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Assateague National Seashore Camping

I’ve written before about the national forests, Bureau of Land Management areas, and Corp of Engineers campgrounds where you can stay and use your Federal Senior Pass. In doing so,…

RV Traveling with dogs

One of the main reasons people buy RVs is because they like to travel with their dogs. But the fact is, not all places are dog friendly. If you want…

What Do You Do on a Rainy Day?

Into every vacation a little rain must fall, or something like that – no matter how carefully you pick your vacation spots, some inclement weather will eventually show up and…

Out to the Coast and Headed South

Last you heard we were on the Beartooth Highway just north of Yellowstone, beating the heat at 10,000 feet.  As welcome the sights and weather were high in the mountains,…

How to unclutter your RV

We have discovered the one all important guiding principle that more than anything determines the success or failure of an RV trip: There needs to be a place for everything…

An RV visit to Michigan’s UP

Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is a small motorhome owner’s delight, with little bays, promontories, nooks and wilderness crannies to explore in the up-close style that Class B RVers prefer. We visit…

It’s My Way To The Highway

The DeLORME (I can’t figure out why they spell it that way) Atlas and Gazetteer is mandatory for every state I travel.  You can order from them directly or from…