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In this episode we talk about what you need to know about boondocking in your RV. [spp-player] Live from the…
Almost every trip we learn something and have something new and different to fix. Multiple opportunities to learn new stuff. …
Our trip west could have turned out much different were it not for the technology that makes RVs like ours energy self…
After a weekend of horseback riding I was sore.  First thing I did when I left the Hells A'Roaring Ranch,…
This is simply an unbelievable deal for all you gearheads.  We're arranged an incredible weekend of daytime motorsport fun and…
If you listen closely to this week's Roadtreking RV Lifestyle podcast, you can hear birds chirping in the background, a…
Sunday, May 17, Miss Elsie – the cat – my Roadtrek, and I left San Diego for many points known and…
“Roger, is the turn signal still on?” Lynn had detected a faint tick tick as we cruised down I-65 at…
A mountain with a steep canyon through it is a geological puzzle – why would a river take the hard…
Seven minutes is all it took for our RV to be burglarized, to lose $12,000 and counting worth of equipment -…
My beautiful bride Sharon has been asking me for a while to drive Highway 395 east of the Sierra Mountains…
I spent a couple of days at the Roadtrek factory this past week and came away with a brand new…
We were noodling up US 395 in California's Owens Valley east of the Sierras, enjoying the dry climate and lack…
Data. It's a new commodity for us, a factor to budget for, a number to know. I'm talking about the…
Bear attacks and bad weather are making headlines all over the place and you definitely do NOT want any future…
One of the most confusing aspects of buying an RV is the vast differences paid in sales tax and various…
We promised to share one of Jennifer and Mike's favorite on-the-road meals – Vegetable Lasagna. This meal is a bit…
I bought a New Mexico annual camping pass and am continuing to get my money's worth, now up at 7,400…
In this episode of the Roadtreking RV Podcast, we learn from an expert how RV travel does not have to…
Things are moving fast in the cargo van area after a long period of relatively static conditions, and RV manufacturers…
Everyone knows there as so many great things about the RV lifestyle, but there is one thing particularly not-so-great: it…
Cody, Wyoming is an honest to goodness, real western town, founded in 1896 by William “Buffalo Bill” Cody. The hotel…
We have seen RVs with photos plastered on walls — kids, scenery, friends. Frankly, the pictures look klutzy, although we…
As winter loses its grip over the country, RV season is here and in this episode of the Roadtreking RV…
All my life as a journalist- for more than three decades – I’ve been on deadline. The presses would roll,…
I just finished a couple of weeks camping up at 7,200 feet in Manzano Mountains State Park, maybe an hour…
The calendar says it's springtime in Michigan. But winter still thinks it's in charge, with nightime temps still often dropping…
When I was younger I could easily get ready for a camping trip or road trip. I would throw my…
More and more RVers are seeking ways to get away from everything, off the grid, boondocking far away from crowds…
One sure-fire way to put a damper on any RV trip is being slowed down – or stopped altogether –…
A great out of the way stop is the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine and Museum in Beckley, W.V. We discovered…
As you spend more and more time on the road – either full-timing or heading into the brunt of the…
I am back in one of my favorite ecosystems, ponderosa pine forests in the mountainous areas of the west, and…
I was delighted to see USA Today readers vote the Porcupine Mountains State Park the second best state park in…
Last month, I was a judge in a contest run by USA Today charged with making a list of the…
The Magdalena Mountains are in west central New Mexico, between Socorro and the Very Large Array. Part of the Cibola…
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