Those that have followed my blog for the past ten years or so know that I have a fascination with the gold rushes that have occurred in North America, and I have visited all of the gold rush sites in … [Read More...]
Located in Southern Arizona between Sonoita and Rio Rico on Route 82, the small town of Patagonia is one of Arizona’s best-kept secrets.
Patagonia sits along the Sonoita Creek and is surrounded by … [Read More...]
If your RV is over-sized, don't give up on finding national parks with big rig camping. Plan carefully and there's no need to deny yourself the experience of living among regional wild animals and … [Read More...]
Celebrate a little Erin go Bragh (Ireland till the end of time) this weekend in Dublin—Dublin, Ohio, that is. Full of Irish pubs and Irish traditions, Dublin’s tagline says it all: Irish is an … [Read More...]
Visiting the California coast is always pleasing to the eye and good for the soul. Morro Bay on Highway 1 offers both of those elements.
Set roughly 200 miles north of Los Angeles and over 200 … [Read More...]
The Matanuska-Susitna (Mat-Su) Borough lies northwest of Anchorage, Alaska, and includes the towns of Houston, Wasilla, and Palmer. Locally known as Mat-Su, the borough is roughly the size of West … [Read More...]
In small-town Central Texas, Buena Vista Wildlife Safari opened in 2018 as a natural, uncaged sanctuary for wild animals to roam. Next door, they also have a fenced RV park and cozy furnished cabins … [Read More...]
You won’t find any wild tigers at these campgrounds, but you may find a few bears when you go camping at Lions Club campgrounds. These volunteer-operated getaways help support the international … [Read More...]
In a previous entry, I shared 8 Likely Places to Find Fresh Water for Dry Camping.
Number one on the list was Fuel Stations where I stated, “… they will typically have a fresh water spigot … [Read More...]
Lubbock, Texas is one of the most diverse and interesting cities you will ever visit. The birthplace of legendary musician Buddy Holly, Lubbock is also home to some exceptional wineries, more than a … [Read More...]
With over 30 years of experience in the National Forest Service serving the South Platte Ranger District in Colorado, Scott Dollus has seen a lot of changes.
The Pike and San Isabel National … [Read More...]
While RVing, for the most part, is a relatively safe lifestyle, it never hurts to take a few precautions because you never know where an adventure in RVing may take you.
The following are six tips … [Read More...]
RVing on distillery trails is the perfect trip if your taste buds savor the flavors of an Old Fashioned or Whiskey Sour cocktail made with small batch craft spirits. It's never been easier to wrap an … [Read More...]
Jackson is the capital of Mississippi and also known as the ‘City with Soul’ thanks to the numerous musicians prominent in blues, gospel, folk, and jazz.
Mississippi offers 25 state parks and four … [Read More...]
For most people, camping out brings to mind sitting around a campfire, cooking, sharing stories, or laughing together. A campfire can be the cozy hearth that friends and family gather around at the … [Read More...]
Spring is the time of year many of us pull the RV out of storage, de-winterize it, and give it a good cleaning inside and out in preparation for the upcoming camping season.
Most of what needs to … [Read More...]
Bert Kreischer first became known as The Machine when he was in college. Now, the comedian has also been crowned the Tour Bus Champ after his recent Body Shots Tour across North America.
We talked … [Read More...]
The nomad life felt like a natural fit for Maya and Ryan. Back when they started, full-time RVing with relatives just wasn’t on their radar. With a few years of travel under their wheels, things were … [Read More...]