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Category Archives: People & Places

Roadtreking’s 2018 Glacier Gathering

All of America’s National Parks are treasures. But when it comes to beauty and the sheer drama of the landscape, Glacier National Park has to be at the top of…

Serendipity travel with no reservations

We love Serendipity Traveling…with no reservations and no set-in-stone agenda. That’s our preferred RV Lifestyle method of exploring. Come along with us on a beautiful day in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula…

New RV owner? Come to a Roadtreking Gathering

Heads up for an important announcement about our Roadtreking gatherings – especially for NEW and FIRST TIME OWNERS (within the past two years) of a new or used Hymer or…

Bumming Around Big Sur

We are back out on the Pacific Coast Highway after spending all of last summer in Europe, and we sure are glad to be back. This is our old familiar…

Our weekend at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park

We’ll say this: Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park is sure family friendly. Since it’s usually just Jennifer, me and our dog, Bo, we never have camped in one before. But we…

Alone at Silver Lake

We were going to head home Monday. But then we realized, we can work anywhere. Serendipity is our rule. And so, instead of returning to our sticks and bricks home…

The end of winter

It’s over. No matter the calendar says spring came over a month ago. It really came this weekend, at least to my part of the Midwest – Michigan. Finally. Sunny…

When Paths Cross: Humans and Baby Animals

When Paths Cross: Humans and Baby Animals

With the return spring and warm weather, many RVers are back in the great outdoors, closer to Mother Nature and all she has to offer. Among those things are newborn…

Trail and Hiking apps for the RVer

We’ll all be out there RVing and spending more time soon with Mother Nature – hiking, biking, and running the warmer weather days away. The last thing anyone wants to…

Amidst record Class B sales, a Super B show!

We’re at the huge Super B RV Show being held near Phoenix, AZ this weekend, surrounded by some 130 Class B and small motorhomes. Nothing larger. No towables, popups, fifth…

Our Trip to the Alibates Flint Quarries

  The stars aligned this trip for an event I had been thinking about for at least twenty years, ever since I first started reading books and articles about the…

Off the Beaten Path in New Haven, Connecticut

New Haven Connecticut is probably best known as he home of Yale University, and if you go there, you would certainly enjoy a walk around that iconic campus.  But New…

Angels on My Shoulder

Traveling in our Roadtrek for four and half years, we thought we had had it all. Great experiences, great locations, great people. But recenty we had our first authentic, Roadtrek-to-the-bone-and-reaching-out-into-the-Universe-Roadtrek…

Way Down Upon the Suwannee River

Our Roadtreking gathering at Florida’s Manatee Springs State Park had us all singing that line from Steven Foster’s 1851 song a lot this past week as we kayaked, canoed, pontooned,…