The sights and sounds of the natural world are a highlight to any outdoor adventure and a driving reason many people take the plunge into RV life. Being able to get out and feel the breeze on your face while listening to the rustle of leaves overhead, the babble of a brook, or quietly watching […]
Don’t even think of becoming a nomad until you get a full-time RVing reality check with “Living the RV Lifestyle: Practical Advice and Personal Tales from Life on the Road,” by Donna Fisher-Jackson.
Smashing the Grass Ceiling: A Women’s Guide to Mastering Golf for Business Success is a new release from first-time author Fareen Samji. Written from a combination of inspiration, advice, and personal stories, the author’s aim is to provide a blueprint for success. Smashing the Grass Ceiling is an alternative approach to golf, giving women the […]
Sooner or later every towable RVer will experience a flat tire on the tow or towed vehicle. Yes, most of us can summon emergency road service (providing you have cell service) and have the spare tire put on if you are willing to wait hours for the service truck to arrive. It really isn’t that […]
Learn how solo RVers clubs help full-time travelers create community on the open road.
Wall Drug Store has attracted visitors the world over since opening in 1931. Located roughly 55 miles east of Rapid City, South Dakota and 75 miles east of Mount Rushmore, the tiny town of Wall was once known by locals as “the geographical center of nowhere”. Not so today. Though Wall Drug Store commands most […]
Summer means one thing – time to head out RVing with the family, enjoying hiking, biking, barbequing, and making s’mores around the campfire. However, nothing can take the fun and adventure out of your RV campout quicker than the buzz and bite of mosquitoes in and around your site. While no precautionary measures can guarantee […]
People hit the road for many reasons, but here are four of the most unusual reasons for full-time RVing.
A golfer in England died of cardiac arrest earlier this spring after he was struck by a bolt of lightning while clutching a golf club. A few weeks prior, a Minnesota golf course putting green was completely redesigned after a lightning bolt made a direct hit on a flag stick – the unlucky 13th hole […]
Most of us picked up on life’s little niceties when we were young, say in kindergarten. Sharing. Taking turns. Working at developing patience. For the most part, we see it in our fellow RVers— courtesy seems like a general rule among most. But still, there are areas where it seems like some need those little […]
During the Klondike-Alaskan Gold Rush of the late 1800s, a network of roadhouses and lodges were established as checkpoints along popular trails between the gold fields and camps. They were used by travelers, mail delivery, and cargo drivers as places to grab a meal, warm up, lodge, and rest their mule or dog teams. Heavily […]