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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.

8 Places to go RVing on the Texas Gulf Coast

Want to go RVing on the Texas Gulf Coast? Did you know that the Texas Gulf of Mexico coastline features 600 miles of beaches, stunning vistas, and pristine natural areas? Outdoor enthusiasts can swim, fish, hike, kayak, birdwatch, and yes—camp on the beach.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

Off the beaten path at a botanical garden in Texas

We were meandering in the Hill Country of Texas and did what we often do, pulled off in the next small town and went into the library. We found a quiet and comfortable place to sit, a nice big table to work on, power for the laptop, clean bathrooms, and free Wi-Fi. This was the […]Read More

Bluebonnets and the Canyon of the Eagles in the Texas Hill Country

Although most of the wintering eagles that give this place its name have migrated north,  the bluebonnets are starting to pop and the Texas Hill Country is about the prettiest place you can find to celebrate spring. So pretty that Jennifer and I turned our planned overnight into a four day stay, filled with awesome […]Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Ghost Towns of Texas

Big Bend in Texas is not one of our most visited national parks but it’s certainly not off the beaten path. Even though this area of the southwest is extraordinarily dry and rocky, it’s not without its rewards for the sharp-eyed and patient traveler.  Half an hour west of the park you’ll find a ghost […]Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Bats in Texas!

Roadtrekers traversing the U.S. will probably end up in Austin, Texas sooner or later.    When you do, be sure not to miss out on one of the country's greatest natural spectacles. Every night just before sunset, from March to November, hundreds of folks gather along the Congress Avenue bridge (see interactive map below), because […]Read More

Lake Arrowhead State Park – Texas

Sharon and I were noodling west up US Highway 287, which goes from Dallas to Amarillo to catch I-40, when we saw stuff on the forecast we didn't like – snow in Amarillo. When we head west in late February or early March we usually stick to the southern I-10 route, but after so many […]Read More

Laura’s Notes from Texas

FINALLY- it’s been waaaaay too long since I’ve been on a road trip. This winter, I decided to head to the southwest, an area I have not been in my RS Adventurous. Good choice! The general route is to Dallas to see a friend, Big Bend National Park (it’s National Park Year after all) and […]Read More

East Across Texas on I-10

It's always a long drive from out west to Florida, where we spend the holidays with family. Some years we just grind it out, driving all day and arriving worn out. This year we had been chased south to I-10 by the weather well before Thanksgiving, so we had a chance to slow it down […]Read More

Okeechobee – A Texas cowtown in the middle of Florida

I didn't know what to expect when I pulled into Okeechobee, FL  but I can defiately say that I didn't expect it to remind me of West Texas, right down to the city calling itself  “Cow Town.” But this is a western style town in the middle of the sunshine state, it's dry and windy […]Read More

RV Podcast Episode 362: RV Repair Horror Stories

Talk about RV Repair Horror Stories! Wait till you hear about the quality and service issues exposed in this week's RV Podcast by an RV Tech. Our guest this week for the Interview of the Week is Justin Green, a fulltime RVer who runs Go Green Mobile RV Repair Service. Read More

Amazing Bucket List from Our RV Lifestyle Community

Need more places on your bucket list? We received this great question from one of our Facebook Group members, Vickie, “Most beautiful place in US? My first thought is Niagara Falls…what’s yours?” WOW! The responses were so good we wanted to elaborate on them and send them out in a bigger way. We’ve got an amazing Bucket List now! 800 plus responses! Read More

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