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Mike Wendland is a veteran journalist who, with his wife, Jennifer, travels North America in a small motorhome, blogging about the people, places, joys and adventure of RV life on the road at RVLifestyle.com. He and Jennifer also host the weekly RV Podcast and do twice-weekly videos on the YouTube RV Lifestyle Channel. They have written 10 books on RV travel.

Bigfoot, The Dogman and the Paulding Light

Every part of the country has it's share of myths and mysteries about monsters and spooky phenomenon. But Michigan seems to have more than its share. We had fun on one of our RV trips talking about three of the state's most famous legends and I recall and show some clips from some of the […]Read More

Best Glamping near Big Bend National Park in Texas 

Are you heading to Big Bend National Park this season? If not, maybe you should! I have compiled a list of all things recreational in Big Bend, from Big Bend glamping to nearby activities to enjoy. Complete with scenic drives, ranches, and overlooks, Big Bend National Park sees an average of 377,154 visitors each year.Read More

RV Podcast 307: Who says you can’t boondock in a big rig?

There are a lot of RV myths out there and one big one is that you can’t boondock in a big rig. This week, we dispel that bit of fake news by introducing you to two couples who not only boondock in big RVs, but both are thriving on it! Jason and Rae Miller are […]Read More

7 Biggest Lakes in the U.S.

As Michiganders, we hold a special place in our hearts for the lakes of the U.S. and Canada.  Of course, we’re especially partial to the Great Lakes, but there are many, many others. When it comes to sheer size of the bodies of water, the team at Travel Trivia recently broke down a list of […]Read More

Small Person Driving Big

It is hard to believe that I have owned my Roadtrek SS Agile campervan for close to six years. It is even harder to believe that I have been full timing it with Elsie the Cat for over two years. Where does the time go? What do I do next? How long do I want […]Read More

RT168 The Big Issues Facing the RV Industry for 2018

This episode of the podcast is coming to you direct from the 2017 RV Industry Trade Show in Louisville, KY. Taking questions and comments received over the past week from our Roadtreking.com blog readers, out Roadtreking Facebook Group and Roadtreking Facebook Page and our RV lifestyle Channel on YouTube, we’ve interviewed top leaders in the […]Read More

Our RV Motto: Small Home, Big Yard

Like all motorhome owners, we give a lot of tours. It seems that whenever we’re on the road and stop, at a rest area or for fuel, someone comes over and starts asking questions. What they really want is a peek inside. So we oblige. I bet, though, that because we travel in a Type […]Read More

Episode 156 – RVing in Europe: Campskunk’s Big Adventure

In this week’s podcast we catch up with our friend Campskunk, who shipped his RV to Europe and has been touring as many different countries as possible. He tells us what RVing is like over there, the differences he’s encountering and the surprises – both good and bad. If you’ve ever thought about RVing in […]Read More

Episode 153 The Biggest RV Event of the Year: The Total Eclipse

This week we are talking about THE outdoor and RV event of the year, and that is Monday’s total solar eclipse. We’ll tell you why this is so important, why it’s perfect for RVers, how to view it safely, how to find a place to watch it and why, even if you have to skip […]Read More

Episode 127: Can Two People and a Dog Really Live in a 24-foot Motorhome?

On the Valentine’s Day episode of the Roadtreking RV Podcast, Mike and Jennifer answer your questions about their relationship, living for long periods in a 24-foot camper van and how two people so different can get along so well. I’ve been saving all sorts of questions our audience has been sending Jennifer and me over […]Read More

Small home, Big Yard

Like all motorhome owners, we give a lot of tours. It seems that whenever we’re on the road and stop, at a rest area or for fuel, someone comes over and starts asking questions. What they really want is a peek inside. So we oblige. I bet, though, that because we travel in a Type […]Read More

Off The Beaten Path: Reelfoot Lake

“A lake the earthquake created,” is Reelfoot Lake in northwestern Tennessee. Prior to 1811 this scantily populated corner of Tennessee was a swampy area of cypress backwoods near the Mississippi River. In 1811 and 1812 several violent earthquakes shook the eastern states — the New Madrid Earthquake. It toppled houses and chimneys in Tennessee and […]Read More

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