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Well, technically not endless. How about mid-April until mid- November? Good enough? Thought so. Last year we spent as much…
The DeLORME (I can’t figure out why they spell it that way) Atlas and Gazetteer is mandatory for every state…
Things have gotten complicated on newer RVs, and you need to keep up with the times. Don't go jabbing at…
All I really wanted to do was hide out and avoid the excitement of the upcoming 4th of July weekend. …
The main advantage of fulltiming is that you're not running back and forth from a home base to where you…
I was sure they were RVers. White haired, grandma and grandpa types, driving a Sprinter van – the platform of…
We weren't going to get a cat. Our retirement plans were set – fulltiming in a Roadtrek Class B RV…
Here are some photos and GPS coordinates some of my favorite boondock RV spots I have been fortunate to find…
If you thought you saw Devils Tower in the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind, you haven't seen Devils…
When I was planning how to configure our Roadtrek for fulltiming, I had in mind the design criteria my bride…
Many times in my three years of full-timing I have found wonderful places where you can't camp overnight – either…
RV rallys can be small or spectacularly huge. The 88th Annual Family Motor Coach Association Reunion and RV Showcase in…
If you already have a satellite television setup at your sticks and bricks house, it's easy to take it with…
Gillette, Wyoming is a certified American boom town. It's 30,000 residents have grown by a whopping 48% in the past…
With all the solar retrofits and additional batteries being installed on some units, people are looking at their stock Class…
It's pretty amazing what a few hundred miles can do to the view. That was driven home to us today…
Last night in Iowa, I was complaining abut the gnats. Tonight in South Dakota, it's the Frankenbugs. The bugs have…
I could kick myself. If I wasn't so busy swatting gnats, I would. Come to think of it, Jennifer will…
Call it the great morel mushroom hunt! After a few days in Rexburg, Idaho and dealing with my very sick…
On August 9, 2010 my wife Sharon and I and Fiona the Fearless Kitty got in our 2003 Roadtrek 190…
Want to get away from the commercial campground scene, and tired of the mad crush in the national parks? There…
RVers love their GPS units. Can you imagine traveling without one? But do you know that many of today's most popular units…
Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts.  Broad,…
The wife and I found ourselves in southern Ontario with time to kill and wanted to see the sights, but…
Here's a news release that has gone out announcing big news at Roadtreking.com: NEWS RELEASE June 5, 2013 MOTORHOME TRAVEL…
Kampgrounds Of America's rebranding of its campgrounds based on their features and amenities has kicked off with the Billings, Montana KOA Campground, which officially…
“How'd you end up doing this?” If I could have had a quarter for every time we've been asked that…
We all have places we want to see, to explore and experience. A bucket list. At the 40th Anniversary rally…
The 40th anniversary Roadtrek corporate rally is going on this week in Branson, MO, with more than 500 Roadtrek owners…
Just north of the Missouri “boot heel” is the small community of Sikeston, right off Interstate 57. It's a great…
Canada is a very popular destination for American RVers. And it's home to several of the world's best selling Class…
It's no secret that many of us RVers are, ah, shall I say, horizontally challenged?” With obesity already at epidemic…
RVing is a huge pastime across the U.S. in 49 of the 50 states. The one state where RVs are very hard…
A horrific, fiery crash along I-65 in Kentucky that claimed six lives has focused new attention on the need to…
More than two and a half years after the disastrous Deepwater oil spill by BP, tarry, gunky deposits of what appears to…
I love kayaking. But with a Class B campervan-style RV, there just isn't enough storage room to take one along.…
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