When it comes to the toilet paper you use in your rig, do you go for the septic-safe TP advertised for RVs and boats, or do you just buy the same regular rolls that you use back at home? Some say this rapid-dissolving TP will help keep your waste tank from getting clogged, but others […]
“OMG it’s back! What do you do when they won’t leave?” This was a text message I received from a friend who was boondocking with her husband and dog near Mount Shasta in Northern California on their way north to Alaska. A young black bear had woken them during the night and scratched up their […]
Once upon a time, deep in the heart of Texas, a wild dreamer of a guy fell in love with an enchantingly spunky gal. They decided to get married and plan a honeymoon. They had an idea to visit 5 different cities where they were considering relocating to and settling down one day. After browsing […]
A wise friend once advised, “before anyone gets married, they need to do two things together: complete a house renovation project and go on a long road trip.” Nothing brings out all the quirks, ticks, and annoying habits of your partner like being in a small space together 24/7. Add in a stressful situation like […]
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 ‘gentle […]
If you need work, consider getting a job in Elkhart building RVs. The RV Capital is desperate for skilled workers.
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 […]