For years, RVers have relied on expensive RV-specific GPS devices to get them to their destination safely. Whether built-in to the RV or purchased aftermarket, base model or elaborate tablet […]
Ah, May! The leaves are out, the birds are singing, and the fish are jumping. And the bugs are out! Whether you are able to get out camping or still […]
Sponsored by SoftStartRV. May contain affiliate links Summer Camping Is Here—How Will You Stay Cool? For RVers, summer is a special time. Enjoying time in the woods, on the lake, […]
A new Kampgrounds of America (KOA) special report looks at Camping and the Effects of COVID-19, and the future of RV travel in the US and Canada.
Two Moms and a Trailer tell how pandemic RV parenting isn’t easy sometimes, but the trade-offs are still worth the unexpected challenges.
As I was prepping our RV for its next outing I noticed the screen that covers the vent on the potable water tank was missing. A little research indicated the […]
What is your camping dream? The RV Women’s Alliance (RVWA) wants you to share that dream, and start to see those dreams come true. With a new initiative called My […]
This past Sunday we celebrated Mother’s Day the best we could given the current COVID-19 outbreak restrictions. My wife’s mother passed a number of years back, so one of the […]
You may have read in my previous article that I’m relating a series of true fishing stories to determine if I can legitimately claim the audacious distinction of “world’s worst […]
All dispersed camping (aka boondocking) in Oregon State Forests is temporarily closed as of Monday, May 11 due to excessive trash and human waste accumulation. According to the Oregon Department […]
RVs are self-contained homes on wheels that take us any place we want. But just because we can, should we? The conundrum of Coronavirus RV travel is weighing heavy on […]
As COVID-19 seemingly begins to wind down and the clutches the coronavirus has on our lives start to loosen, it’s evident that RVs are about to take over the world. […]