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After Yan Seiner's Pacific Northwest Get-together we headed out for our next announced destination: Vancouver Island, as decreed by the…
In the past four days I have experienced two firsts while traveling with my Roadtrek. I know it might not be…
Next to our homes, an RV is probably the most expensive purchase we will ever make. Even used RVs come…
We seem to be mosquito magnets wherever we travel. We've been places you didn't dare set a foot outside your…
For this year's unofficial, no-rules Pacific Northwest Roadtrek get-together, our spiritual leader Yan Seiner decided to afflict the comfortable and…
You sure can't say NASCAR races are unfriendly to RVers. Instead, they seem more like RV rallies themed around racing.…
Everyone knows that researching and buying an RV is a big job – that's why when events come along like…
The story of the American bison is one of the most sad and captivating episodes in U.S. history. Once thought…
Ever since I switched from a 2003 190 Popular to a 2013 Sprinter chassis, people have been asking me, how…
We've all heard the term “workamping” during our RV travels and – if you're anything like us – probably wondered what it…
Not all of us are mechanically inclined. I am one of those that struggles with mechanical things. Although Jim and…
If you live or are traveling south of the Mason-Dixon Line, specifically in Georgia, this is the time of the…
We RVers love to travel far off the interstates and main highways. That's where all the adventure lies, all the…
This is our fulltiming anniversary – five years ago in July we were working night and day to get rid…
The great thing about living the RV lifestyle is the freedom it affords – and that includes the freedom to…
Tonight I am camped at Cobscook Bay State Park in Maine. It is another very beautiful state park right on…
“How lucky I am to have known someone who was so hard to say goodbye to.” – Anonymous I write this…
Sometimes we can get so wrapped up in making sure our RVs are in tip-top shape before hitting the road that…
In a few weeks we will start a six-week trip to the western United States, so we have been discussing…
The Lakota people used to call the area around far northeastern Montana “Makoshika.” Depending on who is doing the translating,…
For many, RVing, camping, and campfires go together like graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate, but there is growing concern that…
I have been in northern New Jersey for two weeks. It is good to have a sister with a house…
For many, it's important to stay connected – even when we are in our RV in the middle of nowhere and there…
If you are a regular reader of the blog or listener to the podcast, you've heard me reference my new…
Small house, big yard. It's one of our favorite sayings here at Roadtreking and for good reason: It perfectly sums up…
The Vermillion Cliffs, Navajo Bridge, and the Rock House were unexpected but very enjoyable finds.
Top 10 Reasons to Visit the Roadtrek Factory in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada 10.  You get greeted by a sign in…
It's high summer, and since I follow the nice weather I am restricted to places where the temperature is reasonable…
When people started camping in their vehicles in the early 1900s, they really had one goal: to open up the world.…
See that picture? You better believe there's no electric hookups down the end of that two-track. No problem. I bring…
I have been in Kitchener, Ontario since Sunday evening. I am not in my Roadtrek. I am at the Raddison.…
Empty nesters have two choices once the last kid leaves home for good: sit around pining for the good ol' days…
After my lovely Olga got her new oil pan and coolant hose in Colorado Springs, I bade farewell to my…
It’s 1:30 PM and I just settled into a lovely campground until I continue on tomorrow. I have the back…
I have been traveling since May 17. Today is the first day I feel like I am not on vacation.…
I have been in Hendersonville, N.C., for the past five days. It has been a grand time. I witnessed two…
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