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 […]
If you are the parent of twin 10-year old boys, an “active lifestyle” is rarely an option. The Speers family of Evergreen, Colorado, however, takes active living to a whole new level! During the summer months, you can find Andrew, Nicole, and twins Lucas and Aidan (10) completely at home in their Craigslist find mobile […]
This past winter, Dr. Susan Dent took a sabbatical from her veterinary practice and traveled south from Alaska with border collie, Tesla, and Icelandic horse, Blackbird, to the Lower 48 in order to compete in and become a certified judge for horse trail events. The events are known in the horse world as AERC […]
The freedom and self reliance an RV offers is part of the attraction for many people that have joined the RV lifestyle. You can go where you want, when you want, and take care of your own needs along the way. Self reliant RVers have no problem camping without hookups. Many enjoy the benefits and […]
To most people, the largest state in the nation conjures up visions of natural adventures, untamed places, and wild people. Alaska is a BIG land. If you overlay the state of Alaska with the contiguous US, it would stretch from the California coast to the Florida panhandle and north to the Great Lakes. Even with […]
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 […]
Learn how to live your RV dream with RV lifestyle coach Melissa Dafnis’ free two-week summit featuring twenty one interviews with full-time RVing experts.
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 […]