RV living doesn’t have to be boring. Every individual have their own style and flare, as should an RV. Below is a checklist of essentials to help make your RV feel like home: Read the rest of this entry »
There is so much to experience in this great nation and RVing is the perfect avenue to see it. From hiking, biking, lakes, rivers, mountains, cities, or just relaxing. Here are just a few benefits of hitting the open road and jumping into the RV Life. Read the rest of this entry »
My wife and I packed in the corporate lifestyle and hit the road seeking adventure full time in our RV. We get asked by friends “How do you get along with your spouse when you’re so close to each other 24/7?” Yes, living in such tight quarters outside of your regular routines and social circles creates obvious challenges but the RV lifestyle has helped make our marriage stronger and with greater satisfaction and intimacy. Here are some of the things we do to overcome those challenges. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the many things I’ve learned while RVing is to choose a campsite in the day. But what happens when we get to a new location after it’s dark?
Being full time RVers our campsite is our temporary home. You can imagine that makes us fairly picky on picking the best site available. Read the rest of this entry »
You bought your RV, now it’s time to name it. Most RVers I’ve talked to have named their RV. When we bought it I felt compelled to do this however nothing compelling came to mind. Time passed and I felt like it was time to make this a priority and give it a bit of personality. There are a few common themes when people name their RVs. Read the rest of this entry »
Many RVers find themselves in scenic locations, after the trip when they go to show their friends and family the amazing places they visited they’re stuck trying to explain how it looked so much better in person. Have you had this happen to you, are you new to photography or would like to increase your skills? If so these tips are for you. Read the rest of this entry »
People RV for many different reasons; full timers, snow birds, weekend warriors and family vacationers. Unless you are trying to be “off the grid” with no technology, you may want to watch TV in the RV while relaxing in the evening. Read the rest of this entry »
Looking back at all of the RV adventures we experienced in 2014 it was hard to pick just 25, but I did it! Here is a list of the TOP 25 places we visited in 2014. Enjoy! …and if your travel plans take you to these areas, make sure you stop by and check out these places for yourself.
#25 The Traveling Pomeranian and I went surfing in Santa Cruz, CA. We were staying at an RV Resort in nearby Morgan Hill. We chose Cowells Beach because it’s famous for having long easy waves which are great for stability on a long board. There were 12-18 ft waves less than mile up the coast but because we were in the cove we got to enjoy some great surfing with 2-4 foot waves.