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Category Archives: Jim Phipps

RVing First Aid: When A Tick Attacks a Toe

Nature is beautiful. Wondrous. Awe inspiring. But the reality of nature, sometimes, not-so-much. Biologists have now concluded that you have more “non-human” cells in your body than human ones. Your…

Driving Through a Montana Super Car Wash on I-94

Windshield wipers pound on the highest setting. Rain plummets to explosive splashes obliterating any view of the highway. Gray skies blackening then bursting with red lightning. Thunder with every bolt…

Tips: Re-Packing the Roadtrek Launch Vehicle

Our Roadtrek is like a NASA Space Vehicle. It takes us everywhere in compact comfort, it holds everything we need for the trip, and it only needs an occasional stop…

Trips: Who will YOU meet at the Sleeping Bear Dunes?

(Editor’s Note: A link in the March 23 Roadtreking newsletter incorrectly leads readers here. For the post, “I’m the General’s Driver – Understanding Single Women Drivers,” please click here. We…

Florida’s South Gulf Beaches

Florida’s gulf beaches south of Tampa have long been our main wintertime destination. Whether we got to toddle on down for a week during Easter break whilst the kids were…

Roadtreking RV Cookin’ in Pairs

Space, the last frontier. Sometimes the last straw. Roadtreks are remarkable vehicles. They give us freedom, they allow us to fulfill our sense of adventure and they encourage us to…

RVing to Florida: 50 Shades of Green

Our trip was delayed. We have to get out. NOW!  We don’t hate the winter. In fact, we loved the First Annual No Rules RoadTrek Winter Campout in Tahquamenon Falls….