Yes....I'm still here. The past year we did a decent amount of traveling and there was a lot I should have shared but unfortunately my drive to write just wasn't there. But my goal over the next few months is to update you all on what's going on over here and end the "writer's … Continue reading How To Get Internet On The Road
I got to thinking, the blog is full of info on how to full-time and other RVing tips and tricks, but I haven't posted much about our actual adventures lately. From Halloween in New Orleans, jammin' at SXSW and tornado season in #tornadoalley....we've got a lot of catching up to do. My bad 🙂 So … Continue reading Oh yeah…and the best part…TRAVELING
Knowing what size RV your vehicle can tow and/or knowing what size truck you need to tow your RV with, is an important bit of information. In order to be safe and not unnecessarily strain your vehicle you'll need to do some research about towing capacity and weight. It's not only about how much your … Continue reading Understanding Towing Capacity
If you've been following along with us for the last few months, you know we are having a nightmare of a time with our brand new fifth wheel. It has shed light on a ton of less than ethical practices in the RV industry. To read more about that, check out my plea to the … Continue reading Travel Trailer vs. Fifth Wheel
SCROLL TO BOTTOM FOR UPDATE After a very frustrating and disappointing 3 months of hopping from Airbnbs and living out of our suitcases and truck (with sprinkles of joy scattered throughout, on account of visits with family during the holidays), we are finally back in our camper. I'm not going to recap all the issues … Continue reading On The Road Again…FINALLY!
Dear RV Industry, Where do I begin....since purchasing a brand new Keystone Alpine three months ago I have learned so much about your industry that has truly saddened me. I'm sad for the families who have had vacations ruined by lack of quality control. I'm sad for the hard-workin' men and women who spend anywhere … Continue reading Dear RV Industry…..
This is going to be a mini-quickie post. I'm typing and preparing the whole thing on my phone (a first for me), so please excuse any typos. Each park, whether it's privately ran, state or national park have different ways they utilize host/volunteers. These are the questions we think are pretty important to know before … Continue reading Top 5 Things to consider before accepting a camp host position