One of the many reasons to hit the open road in an RV is to enjoy new restaurants and food experiences. It’s something a lot of people don’t often think about until they hit the road and find themselves realizing that they are “experts at finding and choosing top notch experiences”.
Many realize that it’s fun and easy with smart phones to research their next meal while on the road. Things like Yelp, Facebook, Bloggers and Youtube have given access to choosing what experience you’d like to have.
When it comes to camping, glamping is the idea of having your cake and eating it too. You get the joys of the wilderness but with life’s luxuries. You can hike the trails in your boots and then come back to fluffy slippers and sip red wine at the fireplace.
There are a lot of people that are retired, are about to retire or who want to give up the 9 – 5 and live free by working remote on the open road. We’ve interviewed many Full Time RVers and came up with a list of some of the top reasons why people prefer living in an RV over a traditional house.
What type of life do you want to live? What history do you want to experience? If you could go anywhere in the country, where would you go? With RVing you have the ultimate freedom to live where and how you want. Read the rest of this entry »
There is a lot of variation in the types of camping you can experience. Whether you are boondocking in the wilderness or commercial camping at an RV Resort, here are some of the worst things you could while camping. Read the rest of this entry »
Imagine for a second that you’re camping at a scenic spot. Maybe it’s at a lake, in the woods, or somewhere else you enjoy. The dark storm clouds start to roll in and the lightning show begins. You are awe inspired at the beauty of the lightening as it lights up the sky. Then you begin to wonder, is my family safe in our RV?
Then you begin to wonder, is my family safe in our RV?
Would the lightning be attracted to an RV because of how its built? Would it travel through the RV and strike us? Are we safe because of the rubber tires?
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Do you have a Honeydo list that seems to keep growing? Although there might not be a quick fix to all upgrades, there are certainly some that you don’t need to make harder than they have to be. Below is a list of RV upgrades that don’t require you to bust out your toolbox. Read the rest of this entry »
When you live full-time in an RV, or even just enjoy the occasional getaway, you understand the importance of organization. When living in such a small space, organization is not only a desire it’s a must! Below is a list of how you can best organize your RV:
Bins, bins and more bins!
Big bins, small bins, tall bin, short bins, clear bin… you get the idea. Bins are a great way to create extra storage space while still maintaining a visually appealing space. Read the rest of this entry »