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Category Archives: Observations

Winter finally arrives

It’s snowing out. A lot. As I write this on a Sunday morning, the abnormally warm and rainy winter weather we have been experiencing in Michigan has given way to…

Take a Trail Cam on your RV trips

I love shooting animals. With my camera. As a native Michigander, I grew up hunting. But something happened a few years ago. I just didn’t want to shoot them with…

RV Lessons Learned in 2015

It’s been quite a year. Over 40,000 miles traveled and Twenty-Eight states visited. We were on the road in our Roadtrek CS Adventurous XL 197 nights, had awesome adventures and more than…

Merry Christmas, Roadtrekers

We come in all sizes, ages,  colors and from different cultures, states, provinces and countries. We drive different RVs, have different political beliefs and lifestyles. But we are united by…

What RVers need to know: Weather lingo

All the winter storm advisories, alerts, watches and warnings that we’ll soon start seeing can be confusing. The National Weather Service does a great job of disseminating weather predictions but…

Staying Fit on the Road

I’ve written before how the RV Lifestyle can be detrimental to your health, thanks to Sitting Disease and living each day like you are on vacation. And I’ve shared our…

Learning to Slow Down on a Fall Color Photo Hike

One of the nice things about the small motorhome lifestyle is how well it fits in with other hobbies and favorite pastimes. Take photography, for example. This weekend, as Southeastern Michigan…

Got an Off the Beaten Path Story?

We RVers love to travel far off the interstates and main highways. That’s where all the adventure lies, all the great places, and most beautiful camping spots. I like to…

Farewell to a Friend

“How lucky I am to have known someone who was so hard to say goodbye to.” – Anonymous I write this with tears steaming down my face. Our noble friend and…