It is getting to be the time of year when many folks are migrating to their winter grounds. For many people, the long drives between locations can contribute to back pain, making for cranky travelers. These tips will help keep your spine in a better place and your voyages pain-free. Hydrate. There always seems to […]
The Oregon coast has long been a popular destination for visitors, and the Tillamook area is one of the major draws. Though Tillamook is synonymous with the town’s famous cheese factory, lots of other attractions bring people to this popular area 75 miles west of Portland. The Alderbrook Golf Course has been tempting golfers with […]
The first thing you’ll notice about Laramie, Wyoming – besides the surrounding natural beauty – is the crisp and thin air. Situated at 7,220 feet of elevation, Laramie is located on a high plain between two mountain ranges: the Snowy Range and Laramie Range. This is a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Not only will […]
Another Labor Day has come and gone, the kids are back in school, and the weather is turning. For many it is time to winterize the RV and place it in storage for the winter. But wait! College and professional football season has just begun, and that means one thing: RV tailgating! If you have […]
Deciding to live as RV nomads is relatively easy. But winnowing your stuff down and knowing what not to pack for full-time RVing is the hardest step of the journey. Here’s how to get started.
Meet Kelly and Marshall, two full-time RVing nomads who put their old lives behind them for an endless adventure on the open road and a business for camp addicts that they can run from anywhere.
Ah that “new RV” smell. The aroma of a brand-new trailer, motorhome or truck camper can be intoxicating during the buying process. Unfortunately the scent wafting from the toxic formaldehyde glues holding the units together can also be bad for our health. Today a new generation of eco-smart RV manufacturers are trying to limit our exposure to […]
For years I have shared the benefits of Google Earth to RVers, as the digital images (satellite, street view and user posted photos) can let you know what to expect prior to traveling to an area. Some of the useful advantages include: – Determining the true length of the campsites in advance – Figuring out […]
Think about the last time you tossed an object into the back of your pickup truck and didn’t think twice about it. Most objects stay put but sometimes they don’t. One Canadian recently survived a freak RV towing accident when a flying ratchet tie down caused nearly $6,000 in damage to a truck towing a […]
One of Utah’s most picturesque areas is without a doubt the southwest corner of the state. Located less than two hours from Las Vegas, the town of Hurricane sits equal distance between St. George and Zion National Park. Hurricane features the popular Sky Mountain Golf Course along with an RVer favorite WillowWind RV Park. Offering […]
My wife and I, plus another RVing couple, thought it would be fun to travel to Oregon to view the solar eclipse in totality on Monday, August 21st. The plan was my wife and I would go early to reserve a large boondocking spot in the mountains on the Wednesday morning before the eclipse. Then […]