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 […]
Winter camping means one thing: more time spent around the campfire, as the weather is colder and daylight is in short supply. One way to enjoy your time spent around the campfire with friends is indulging in delicious food. Awhile back I shared how to cook breakfast on a stick. In this installment, we will […]
If you qualify for a senior meal at Denny’s (like me) you probably remember the sitcom Mork & Mindy that debuted in the late 70s. You may recall that Mork was an alien from the planet Ork. The unique thing about Orkans is they aged backward, they are born old and get physically younger with […]
Whether you are camping in a National Park or glamping at your favorite motorcoach resort, the words “no internet” can be as scary as an empty fresh water tank or dead batteries. Even in places with the oft-used but less often implemented “free Wi-Fi”, sometimes the internet can be so slow that consulting your favorite […]
There is a growing number of women who enjoy RVing independently, whether because their families are not into traveling, or because they are single, or just for the adventure of being alone in the wilderness. Many women who might consider independent RVing are hesitant to jump in and get started. That is where groups like […]
Full-time RVing is certainly not for everyone, but many people dream of hitting the road full-time if life was different. The good news is that this lifestyle is very doable, it just takes some effort, planning, and downsizing. If you think you can’t RV full-time because of these three reasons, think again. 1. Kids Of […]
Don’t let the cool temperatures of the fall season keep you from getting out and camping. There are great advantages to “cold season” camping, including fewer people, fall colors, and seeing areas in different seasons, to name a few. With some preparation, most people can stay comfortable in cooler temperatures and keep on adventuring! 1. […]