Year: <span>2017</span>

Citrus Peel Olive Oil Cake

This cake is light and refreshing… Enjoy! Want more recipes like this?  Check out my Leisure Adventure cookbook at: https://smallkitchenbigflavors.blog/   Preheat oven 350 degrees Bake time: 40 – 43 minutes Convection 50 – 55 minutes Traditional Oven Ingredients 3                          eggs, large 3   […]Read More

The PERFECT Snow Brush for Tall RV’s

Let it snow. Let it snow. Let it snow. Right. The problem with that is you have to clean it off. If you use your RV all year round like we do, that can be a tough job. Our 2017 Roadtrek CS Adventurous XL 4X4 is 10 feet high. But I found the perfect tool […]Read More

Tips: Plan Ahead, Avoid Getting Stranded

While we love tips from Roadtreking readers and listeners the most, sometimes we offer you information based on our own experiences. That includes one of the times we had to be prepared for an emergency repair while on the road. We were in hot and humid Florida and navigating stop-and-go heavy traffic around Destin, which […]Read More

Episode 170: Are Walmart Parking Lots Safe for RVers?

In this episode, we talk about Walmart parking lots, one of the favorite overnight camping spots used by RVers when they need a quick place to spend the night.  Over the past couple of years, Walmart parking lots have been linked to story after story about crimes committed there. Many RVers, in fact, now are […]Read More

What you need in your RV Kitchen

No matter what size RV you have, storage room is always at a premium. And food preparation products and storage is one area every RVer needs to maximize for efficiency. That's why we askedMary Jane Curry, a Personal Chef and the RV Recipes writer  for our roadtreking.com RV Travel Blog, to help us identify the […]Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Symmes Chapel

We’d like to clue you in to one of our favorite mountain sights that you’re unlikely to find on a map.  Near Cleveland, South Carolina (see interactive map below) you’ll find YMCA Camp Greenville within the bounds of the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area.  The camp occupies 1,600 mountain acres at 3,200 feet, and has hiking […]Read More

Pear Cranberrry Pie or tarts

These ingredients make a tasty pie or 8 small tarts for the holidays.  The green and red colors are perfect for the season and the combination of sweet and tart is delicious and refreshing! Want more recipes like this?  Check out my Leisure Adventure cookbook at: https://smallkitchenbigflavors.blog/ Ingredients 1 Pillsbury ready-made refrigerated pie dough crust 3 […]Read More

Would you believe? A Class B RV that sleeps six!

We just returned from the National RV Trade Show in Louisville, KY, where RV manufacturers and RV accessory companies introduced their 2018 lineups. We strolled through with a camera and shot a little video of the coolest models and products that caught our eye. In this short video is a brief look at at Hymer's […]Read More

Taking a Break at Gamble Rogers

Sharon, Fiona and I have been back from Europe since mid-October, and have been reunited with our Roadtrek since mid-November, but driveway camping gets old in a hurry for us. The satisfaction of being back in our Roadtrek wore off, and it began to feel like a grind. Actually, it WAS a grind – my […]Read More

Episode 169: How to Quit Your Job and Live on the Open Road

This week, we meet the Russos, Joe and Kait, a California couple in heir early thirties who quit their corporate jobs for a life of fulltime travel in an RV. We’ll hear their story, how it applies to you and the pros and cons of living in a van. Plus, lots of questions this week. […]Read More

Jennifer’s Tips: What to Do with Old T-Shirts

If you are like us, you have drawers full of T-shirts you’ve collected over the years from your various travels. Most are seldom or ever worn, yet you’ve hung on to them all because they represent nice memories. But all they are really doing is gathering dust. Here’s an idea: Make a quilt from them. […]Read More

Off the Beaten Path in The Smokies

Having been to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park any number of times, and given that it's the most visited of all our parks, we didn't expect it to generate any off the beaten path reports during a recent visit. I'm happy to report we were wrong. Did you know it was possible to enter […]Read More

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