If you’ve always wanted to work in national parks, here’s what I learned about how to get a National Park camp host job in the U.S.
There are many reasons why RVers prefer using solar panels instead of generators or campground hookups. It’s not only more eco-friendly, but solar power enables us to boondock off the grid away from crowded RV parks. A large variety of solar panels are available for all budgets and power needs. Here’s why we recommend using […]
Visiting the beach is a must in the summer, but it also means you’re going to be bringing back tons of sand. Here are a few things you can do to help keep sand from getting tracked in and around your RV. Use a brush to clean off Pack a small brush to wipe off […]
Do family obligations keep you from taking an extended family RV trip? Watch “The Far Green Country” for a dose of inspiration to actually do it.
Jessica Breinholt will admit that the dog show world is an interesting subculture all on its own, filled with characters and situations that you need a quirky sense of humor to fully appreciate. She should know—Jessica has been involved with showing her Siberian Huskies for over 30 years since her childhood. She now shares her […]
If you’re dreaming of a more independent, off-grid life, the new RV lifestyle book “Unlocating” by Margie Lundy explains how to make it happen.
More and more outdoor enthusiasts are gaining interest in wild edibles or foraging the forest for local plants that can be eaten. While this may be a fun diversion to explore sustainability, it isn’t something you should do unless you are certain that you’re selecting plants that will not make you sick. There are many […]
The road can be hard on any RV, especially when it comes to your kitchen and closets. These three best housekeeping tips for better RVing can make your next adventure hassle-free.
Retiring and hitting the road in an RV is the dream for many people. But for Jim Brown of the NC Motorcyclists blog, it has been an enjoyable reality for almost eight years. The full-timer has traveled all over the country visiting National Parks and Jeep riding in the desert. We reached out to Jim […]
Matt and Diana have been drawn to the outdoors since they were young. Diana grew up in Latvia, where she hiked and backpacked with her family and solo (including backpacking around the world) before coming to the Eastern US for school and getting involved with the outdoors club there. Matt grew up as an outdoorsy […]
If you’re curious about workamping before retirement, this full-time RVing couple has some advice for you.