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Killing Bugs Naturally

I am a bit of an insectophobe. I can tolerate bugs when I am outside. After all, I’m visiting their home. But my tolerance runs out when they visit …

Making Bessie the RV Great Again: The Bathroom

Bessie the RV is getting a face lift. The renovations began with the kitchen and living area, and this article shares updates to Bessie’s …

Hidden Treasure on Alabama-Florida State Line

The RV Park is very small (under 20 sites), with the majority of the sites on a scenic, small lake. The spots are a nice size and are shaded with …

Making Bessie The RV Great Again: The Kitchen & Living Area

Bessie needs a face lift.<p>Ever since we made the decision to keep Bessie (rather than upgrade to a larger RV), I’ve been pondering and researching …

Go For The Gusto

I don’t normally tune in to 60 Minutes. But I recall hearing throughout my life, <i>“And I’m Morley Safer”</i> more times than I could count.<p>This week, I …

The 59 National Parks Ranked

National Parks have become a popular escape. They bring a unique variety of gorgeous landscapes, various wildlife, adventure sports and incredible scenery.<p>The world's first national park is Yellowstone. It was created in 1872. It has more than 1,800 known archeological sites, five park entrances …

National Parks

11 Clear Facts About Great Smoky Mountains National Park

America's most visited national park features about 520,000 acres that stretch across five counties in Tennessee and North Carolina. Great Smoky …

On the road! Man converts 189-square-foot school bus into a home — see inside

They say home is where the heart is, and for 29-year-old Patrick Schmidt, that can be literally anywhere across the country thanks to a 1990 school bus he lovingly converted with his parents.<p>Schmidt says he was looking for a major life change when he began searching for a bus to buy earlier this …

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America’s Five Best Road Trips

For The Coast: California’s Pacific Coast Highway<p>Point Lobos, California. Image Source: Rerbn<p><i>Sites: Monterey – Carmel-by-the-Sea – Point Lobos State</i> …

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Baby, It’s Cold Out There!

Here we are just starting the holiday season and the weather in Utah has finally taken its turn towards winter. This gets me excited. James and I, as …

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The Most Beautiful Lakes in the U.S.

Glaciers, geysers, crystal clear water: What more could you ask for? These 15 American lakes are gorgeous—and worth a visit—any time of year.

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Our RV Hibernates In A Cave

It’s that dreaded time of year. The end of the RV season.<p>Any positive feelings related to this sad time can be directly attributed to where we store …

RV Decisions: Trading Up vs. Sprucing Up

Forest River Sunseeker:<p>I love the looks of the Forest River Sunseeker.<p>The metal back splash was very cool, but we wondered if the glass cover on the …

Would You Road Trip on This Proposed Insane Superhighway From London to New York?

How would you like to drive all the way from London to New York? Well, if this new proposal gets proper approval, then that’s exactly what would …

Why I'm Giving Up My Job To Travel The World In An RV

<i>By Amber Copeland</i><p>I've had a great job for over six years. Good salary, excellent health insurance, paid vacations and sick days.<p>I like the people I work with and I'm not terrible at what I do. I've had the opportunity to have a voice in the shaping of my community and the future of my hometown.<p>And …

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Upgrading vs. Keeping Our Current RV: Is The Grass Greener On The Bigger RV Side?

Many of you have been in our shoes and have faced the decision of whether you want to keep your RV or upgrade to something bigger/better. We’re …

Harvest Hosts & Fox Hollow Farms

Picture this. You drive through winding, hilly country roads and finally turn onto the long driveway of a farm. After parking, you open the door to …

Confessions of a Nature-Loving Insectophobe

There are so many things that I love about nature. I have always had an affinity for water. I love to look at it, sit by it, and if it’s warm and …

Choose Your Own Path

I’d like to interrupt this RV Travel Blog to share a bit of introspection on the concept of a “Path.” For the third time today, the word “Path” was …

Road Trip: The Coast of Lake Michigan

Soak up the scenery and stop along the way for wine and cherries along the shores of Lake Michigan.<p><i>From the July/August 2011 issue of</i> National Geographic Traveler<p>Beyond the auto factories, powerhouse universities, and bustling urban centers of southern Michigan lies an idyllic coastal region that …

Road Trips

Traveling To The Henry Ford Museum

We entered The Henry Ford Museum with only four hours to spend before closing. For me, that was the perfect amount of time, but we could have easily …

The Hallway of Sadness

RVers know “The Shower of Sadness.” Cleveland Browns fans know “The Factory of Sadness.” One walk down this eerie hallway and I dubbed it, “The …

Shawshanked at the Ohio State Reformatory

If touring creepy, historic prisons and getting a “behind the scenes” look at a famous movie filming location is your cup of tea, you are in for a …

Canoeing (Backwards) Down The Mohican River

We used our Harvest Hosts membership and Roadtrippers.com to help us plan an interesting and adventurous Memorial Day weekend. One of our stops was …