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Off the Beaten Path: Mounds Abound in Ohio

Off The Beaten Path: Mounds Abound in Ohio

As Europeans moved westward across the North American continent they found a variety of artifacts left behind by earlier cultures.  Even more have been discovered in recent times.  Think petroglyphs,…

Episode 166: Camping’s Dirty Little Secret

We have a jam-packed show for you this week. First off, we’ll tackle the dirty little secret of the RV industry. Yes, they are indeed selling lots and lots of…

Off The Beaten Path: East Coast Elephant Fun

Once in a while, exploring out-of-the-way places puts us on the path of a much greater adventure – checking out Cincinnati’s painted pigs, Lexington’s painted horses, and Fort Wayne’s painted…

Episode #165: The Girl Camping Movement

Episode #165: The Girl Camping Movement No, I’m not being politically incorrect. There really is a Girl Camping Movement and it is one of the fastest growing segments of the…

Our RV Motto: Small Home, Big Yard

Like all motorhome owners, we give a lot of tours. It seems that whenever we’re on the road and stop, at a rest area or for fuel, someone comes over…

Tips: Enjoy Being a Senior

Most of my tips are about “things” to make RVing more pleasurable, but one Roadtreking fan sent a tip not too long ago that is a bit different. It came…

Off the Beaten Path: Big South Fork

We’ve often spent time at the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area on the border between Kentucky and Tennessee. The Green River, which runs through the park (see…

Jennifer’s Tips: Get More Into Your Freezer

One frustration many RVers have is not having enough room to take all the things they’d like in those small RV refrigerators. Our friends Tom Burkett and his wife, Patti,…

Off the Beaten Path: Green River, Utah

Off the Beaten Path: Green River, Utah

As you drive along Interstate-70 in Utah, it’s easy to put on a music playlist and blow through without looking left or right.  If you do, you’ll lose out.  For…