RV to the DeSoto Falls Recreation Area … [Read More...]
The National Football League’s Green Bay Packers may have put this northern Wisconsin city on the map, but the town of Green Bay and the surrounding area has plenty to offer, whether it’s football … [Read More...]
Every April, the National Park Service celebrates National Park Week in honor of the 419 protected sites countrywide, including the national parks, historic sites, and national monuments.
This … [Read More...]
In one remote coastal Alaska town, the bears outnumber the locals. It’s hard to believe the two can usually co-exist without problems, but that’s exactly what life is like in Hyder. Here in this … [Read More...]
Twin Falls, Idaho, in the south-central portion of the Gem state, offers plenty of picturesque outdoor activities throughout the year. The city even took its name from two waterfalls in the Snake … [Read More...]
In our last post, we visited Georgia’s Dahlonega Gold Museum and learned about one of the earliest gold rushes in the United States.
In that elusive search for the precious yellow metal, gold … [Read More...]
The abandoned mining town of Garnet, Montana is located about eleven miles up Garnet Range Road between the towns of Clearwater and Drummond in the Missoula area of Western Montana.
In its heyday, … [Read More...]
Anyone with the cash can buy a recreational vehicle. Most can be driven on the street without any additional training. But if the owner hasn’t mastered the art of avoiding RV wrecks and disasters, all … [Read More...]
Major League Baseball is just around the corner, and the Texas Rangers have already knocked it out of the park. The Rangers, based in Arlington, Texas are the first professional baseball franchise to … [Read More...]
The popular Good Sam Trip Planner will no longer be available as of April 10, 2019. Luckily, there are still some very useful resources for RV trip planning that will help you map out your travels, … [Read More...]
It's finally spring, the weather is warming up, and wildflowers are starting to bloom. While part-time RVers are beginning to kick off their camping season, it's also the time of year when bees and … [Read More...]