Travel is the #1 reason most people live the full-time RV lifestlye, and we are no exception! There's a big, beautiful world out there full of incredible things to see, fun things to do, places to visit, and yummy food to eat. We can't sit still - we need to get out there and see it all!
If you love to adventure and explore, then read our latest travel log for inspiration and travel ideas. We share our favorite destinations, campgrounds, scenic byways, RV travel tips and more. This section also contains our best photography. Get inspired for your next adventure!
We took a real vacation for the first time in 5 years and spent a week in Maui, Hawaii! Yes, even full-time RVers need a vacation from their travel life every now and again. 🙂 Why Maui? Our good friends of many years decided to get married on Maui, and invited us. I suggested to […]
We spent this past winter in Florida as we finally decided to do the smart Full-Time RVer thing and become Floridians. I’ll be writing about this change including a ‘how to’ in an upcoming post (stay tuned). The short version is, no income tax, inexpensive vehicle registration, RV-friendly, no vehicle inspections – it was well […]
Hi Everyone! It’s been a while since I updated you on our happenings and whereabouts, so I’ll share where we are, what we’ve been up to, and what our plans are for the spring. We spent the holidays in Atlanta with Family, then took the snowbird route down to Florida for the winter. We’ve wintered […]
Hi Everyone. As it’s now 2017 (Happy New Year btw!) I was reflecting back on 2016 and all of the places we visited and things we saw. Utah really stood out for us this past year as we spent the month of May in that genetically-gifted state. Perhaps our most memorable trip that I haven’t […]
Even well-planned and well-researched day trips sometimes end in failure, so it should come as no surprise to us that when we do zero pre-planning we’re more likely to miss out on sights and to waste time. And yet sometimes after working all week we find ourselves impatient to bust out and explore. So impatient, […]
Zion National Park was one of the first National Parks we visited as a couple, when we first got together many years ago. We stopped at Zion in our U-Haul on our move to California from Massachusetts, and tent camped in the National Park campground.
After spending the better part of the winter in Southern California, we found it more difficult than normal to pack up our stuff and get on the road. This was partly due to buying stuff we didn’t yet have a place for – and an RVing phenomenon where the longer you stay in one place, […]
Winter RVing in Southern California is a tricky thing. Southern California is close to South Carolina in latitude, so it doesn’t sit as far south as Florida, and as a result doesn’t get as warm. Add in the Pacific Ocean, which pulls cold water from the arctic down the California coast, and the many 10,000+ […]
We love volcanoes, so we felt like two kids in a candy store on the drive from Bend OR to Lassen Volcanic National Park. Rich and I have had Lassen on our bucket list for years, but it’s always been too far out of the way, or too long a drive to visit. Last fall we finally made the […]
We packed up at Chehalis, WA by about 10am and we were on our way to Bend, Oregon. The route to Bend passes through the outskirts of Portland, and then onto Rt26 – a secondary highway that passes through the Mt. Hood National Forest and skirts the base of the mountain. The striking thing about […]
Hi Everyone – it’s been a busy month. Since my last update, Kathy flew to Atlanta for a week and returned, and I moved the RV from La Conner, WA to Chehalis, WA, and then we recently drove down to Bend, Oregon. I’ll share a brief overview of each stop with photos of course. La […]