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Microwave Cooking & Baking Tips for the RVer

The microwave is familiar to many RVers for quick re-heat of leftovers and warming up coffee or water. Listed below are some tips to make microwaving even more successful in…

Nothing in the desert is cuddly

Nothing in the desert is cuddly or cute. Traveling in the southwest means you’re going to cross terrain vastly different from most of the rest of the continental US. But…

Hungry Bear Microwave Muffins

Here is a muffin recipe inspired by a fellow Roadtreker’s desire for quick microwave muffins in minutes!  This recipe is easy, tasty, fast and fresh and once you make the…

Loving My Desert Season

Until this weekend, I have been in or on the edges of the desert for close to two months. Winter in this country can be a surprise. It may dip…

Let there Be Light (for Fewer Watts)!

I recently undertook a conversion on our 2008 Roadtrek 190 Popular, swapping out the original fluorescent light bulbs for LED bulbs. Now this might sound simple, as in remove one…

From the Desert: What I Know Today

From somewhere in the Sonoran Desert… This is what I know today. It is thrilling to see desert big horn sheep in their natural habitat. Don’t sit on a cholla…

RV Recipes: Vegan French Toast

This breakfast idea can be prepared easily on your stove top or in a skillet on the grill. Top the French toast with some fresh berries for a camp friendly…

Score One for Old Florida

The Lore of Old Florida, the stories about Ponce DeLeon and the Fountain of Youth, and pirates’ treasure, and giant alligators captured my imagination in grade school. It was the stuff…

On the Road: Microwave Replacement

Why don’t things quit working before we hit the road? We had just headed out in our winterized Roadtrek for a 10 day trip when we found the microwave oven…

RV Recipes: Vegetarian Meatloaf

  A meatless meatloaf that can be put together quickly and in the same loaf pan you bake it in! Bake 350  Time 65 – 70 min. Serves 4-5 Ingredients:…