Lost and Found: How One RVer Survived Being Stranded

Lost and Found: How One RVer Survived Being Stranded

When Penelope Bax left on an RV trip last year, the plan was to relax while camping her way through California and Oregon to visit family in the Seattle area. However, fate had other plans for the 63-year-old flower shop owner from San Diego. One wrong turn led to her...
How to Become a Writer From Your RV

How to Become a Writer From Your RV

Technology has made life easier in so many ways, including the ability to write from just about anywhere — such as your RV. But it isn’t just the ability to actually write. Technological advancements have made it easy to publish your work, as well, meaning...
How to Stay Safe from Lightning at Camp

How to Stay Safe from Lightning at Camp

A very lucky group of nine Girl Scouts narrowly escaped being struck by lightning last week in the remote Minnesota wilderness — and serves as a reminder of the dangers RVers and campers face when rough weather rolls in.   If you think what the Girl Scouts...
How to Safely Watch Bears: Via Live Streaming

How to Safely Watch Bears: Via Live Streaming

One of the greatest things about RVing is the ability to get up close to nature in ways that might otherwise be impossible (outside of visiting a zoo, of course). Unfortunately, the video of a little girl being charged by a bison at Yellowstone this week reminds us of...
10 Tips for National Parks RVing

10 Tips for National Parks RVing

As we’ve said before, we like to think of mistakes as educational and improvement opportunities. And we’ve had plenty of “educational and improvement opportunities” along the way. The good news for you is that we’re happy to share those...