Cooking while camping can seem like a daunting task. Problems like food storage, time management, and limited counter space can make having home-cooked meals seem impractical. Even with access to … [Read More...]
Railroads conquered the mountain passes of the west long before highways were constructed. Much engineering was required to construct a rail grade gentle and straight enough to accommodate the … [Read More...]
Boondocking, also known as dry camping, dispersed camping, or wild camping, is the art of staying in the wilderness without hookups or designated campsites.
For RVers looking for tranquility, … [Read More...]
Canada offers plenty of wide-open spaces with endless spectacular views. One area in British Columbia that offers both of those elements is Edgewater Hilltop Par 3 Golf & RV Park, located in the … [Read More...]
Do you need to lose weight? No, I don't mean go on a diet or start exercising more. I'm talking about trailer weight—you know, those extra pounds that stack up every time you buy a souvenir or invest … [Read More...]
Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a unique outdoor venue located in Morrison, Colorado (about 15 miles west of Denver). Red Rocks has hosted multitudes of world-class concerts where musicians take advantage … [Read More...]
Few things are more refreshing than taking a leisurely drive past stunning landscapes and through otherworldly terrain. Take a break from domestic monotony and focus your next RV adventure on one of … [Read More...]
I have seen Deception Falls many times while driving over Stevens Pass along Highway 2 in Washington State. I had even slowed down a few times to get a good look and snap a photo of it as I crossed … [Read More...]
Having a membership to AAA can be a lifesaver in case your car or RV breaks down and you need roadside assistance, but did you know that members can also get discounts on everything from shopping to … [Read More...]
Lake Chelan, in the heart of central Washington, offers much more than 300 days of annual sunshine. With four distinct seasons, this popular wine growing region attracts visitors throughout the year. … [Read More...]
Wildfires can occur for a variety of reasons, but most are caused by human actions, whether directly (ie unattended campfires, fireworks) or indirectly (transformer sparks, powerline arcing, etc). … [Read More...]
Those that regularly follow my adventures on this blog know that I am all about free places to camp and lesser known places to explore.
How have I driven past (literally within a half mile) the … [Read More...]
Many RVers would rather boondock for free than stay in a campground or resort. Most BLM areas, national forests, and national parks allow dispersed free camping for up to fourteen days at a time, and … [Read More...]
In much the same way that Americans celebrate the 4th of July holiday, Canadians, too, celebrate Canada Day on July 1. Canada Day, also known as Canada’s Birthday, is a national holiday that … [Read More...]
North Carolina’s capital city of Raleigh is worth a visit any time of year. To explore the area, consider staying just west of town at North Carolina State Fairgrounds Campground, which has 350 … [Read More...]
No one likes to think about insurance. But whether you are heading out for a vacation or live in an RV full-time, insurance is something that you need to consider.
Many times people are tempted to … [Read More...]
Stella Mare RV Resort recently opened in 2017 across from the beach on the Texas Gulf Coast. This popular new resort on Galveston Island has full hookup RV sites, vacation home rentals, and lots of … [Read More...]
In the last installment, we were heading north from Nevada’s Echo Canyon State Park into Spring Valley State Park. In this installment, we will explore Spring Valley State Park north of Eagle Valley … [Read More...]