Roadtreking

Category Archives: Yan Seiner

Surviving the cold – in an igloo

On our 2017 January freezeout, we built igloos. Real igloos like my house in Canada. (Just kidding.) (About the Canada thing.) As none of us were experienced igloo builders, and…

Philosophical musings on buying an RV

(Editor’s Note: Yan is an engineer with the Erwin Hymer Group of North America, maker of Roadtrek motorhomes) I just got back from the Hershey RV show. As always, shows…

Off the beaten path – climbing in the Gunks

On our way back from our Great Smoky Mountains Photo Safari daughter Akari and I stopped by the Mohonk Trust and the Shawangunk mountains in New York. The Gunks and…

Smoky Mountains Hike

During our Smoky Mountains Photo Safari a handful of us decided to go on an overnight hike, starting at Clingman’s Dome.  The goal was to meet up with another, smaller…

Bataan Memorial Death March

Last weekend I participated in the Bataan Memorial Death March. This is an event that commemorates the events of 1942 and beyond, when thousands of men and a handful of…

Hiking the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is on virtually everyone’s bucket list.  I’ve had the good fortune to hike it several times; this puts me in a somewhat rarefied group.  Of the 5…

Sweating It Out at the Pomona RV Show

Once again, I have used some Campskunk mojo to escape the looming Canada winter, and come here to Pomona in sunny SoCal. Pomona is billed as the Biggest RV Show. …