As I post this, we are in the middle of a huge world health crisis; the Coronavirus Pandemic. That reason alone should encourage us all be proactive about our health. But, as full-time RVing travelers, this can present it’s owns set of challenges due to businesses and restaurants closings, and outdoor recreation limitations. Adding to insult, employment numbers plummeting or employees being forced to stay home while work remotely and being cooped up the whole fam dam!
If you’re a fifth wheel or travel trailer RV owner, there’s a good chance you will trek your way up to the RV Capitol of the World; Elkhart, Indiana for a rally or two. While you’re up there, we highly recommend a couple-day visit to explore nearby South Bend, Indiana!
During the heat of the summer months, it’s important to take certain safety precautions when leaving your pet alone in your RV while you go exploring. We’ve put together a comprehensive checklist to help give you guidance on how to keep your pets cool during the hot summer months.
“THIS is why we came to Theodore Roosevelt National Park!”, I thought to myself while quietly gazing through the windshield of our motorhome. Driving through the untouched vast terrains while witnessing many different geological wonders, roaming buffalo and other wildlife, I wondered why it took us so long to visit.
Did you know that half of those living on the road lack emergency supplies in the event of a disaster? Having an RV Emergency Go Bag or bug out bag, is as important as having a water hose in your motorhome or camper. You’ll need it should you need to evacuate due to weather, area gas leak, fire, flooding or other unforeseen emergency event.
While we were enjoying an Xscapers event in Casa Grande, Arizona, we escaped for a day with a couple friends to visit Casa Grande National Monument in nearby Coolidge, Arizona. Translated, Great House, these ruins were once, a cultural gathering place rich in ancestral and ecological history. Today, visitors like us come to gather for a different reason.
Quartzsite, in the past decades, has become a pilgrimage for traveling full-time RVers. The small, eclectic town draws hundreds of thousands during it’s tourist season in January and February. Quartzsite has become the Boondocking Capitol of the world. For some, its a one-and-done event. But for us, we find more cool places to see and things to do that keep our wheels pointed west on I-10.
Who better than those who are actually RVing to give great advice and suggestions on holiday gift ideas for RVers and campers!? In this segment, we went to several full-time RVers for great recommendations for RV supplies, entertainment, pet supplies and family RV gear!
Now that we are grandparents, we’re always on the look out for cool RV and camper toys to buy for our grandson. And what better timing to showcase our favorite hand-picked collection than right here. This cool kid collection makes it easy for parents and grandparents to pick out age appropriate RV and camper themed toys to put under the tree, wrap-up for their little’s birthday or just because! Continue reading “RV and Camper Toys for Kids!”
You certainly don’t have to live in a sticks and bricks house or condo with a big lush yard to host your own tailgating event. Though you may live in an RV or camper, doesn’t mean you can’t cheer on your team in celebratory fashion. We put together a guide of epic tailgating gear that will make your campground neighbors wishing they could be invited.