Roadtreking

Category Archives: Observations

How Driving an RV Spoils You

Jennifer and I have identified 10 ways Motorhome Travel has spoiled us. Here’s what we like about traveling in our Roadtrek CS Adventurous XL: The high seats in the motorhome…

Campgrounds and temporary workers

We were surprised when we booked a couple nights at a favorite campground in Southwest Georgia the other day to be told that the place was almost full and that…

Our Year of the Bo

Each year, as the regular camping season comes to a close, Jennifer and I usually reflect back on the year and give it a theme based on the place or experience or that…

Bo’s first road trip

Bo is beat. We’ve just returned to our Michigan sticks and bricks home after a six week road trip. It was the first real trip for Bo, our now eight-month-old…

More RV Lessons from the Road

Since I released the post on the 10 lessons we’ve learned in our now over 110,000 miles of RV travel over the past five years, several readers have asked for another…

The Boom in Boondocking

We remember our first time boondocking. It was the quiet that we most noticed. There were no traffic sounds. No TV sets from nearby campsites. No laughter, no murmuring voices…

Our RV Rule: Live like you are at home

The secret to living life on the road in our motorhome is simple: Live like you are at home. In a sense, of course, our motorhome IS our home. But…