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Mike is a veteran journalist who, with his wife, Jennifer, travels North America in a small motorhome, blogging about the people, places, joys and adventure of RV life on the road. He enjoys camping (obviously), hiking, biking, fitness, photography, kayaking, video editing, and all things dealing with technology and the outdoors. See and subscribe to his RV Lifestyle Channel on YouTube, where he has hundreds of RV and travel related videos. His PC MIke TV reports, on personal technology are distributed weekly to all 215 NBC-TV stations.

The Grand Canyon…Truly Is

Grand just isn't a strong enough superlative to describe the jaw-dropping majesty of the Grand Canyon. I've flown over it, seen other people's photos and always been impressed. But not until we set foot in and on it did I truly understand the incredible beauty of this top-of-everyone's-bucket-list destination. We chose the North Rim. The […]Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Palo Duro Canyon

“Texas' best kept secret,” said one Texas governor. He referred to “The Grand Canyon of Texas,” Palo Duro Canyon. We found it in a tourist brochure shortly before approaching Amarillo, Texas on our tour of historic Route 66. The Canyon is a state park located south of Amarillo about 24 miles south on SR 1541 […]Read More

Water Canyon Campground in New Mexico’s Magdalena Mountains

The Magdalena Mountains are in west central New Mexico, between Socorro and the Very Large Array. Part of the Cibola National Forest covers this mountain range, so there are about a half dozen National Forest campgrounds sprinkled around this largely undeveloped area. This is a small fault-block range on the west side of the Rio […]Read More

The Black Canyon of the Gunnison

I bet many reading this have not heard of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison. It's probably not on many RVer's bucket list. It should be. Invariably, it is compared to its more famous Big Brother, the Grand Canyon. But while the Grand Canyon is deeper (6,000 feet at its greatest depth) and longer (277 […]Read More

RV Podcast #304: Rising COVID fears and RV Travel

Rising COVID fears and RV Travel uncertainty are causing RVers to stay closer to home and be much more cautious in their plans for the rest of the summer and into fall. As the nation once again finds COVID rates dramatically rising, RVers are wondering what to do with summer travel plans. “Should we stay or […]Read More

RV Podcast #302: A handy RV toll road pass

In this jampacked 302nd Episode of the RV Podcast: We’ll learn about a handy RV toll road pass. We’ll also share the most important questions you should ask when taking possession of a new RV and we’ll report the RV News of the week during these very challenging times. Here’s a player to the audio […]Read More

RV Podcast #288: The Adventurous Way of the RV Lifestyle

In this episode, we meet a young couple ( The Adventurous Way,) who left lucrative jobs in the tech industry to travel in an RV and visit all 400 plus U.S. National Parks and Monuments in their own…unique way. Our guests are Matt & Dianna of  The Adventurous Way, bloggers, and YouTubers who share their […]Read More

13 Stunning Waterfalls in the U.S.

Now is a great time to step back and plot out some great RV travel adventures that hopefully will back on your agenda sooner rather than later.  Among some great stops you might want to consider are awe-inspiring cascades that exist from coast-to-coast within the U.S.  From the Multnomah Falls in Oregon and the incomparably […]Read More

Explore Hidden Worlds of the National Parks from Home

Fascinated by National Parks? I wrote early this week that, due to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, if you don’t have to go somewhere, my sincere and heartfelt recommendation to you is to stay put or go back home. That's hard to write when travel is such a big part of our lives.  So what […]Read More

10 Most Visited National Parks in 2019

Looking to visit National Parks? Final counts are in and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was the most visited National Park in the U.S. during 2019 — and it wasn't even close.  According to the National Park Service, 12.5 million people visited the Great Smoky Mountains in 2019. The next closest was Grand Canyon […]Read More

7 Underrated U.S. Landmarks to Visit While RVing

While visiting the well-known landmarks in the U.S. can be moving and awe-inspiring for our RV Lifestyle Fellow Travelers, it can also mean dealing with large crowds of others. So what's an RVer to do? Well, perhaps you want to consider a landmark that's a little calmer and quieter. That's why it caught my attention […]Read More

12 Surreal U.S. Destinations Worth the RV Trip

From the lush forests of the Pacific Northwest to the jagged coastlines of Maine, our RV Lifestyle Fellow Travelers know the U.S. is home to some of the most enchanting landscapes in the entire world. Take, for example, the waterfall that looks like it's  practically made of fire. And that's just one of the destinations […]Read More

9 Great Roadtrips in the Southwest U.S.

Many of our RV Lifestyle Fellow Travelers know that there are few places in the country as scenic and wildly beautiful as the southwest. RVing in the region is truly a must for your bucket lists. Of course, not everyone can do it all at once. That being said, I compiled some past RV Lifestyle […]Read More

10 Best Selling RV Lifestyle Books, Guides & Courses

10 Best Selling RV Lifestyle Books, Guides & Courses   RV Lifestyle Guides & Courses Between our YouTube channel, blog, free guides, and podcast we give 99% of our material on the RV Lifestyle away for free for you to use and enjoy. However, there are RV Lifestyle Books, Guides & Courses that we’ve put […]Read More

11 U.S. Road Trips to Take in Spring

It may be hard to tell right now, but it's not too soon to start thinking spring — and I'm guessing many RV Lifestyle Fellow Travelers are doing that very thing.  But when it comes to mapping out your springtime road trips, it can be overwhelming to try and figure out where to go.  Rest-assured, […]Read More