Hiking etiquette seems to have fallen off the cliff. With so many new people out there taking to the hiking trails, it’s no wonder there’s trash everywhere, wildlife interactions, loose dogs and just plain utter disrespect to the environment. So, how do we fix this senseless lack of respect and common courtesy on the hiking trails?
Staying in your RV or camper during severe weather or major storms could put your and your family’s lives at risk. So, it’s necessary to properly prepare your RV before the storm arrives and know when to evacuate your family to safe shelter. With these lifesaving severe weather tips, you’ll learn how not to become a statistic. Continue reading “Severe Weather Tips for RVers and Campers”
I seriously think the best time to camp is in the Fall. The leaves are changing, the night skies are brighter and the outdoor air is beginning to nip. The ultimate place to be is gathered around the campfire! So grab the kids and stargazing pals, load up the RV or camper, head to your favorite campground and…
…let’s get cooking our 10 Fall Camping Recipes!
Improvise and adapt; a common military phrase when you start with practically nothing or something less desirable and we make it great. The same holds true in our RV lifestyle.
Living quarters in RVs and campers are quite limited. But that doesn’t mean our world or journey is. We love to be outside, especially when the weather is kind to us. So, instead of sitting inside watching tv or working, we relocated ourselves to enjoy the outdoors. That means, we need to make an outdoor living space or outdoor living room. So, this is our way of improvising and adapting.