Yamping (Yard Camping)
Have you heard the Kacey Musgraves song: “My House”? It’s about bringing “My house to you”. Nothing beats a little Yamping (Yard Camping) at a friends house, your own, or a business.
There are so many reasons to Yamp. You may not have much time off of work and can’t get away long enough to go on a “real vacation”. You may be testing out your new RV or doing some maintenance. Maybe you have friends or family in town and need a place for them to stay. Or, maybe you are visiting friends or family and are Yamping on their property. Whatever your reason to Yamp, Yamping is a great way to spend quality time with the people you care about. Read the rest of this entry »
Have you named your RV yet? If you haven’t you may want to make it a priority. Over 50% of RVers say they’ve named their RV. It brings some great pride to ride around in their nicknamed home on wheels. But it also has some practical value as well. It might not be very efficient for conversation to say “let’s head back to the Heartland Road Warrior 425” compared to saying “let’s head back to Earl”.
If you’re having a tough time coming up with names here’s a list of ideas you may want to keep in mind. Try brainstorming by writing down every name that comes to mind for five minutes and then sifting through the results to narrow it down to the lucky winner. Read the rest of this entry »
Dogs are entertaining and excellent companions on the Open Road! RVing with your pets can make your adventure more fulfilling. One of the common gripes we hear about people who want to travel the country is that the options are very limited for places to stay or visit with their dogs. RVing is a great way around this challenge. As with most things in life it helps to be planned and prepared. Here’s a few tips to ensure you get the most out of the time with Fido on the Open Road. Read the rest of this entry »
RVers share a passion for the outdoors. Often while camping with friends and family we catch ourselves reveling in the stars. How do you capture a moment like that? Here’s our simple guide to photographing stars with a DSLR camera while out on the open road.