Below you will find a description of each of our RV blogs. RV Life bloggers post several times each month on a variety of topics such as full-time rving, travel destinations and places of interest, workamping, camping, health tips, golf, and much more.
The Full-Timing Nomad
Rene Agredano and her husband, Jim Nelson, became full-time RVers in 2007 and have been touring the country ever since. In her blog, Rene chronicles the ins and outs of the full-timing life and brings readers along to meet the fascinating people and amazing places they visit on the road.
Adventures in RVing
No one does a better job of ferreting out intriguing, out-of-the-way places to visit in an RV than Dave Helgeson. When he isn’t organizing RV shows, Dave makes it his mission to seek out and share his findings on little-known locations in the West that are remote, but deserve a visit.
RV Travel Tales
Arline Chandler is an experienced RV traveler who finds fascinating people and remarkable sights all over the country. She shares those experiences and her extensive knowledge of Workamping in a wide-ranging blog that reflects the diversity of her interests and her skill at telling a story.
The Silver Gypsy
Sharlene Minshall began traveling solo in a motorhome in 1986 and has seen much of North America. In her blog, she writes about whatever shows up on her radar and that may include gripes, happy thoughts, memories, favorite people or places, or even not so favorite people or places.
The Healthy Traveler
Fitness and health are important whether you are at home or on the road. Each week you will find sound advice here on ways to stay healthy and keep fit while traveling. We also share information on a wide range of health topics, emphasizing issues that are of special concern to RVers.
Through words and photos, Denise Seith not only tells RVers where to go, but what to see and do once they get there. Denise is a knowledgeable travel writer who uses her experience to provide many helpful details, like the best times to visit and where to find the best deals.
The 19th Hole
Golf is a game that is always changing—new equipment comes along, new techniques are developed, new golf courses are built, and old courses are refurbished. Rick Stedman keeps up-to-date on all of this and shares his information and insights in a lively and entertaining way.