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Best RV Campground in Yellowstone – Based on Locations

The Best RV Campground in Yellowstone is based on what part of Yellowstone you're visiting. At the top of every RVer’s bucket list, it is a place so majestic, so wild, and so big that it calls us to return, to explore, to get to know the diversity of its land and animals over and […]Read More

9 Great Benefits of RV Travel 2021

There are more benefits to RV travel 2021 than any year before! Some people are more than happy to stay at home and live life. But for others like us, there’s nothing better than the open road and the wilderness. Though Jennifer and I already know we love RV life, we understand that there may […]Read More

7 Important Tips for RV Traveling During COVID

RV traveling during COVID? RVers have the advantage of taking a home wherever they go, but you still need to take precautions. COVID has changed all of our lives in one way or another. Everything from leisure time to how we conduct business has been affected. The good news is that most RVers are already prepared […]Read More

13 Best RV Campgrounds in New Hampshire

From great views to activities, here are the best RV campgrounds in New Hampshire. With numerous rivers and almost 1,000 lakes in the state, New Hampshire attracts visitors with the allure of its natural beauty, great boating, swimming, and fishing. New Hampshire is high on our list of gorgeous places to travel. So, for those […]Read More

Off the Beaten Path: SuperVolcanos & America’s 12 Million-Year-Old Zoo

Most east-west travelers whiz along Interstates and miss the good stuff. U.S. Highway 20 about 100 miles west of Sioux City, Iowa takes you through the heart of America's corn and soybean super farms, but leads you to the Ashfall Fossil Beds in Nebraska. Millions of years ago herds of rhinos, horses, camels, elephants, and […]Read More

Mark Twain Cave & Lover’s Leap

The Mississippi was in flood the day we arrived in Hannibal, Missouri. The “Big Muddy” was definitely swollen, fast, and muddy. Hannibal is famous as the hometown of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), but we had another interest in the region.  The area around Hannibal is known for its maze caves, and as cavers ourselves we […]Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Knob Creek, KY

It was a holiday weekend and traffic was heavy. We had no desire to join the rush up I-65 toward Louisville. Plus we didn't need to be home until noon the following day. “Let's go up 31E to the Blue Grass Parkway and cut over to Lexington,” suggested Lynn. We had driven US-31E in the […]Read More

Is My Battery Charged?

“What is wrong? My battery was low, so I turned on my generator, and 20 minutes later the battery was full, so I turned off the generator. But 20 minutes later my battery is low again!”  We have seen questions like this for years from new RV owners. Most likely there is nothing wrong with […]Read More

Meals & Cleanup in a Winterized RV

Many people park their motorhomes in the winter. And of those that still use them, many do not cook in them except for perhaps using the microwave.  This is understandable since cleaning up is more of a challenge without running water, using the gray tank and having an operating water heater, but it is not […]Read More

Laura’s Notes from Texas

FINALLY- it’s been waaaaay too long since I’ve been on a road trip. This winter, I decided to head to the southwest, an area I have not been in my RS Adventurous. Good choice! The general route is to Dallas to see a friend, Big Bend National Park (it’s National Park Year after all) and […]Read More

Extra Power for your Laptop while RVing

We have an older Class B motorhome with a single group 24 deep cycle coach battery.  We have learned how to boondock successfully with a mere 75-80 amp hours and stay within our power limits (see article here).  But where we have to be careful is our laptop computers.  Since we mostly use them after […]Read More

Off The Beaten Path: Reelfoot Lake

“A lake the earthquake created,” is Reelfoot Lake in northwestern Tennessee. Prior to 1811 this scantily populated corner of Tennessee was a swampy area of cypress backwoods near the Mississippi River. In 1811 and 1812 several violent earthquakes shook the eastern states — the New Madrid Earthquake. It toppled houses and chimneys in Tennessee and […]Read More

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