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.
Never in a million years did we think we’d being doing this thing called boondocking when we bought even our first RV. However, look at us now five years later. But it didn’t come without learning what to have and not have when we’re out there living off the grid in our fifth wheel. So before cold-starting your first boondocking experience, we’ve put together our recommended RV boondocking gear buying guide.
We admit, our very first boondocking debacle absolutely sucked! We were so unprepared and inexperienced that we failed miserably! Since, we’ve learned, practiced, and mastered it (and still learning!). Now, we seriously can’t think of any reason why we need to go to a park or campground especially now that we’re more mobile in our 24′ Winnebago View. Read why we enjoy boondocking in our RV!
Today, as a nomadic RVer, I still look to the sky the same way as I did those three decades prior. My eyes are drawn up to the heavens above. I still get a sense of exhilaration when I see the Milky Way and points out some constellations. But the only way to get a good view of it is when we’re camping or parked in a dark sky location or dark sky community.
As a writer, sometimes it’s hard not to feel incredible emotion with each word I put on my computer screen. I will sit back and stare at the screen while sobbing. But, sometimes this kind of emotion brings out some of my best work. This is one of those entries. Who would ever think our happy RV life could bring such detriment to my heart. Well, because in our They wanna go toopet series, I get to know these little heroes and their owners on a personal basis. I understand the struggle. We’ve been there. So, this blog I dedicate to a special little Corgi dog, Maci, who was larger than life.
I met Paul and Heather Ryan while I was attending the RV Entrepreneur Summit in Fredericksburg, Texas in February 2018. Heather gave a tax presentation that I sat in on. Getting to know her a little by asking tax questions which then led to our stories of our RV traveling pets who have special needs. Our stories resonated with each other. I told her about Krissie’s diabetes and she shared her story about their pup, Suji. I felt Suji’s journey needed to be told.