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We left our 'sticks & bricks' home behind in July 2013, and began our journey of working and living as full-time RV nomads. Our blog is a record of our journey, along with RV and travel tips, things we've either observed or learned first-hand along the way.
2022-04-18 20:15
It’s crucial to combine your RV trip planning with situational awareness. It wasn’t all that long ago when social media and the news (western states) were requesting help locatin… Read More
2022-03-21 18:56
We prefer to carry a full tank of fresh water as possible as we travel and I’ll tell you why in a bit. I’m asked often do we andhow much water we carry while traveling. Every RVe… Read More
2022-02-22 19:07
I know that many of you never wear and never will wear your seat belt. Are you prepared for the consequences? A pretty harsh question, but in recent weeks there have been many reports of RVe… Read More
2022-02-11 14:00
Throughout North America each year dozens of cities play host to RV and Camping Shows. They all feature two common things…RVs of all types and sizes and people…plenty of people… Read More
2022-01-28 15:59
Out in the western United States many historic places are located on maintained gravel roads or rustic roads that aren’t maintained. Some of these “roads” were originally e… Read More
2022-01-27 18:53
Some of you are into metal detecting, rock hounding, geocaching or just love to visit historical places. We like to off-road and explore sometimes with a specific destination in mind such as… Read More
Biscuits & Gravy
2021-07-17 12:00
Biscuits & Gravy Biscuits & Gravy with an added bonus…Chicken Fried Chicken! I’m not sure when I was first exposed to Biscuits & Gravy, not to be confused with SOS (… Read More
Beyond The Pavement-Harquahala Mountain
2021-07-16 17:40
Harquahala Mountain, (Hark-wa-hala) is a 5681’ peak near Aguila, Arizona. It is located southwest of Aguila, Arizona between US Highway 60 and Eagle Eye Rd which intersect in Aguila. T… Read More
Latched Out
2021-06-10 14:10
The problem with anything mechanical, it will become worn and eventually fail. Take the cargo and equipment bay door latches. Even though they are sealed on the outside, dirt and debris will… Read More
Look What Has Joined Us
2021-06-08 20:08
If you have been following us on Facebook, you already know that we’ve added a new travel companion to accompany us on our RVing journey.  Meet Maggie, she’s a full-blood Ge… Read More
Roadside Assistance-Who To Choose
2021-01-25 22:10
There is a love hate relationship with roadside assistance providers and which one others are using is a common question and discussion among RVers.  Let me explain how Roadside assista… Read More
Why A Jeep? Part 2
2021-01-22 15:00
In part one I discussed the towability of the Jeep making it one of the most preferred vehicles to drag along behind a motorhome. Now on to the other reasons a Jeep is such a gem of a vehicl… Read More
Why A Jeep?
2021-01-19 19:13
While you will see a variety of vehicles being towed behind motorhomes, probably one of the most popular are Jeeps. Why? While they aren’t necessarily the most comfortable, cheapest to… Read More
Bye Bye Dolly Its Been Fun To Have Towed Ya
2020-06-08 22:07
If you follow us on Facebook, you already know that we have recently made some changes to our RVing lifestyle. For years now we have wanted to replace our towed with something that we could… Read More
Sewer Smell Fix
2020-04-16 22:45
The sewer system in your RV works the same as in a home, with one exception, there are tanks to hold the contents until ready to dump into a septic or sewer main. In order for liquids to flo… Read More
2020-03-25 18:51
The COVID19 Crisis is constantly evolving not just day by day, but now hour by hour as we have found out firsthand. Living the RVing Lifestyle requires the ability to adapt. There are influ… Read More
It Is An RV Not A Houseboat
2020-01-12 20:21
The beach is an alluring place, especially for many RVers who desire a view of the ocean and being just steps away from the surf. RV camping on the beach sounds wonderful doesn’t it?!!… Read More
Pay Attention To The Signs
2019-12-30 16:36
Almost everyday there are images posted online on the various RVing social media platforms that show a serious accident involving an RV, whether it be a travel trailer, fifth-wheel or some t… Read More
2019-11-07 22:25
If you own a motorhome, especially a diesel pusher you are required to start the engine to pressurize the air system. Many require the motor running to actuate slides and raise the leveling… Read More
There’s Always More On Tires
2019-10-17 19:55
Tires on any type of RV are the topic of constant discussion which emphasizes how important they are to one’s enjoyment and safety while traveling. I’ve written here on our blog… Read More
Got Mice?
2019-10-17 17:31
It is not uncommon for RVers to find that their rig has been invaded by unwanted four-legged guests … mice. That’s never any fun, so today’s post deals with how to keep mi… Read More
Unexpected Faucet Upgrade
2019-09-13 19:18
Unexpected repairs are a part of RVing. Sometimes these repairs are minor in nature, like this RV bathroom faucet replacement, and other times they are major. Those major unexpected repairs… Read More
Do You Glove Up?
2019-09-03 17:18
As an RVer, we are tasked to connect to a sewer connection at our site or pay a visit to the nearest dump station to empty our gray and black tanks. There are those who choose to glove up, t… Read More
A Back Flow Preventer Has Limitations
2019-09-01 17:48
Ever notice that brass device secured to the faucet at your campsite? It is a Back-Flow Preventer.  This is a required item in many states, counties and municipalities to meet heal… Read More
That Morning Coffee
2019-07-08 18:19
Coffee for many of us is an essential requirement to start our day. There are many ways to make that morning cup and new RVers are often heard to ask how. Well, the same way you do in a stic… Read More
One Mistake After Another
2019-05-07 21:27
There’s a learning curve to RVing, as in most things. For full-time RVers the learning curve can be steep. Your rig is your primary dwelling. Once damaged you’re out a home and a… Read More
Buyer Beware
2019-04-15 17:36
When buying a used motorhome don’t take anything at face value. It’s vitally important to understand the real condition of the unit before purchase. It might look great, but what… Read More
Heating A Wet Bay
2018-10-30 17:11
With winter here and us still in the cold north country the protection of our coach’s water and sewer system is critical.  We don’t want to deal with broken pipes, hoses and… Read More
Secure Your RV
2018-10-10 15:28
There seems to be a sense of security among RVers: A belief that ALL of our fellow RVing neighbors are friendly and pose no threat to our person or property. Yes, in an perfect world that wo… Read More
Little Things That Lead To Big Problems
2018-08-28 16:27
It may seem insignificant at the moment, but some of the littlest things can lead to big and expensive problems if not discovered and dealt with immediately. A while back, our coach was due… Read More
2018-08-18 20:59
A term you as an RVer need to be familiar with is GO Bag! What is a GO Bag!? It’s a bag, suitcase, briefcase or container that contains your most important documents and valuables. In… Read More
Life Hack-Transferring From Bag To Bottle
2018-07-08 13:00
As an RVer we’re constantly looking for ways to do things easier.  I prefer to store the bird seed that I keep onboard for our bird feeders in resealable plastic jugs rather than… Read More
When Water Leaks From The RV Slide Ceiling
2018-06-27 18:46
First off remember this rule: WATER ALWAYS SEEKS THE PATH OF LEAST RESISTANCE. This topic has been raised by many an RVer, when they discover water dripping from the ceiling of their slide o… Read More
2017 Rolled To A Close
2018-01-07 20:11
As another year of our RVing journey rolled to a stop, we drove our motorhome some 7500 miles which is the second shortest out of the four plus years we’ve been full timing. This is in… Read More

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