The Healthy Traveler” blog at rvlife.com is a rich source of practical advice that will help keep you safe and healthy as you travel in your RV. Each week a new blog entry is posted on a health and safety topic that is directly related to the RV lifestyle. Recent topics have ranged from the […]
Every issue of RV Life contains articles on travel destinations that we think would interest RVers. But we only have space to highlight a few of the many places that merit an RV trip. That’s where the Internet can help. At rvlife.com, seasoned RV travelers share their knowledge of attractions that are well worth including […]
You can find good travel information by clicking on the blogs at rvlife.com, but it’s also a place to go if you are just looking for stories that are fun to read.
Longtime RV Life columnist Sharlene Minshall posts a new blog entry each week. Sometimes it’s about what’s going on in her life at that moment. Sometimes it’s her recollection of places she has seen in many years of RVing. And sometimes it’s just an assortment of random thoughts. But no matter the subject, Sharlene paints a vivid picture and makes it entertaining.
With lots of guidebooks on the market and all the resources available on the Internet, it is easy to find information about popular destinations for RV travel. But one of the joys of RVing is the ability to visit places that are off the beaten track.
At rvlife.com, we have bloggers who are experienced travelers and have a knack for finding places that are not the routine choices in every guidebook but are well worth seeking out. You will find a wealth of ideas for interesting trips by reading “Adventures in RVing” by Dave Helgeson, “Great Escapes” by Denise Seith and “RV Travel Tales” by Arline Chandler. For example, here’s a recent post in the “RV Travel Tales” blog describing one of the stops made by Arline, and her husband, Lee Smith, on an RV trip through Wyoming and Montana. As you’ll see as you read on, one of the benefits of travel is not only the places you see, but also the people you meet.
A growing number of retirees are selling their homes, dumping their possessions and hitting the road full time, according to a recent report in the New York Times. But, as regular readers of our monthly column, “On the Road for Good,” know, you don’t have to wait for retirement to make that move.
Columnist Rene Agredano was still in her 30s in 2007 when she and her husband opted to become full-time RVers. Rene has chronicled that experience in her monthly column for RV Life, on her website at LiveWorkDream.com and in her weekly blog, “The Full-Timing Nomad” at rvlife.com.
Dave Helgeson, the author of the “Adventures in RVing” blog at rvlife.com, travels throughout the West with his wife, Cheri, when he isn’t busy promoting RV and manufactured home shows in Washington state.
His blog reflects his wide travels and the pursuit of fun in out-of-the-way places. Dave also likes to save money while enjoying the RV lifestyle, so you will often find money-saving tips on his blog.
The blogs at rvlife.com are an endless source of information on places to visit while traveling in your RV. If you are a regular reader of our monthly magazine, you know that Dave Helgeson, Arline Chandler and Denise Seith are frequent contributors of travel articles to the magazine, but they share even more of their travel expertise at rvlife.com.
You can find their weekly posts of stories and photos at rvlife.com by looking under the blog heading and clicking on “Adventures in RVing” by Dave Helgeson, “RV Travel Tales” by Arline Chandler and “Great Escapes” by Denise Seith. Here’s a recent post by Denise on an interesting place to visit in Washington state.
The blogs at rvlife.com offer a wealth of travel information for RVers, but you will also find helpful, practical advice, too. Rene Agredano’s blog, “The Full-Timing Nomad,” is a great source of information for anyone who travels full time or takes extended trips, and Rick Stedman’s “The 19th Hole” keeps golfers up to date on new golf courses and new products. Here’s a recent post from “The 19th Hole.”
The blogs at rvlife.com are filled with interesting information on places that you might like to visit. Arline Chandler, who writes the “RV Travel Tales” blog, tours the country several months each year with her husband, Lee Smith, a photographer, and posts a new article each week. Recent topics range from cave tours in Missouri and Kentucky to a jet boat ride in Arizona.
She is just one of several bloggers who share their travel experiences at rvlife.com. Here is one of Arline’s recent posts, which explains why the old London Bridge is now standing in Arizona.
If you have been following Rene Agredano’s column on full-time RVing in this magazine, you know that she provides a wealth of practical information every month. But there’s more. Rene also writes a blog at rvlife.com entitled “The Full-Timing Nomad,” in which she shares information about her travels and RVing every week. In a recent post, Rene offered this helpful advice to anyone planning a trip to Quartzsite, Arizona:
One of the joys of RV travel is stumbling upon the unexpected, and no one has more of a knack for coming across out-of-the-way places that are surprising and interesting than Dave Helgeson. When he isn’t promoting RV shows, Dave and his wife, Cheri, travel extensively in their RV, and Dave details these excursions in his blog, “Adventures in RVing,” at rvlife.com.
You will find lots of RV travel information at rvlife.com by clicking on the “blogs” heading and reading articles and seeing photos by Dave and other experienced travel writers. Here is one of Dave’s recent posts: