Sneak Peak at Our Next RV

Jennifer and I are super geeked. We will soon have a brand new Roadtrek. This decision has been a long time in the making. But our love for off-the-grid boondocking and the new innovations in Roadtrek technology – plus an unbeatable deal from American RV in Grand Rapids, MI – led me to the Roadtrek […]Read More

My RV – A Mobile Art Studio

I am a watercolor artist, who has not picked up a paint brush for two and a half years. I stopped painting around the time that my husband, Jim, was diagnosed with cancer. The grieving process is interesting and unique to each person traveling through this path. I can't tell you how many times I have […]Read More

007 Roadtreking – 5 Cheap RV DIY Ideas

Half the fun of RVing is personalizing our homes-on-wheels, making them uniquely our own through special mods and customizations. And the best thing about doing-it-ourselves is that it is relatively inexpensive, downright cheap in fact. Ah, but knowing what to do and how to do it – that is often another matter, Amongst a lot […]Read More

8 More Easy Tips for the RV Lifestyle

Practical ideas to make your travel lifestyle more comfortable don't require a lot of money. Many of these ideas are borrowed from others, some are a result of several of our own (sometimes expensive) false starts, and a few of the cheapest turned out to be unbelievably useful. We readily discard ideas that just don't […]Read More

Study: RVing Cuts Vacation Costs by Up to 62 Percent

I knew RVing made a lot of sense for us as we travel about North America. It gives us freedom, mobility and we get to bring most of the comforts of home. But now I have another big reason for this traveling lifestyle. RV vacations save money. A lot of money. For the most recent […]Read More

006 RV Podcast: The Migration of the Snowbirds

It's underway – the annual migration of the Snowbirds , with an estimated 2-5 million RVers  heading to the South and Southwest. That's the featured topic in Episode 006 of Roadtreking the RV Podcast. Snowbirds typically spend three to five months in the warm climates. It's a dream lots of us have. We cover lots […]Read More

Travels with the eTrek: A Photo Montage

Like a lot of RVers, I've been reviewing memories and photographs over the past couple of years. That's what we do during the down time: Go back and look at our photos and thus get excited by the places we'll be going once the weather arms up. If you're like me, I bet you have […]Read More

Tech Protection: Cover Your Digital Assets

In this information age, gathering up and securing the most important information – the critical passwords, user names, insurance, savings and important documents we have – is a vital task than many overlook. For RVers, having access to that material, and being able to safely share it with a relative or a professional like an […]Read More

My RV as a Sag Wagon

After my massage on Tuesday I drove out of San Diego in my cute little Roadtrek, due east towards Yuma, Arizona. It was a beautiful afternoon drive through the mountains and out to the desert. First destination was to meet up with my new found and inspiring friend, Kat. She is biking across the USA […]Read More

Dear RVers: Keep Your Construction Generators at Home

Now I have to admit that I've been one of the main encouragers as far as this boondocking movement goes – I have been telling folks to get out of the commercial campgrounds, cut the plug-in electrical umbilical cord, and go out where the real natural world is. I should have been more specific – […]Read More

Getting Ready to Roll-Grand Canyon Country Here I Come

This past week has been a busy one for me. I have been sorting out, packing up and checking that all systems are go in my cute little RV. I am heading by way of somewhere in the desert (I don't know the destination yet) and Flagstaff, to the north rim of the Grand Canyon. […]Read More

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