I had to derail a little from my original topics to discuss something that is near and dear to my heart.....my pups. Our dogs were the main reason we even began thinking about purchasing an RV. On the way home from a last minute weekend getaway to the north Georgia mountains we just kept talking … Continue reading Our Full-Time RVing Fur Family Tips
When you're traveling with your RV, whether you're pulling a 17ft travel trailer, a 35ft 5th Wheel or behind the wheel of a 45ft diesel pusher, route planning is a key element for a safe and stress free trip. Parking, traffic, bridges, road conditions...OH MY! We can't just whip into any restaurant for a pit … Continue reading Trip and Route Planning with RV Trip Wizard
Unfortunately, my real job....that you know, pays the bills and helps us live this wonderful lifestyle, has increased my work load, making extra time, between travel days, real life stuff, and taking in some sights, very slim. So I haven't had the time to dedicate to researching and writing. But I have some ideas for … Continue reading Worth the wait….I Promise!
If you're like us, you went out and bought a RV to start your full-time dream without ever having owned one before. The idea to do this, came less from the love of camping (ok, not at all) and more from the love of freedom, travel and adventure. So those "minor" details of understanding how … Continue reading RV Tips & Tricks: the everyday stuff
As I've mentioned before, we currently have a Thousand Trail Zone pass, which we have really enjoyed. It has saved us boo-coos of dough (practically pays for itself your first two weeks), the campgrounds have been nice with great amenities and spread out perfectly throughout the southeast, which is the zone we picked for this … Continue reading Comparing Campground Memberships