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Category Archives: People & Places

RV Sidetrips: Florida Caverns State Park

The Florida Caverns State Park is one of those perfect half-a-day side trips, offering a guided tour of a fascinating geologic wonder, some nice hikes and an opportunity to kayak…

Fall Camping in the Shenandoah

When we came out to the east coast we headed straight to Assateague National Seashore, but weren’t able to stay there. For one thing, Hurricane Matthew had dumped 16 inches…

The people you meet when you travel with a dog

Spent the night at the KOA in Sweetwater, TN, halfway between Knoxville and Chattanooga. We’ve stayed there before and we chose it because – like many KOAs – it has…

The 2017 Schedule of Roadtreking Gatherings

We’re ready to announce the dates, locations and themes of the 2017 schedule of Roadtreking gatherings. Again, these are not rallies. They are small, informal gatherings built around activities, hiking,…

Fretz RV: Roadtrek’s Oldest Dealer

As Jennifer and I have traveled across North America, we’ve come to realize that the RV business – more often than not – is a family affair. Yes, there are…

Mackinac Island: Our favorite getaway

There are no motorized vehicles allowed and no places to camp but this beautiful island in the Straits of Mackinac between Michigan’s two peninsulas has been calling Jennifer and me for…

When a Roadtrek finds you, embrace it

By Ari B. Adler When Jessi and I purchased our new-to-us 2008 Roadtrek 190 Popular nearly one year ago, it was a large financial decision that in hindsight seems like…

Boondocking across Michigan’s UP

It’s been a week without plugging into electricity as we’ve traveled across the UP, enjoying the beautiful colors and staying in remote or near empty state and federal campgrounds. And…

The Upper Peninsula in Fall

In Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, autumn means an explosion of colors, cool temperatures, gorgeous sunsets and a special time to enjoy the beauty of God’s country. That’s why we scheduled our…

California Here We Come

On the last Monday of September, I said a fond farewell to my friends in Corvallis,  and once again drove west towards Route 101. About an hour later, I arrived…