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Snowbound in the Upper Peninsula in our Roadtrek

Right now, we’re waiting for the roads to be cleared of snow. Until the plows come through, they’d be pretty rough driving. The nearest town is 15 miles away, though…

Off the Beaten Path: Junkyard Art in Michigan

A  trip took us to the Porcupine Mountains of Michigan’s upper peninsula. Our way home took us along M-28, on the southern shore of Lake Superior, where we passed a…

Roadtreking for short trips is awesome too

By Ari B. Adler Special Guest Blogger When we bought our “previously loved” Roadtrek (2008 190 Popular) my wife, Jessi, and I believed we had made the right choice because…

Winter Camping: Here We Come!

Spots are rapidly disappearing for our second annual Winter Freezeout Camping Adventure at the spectacular Tahquamenon Falls State ark in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. We had about 14 RVs and about…

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…

Sometimes, You Just Have to Rush the Season

The calendar says it’s springtime in Michigan. But winter still thinks it’s in charge, with nightime temps still often dropping to just above freezing. But for dedicated RVers, enough is…

3 Reasons to visit Michigan by RV

I am headed back home from a wonderful tour with my great friend and fellow RT owner, Laura, a Michigan native whom I met at the Branson Corporate Rally in…