In the last installment we looked at options for camping on state land, using Washington State as an example. This week I will share what you can expect in the way of camping and adventures when exploring the Colockum Wildlife Area, which is one of 33 wildlife areas in Washington State. The 105,662 acre Colockum […]
RV history expert David Woodworth explains how modern designs and RVing’s popularity point to a bright future for the RV industry.
In the past two installments we have looked at equipping your new RV for its first campout. While you might choose a state park or private RV park for your first outing, I am going to share a tip of where to find free campsites that most RV newbies are unaware of. Most every state […]
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For many RVers, a “Rocky Mountain High” is that unpleasant feeling when nausea, headache and fatigue happens the day they begin a mountain vacation. Altitude sickness (also known as Acute Mountain Sickness or AMS) is an issue that most RVers will encounter in their travels but thankfully there are easy ways to prevent and deal […]
Happy Holidays iRV2 members! We hope you’re having a fun time celebrating the most festive phase of the year no matter where you’re parked. Whether you’re a full-time or part-time RVer, if you hit the road for the holidays and your friends and family think you’re nuts for celebrating the Christmas season on the open […]
Happy Thanksgiving iRV2 members! If you’re kickin’ back in a tryptophan-induced coma from all that turkey you gobbled, what better time to take it easy and reflect on all those cool RVing things we’re all thankful for. See if you agree with our list of: The Top 10 Things RVers are Thankful For. 1. Lower […]
One of the greatest advantages to owning a home on wheels is that you have the option to drive away from Old Man Winter – usually. Unfortunately as many RVers eventually discover, making a fast break from freezing temperatures isn’t always possible. If cross-country winter RV travel sends you into the polar vortex while in […]
Ready to pack up your RV and escape from the clutches of Old Man Winter this snowbird season? Well according to the The Farmer’s Almanac 2016 winter forecast, you’re going to need to put a lot of gas in the tank and really far south to stay warm. Winter 2016 in North America is going […]
If you think full-time RVing is out of the question because you have young kids, think again. Some families are hitting the road in RVs of all sizes with kids and pets too, living without borders as they get a hands-on education in history, geology, sociology and more. Many of them keep blogs about their […]
Every year more RVers and dogs (cats too!) hit the road together for adventures in far-away places. But taking your furry family member along comes with challenges you might not expect. For example, not all pets adapt to the road right away and some are terrified of being in motion. But even if you think […]