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.
They couldn’t find their ultimate RV for full-time living, so Brian and Sharon are building their big DIY RV themselves.
You can keep bears out of campsites with the one best safety tip residents of a small Southeast Alaska town always follow.
RV wrecks and disasters can happen to anyone without formal RV driver education. Here’s why investing in a class is cheaper than paying your RV insurance deductible.
The popular Good Sam Trip Planner will no longer be available as of April 10, 2019. Luckily, there are still some very useful resources for RV trip planning that will help you map out your travels, find campgrounds and more. 1. RV Trip Wizard The best trip planning tool made specifically for RVers is RV […]
Marsha Petry and Janet Shown of Buffalo Creek, Colorado are not completely new to RVing, but have recently upgraded and are about to embark on the next chapter of their lives with a new rig. We have all been there at one time or another, and all had similar struggles with the learning curve, fears, […]
Learn, laugh and listen while your roam with the ultimate list of RV and camping podcasts for travelers.
Nighttime travel, particularly along remote roads where obstacles and wildlife may be found, can be treacherous. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that nighttime driving fatalities occur three times more frequently than that of daytime driving. During low light times, the human eye has a more difficult time with depth perception, color determination, and […]