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Episode 148: On to the Next 30,000!

Up in Kitchener Ontario at the factory where the Erwin Hymer Group of North America builds Roadtrek Motorhomes, they just celebrated a momentous event – the building of the 30,000th…

How to Find the Perfect Campsite

Beginner and expert campers alike can agree on one thing: nothing beats landing that perfect camping site. There’s just one thing…that “perfect” spot can have different meanings to everyone. Some…

Maximizing Storage: Above the Door Shelf Ideas

We always admired Roadtrek’s above-the-door pocket shelves (or rail pockets or whatever they’re called) used on any of the Chevy or older Dodge models. They are so handy for so…

Too Many Photos? Never!

Too Many Photos? Never!

RVers love to take photos and these days, we can take and store more than ever. But what do you do with them? How do you keep from running out…

OTBP: Great River Road

Off the Beaten Path: Great River Road

We love river drives, especially on the big rivers of the Midwest.  They’re dotted with cities and small towns, and their long tenure as transportation corridors means they’re full of…

Episode 146: What is the RV Lifestyle?

We talk a lot about the RV Lifestyle? But what is it? This week, we hear from a whole bunch of different RVers, from all across North America. I bet…

How RV Travel Spoils Us

As we’ve been traveling across America this week, we’ve encountered a lot of people doing  the same thing – but by automobile. We see them at rest and fuel stops, stretching,…

OTBP: WOOLAROC

Off the Beaten Path: Woolaroc, OK

Remember Phillips 66 gas stations? Well, Frank Phillips made his money in the oil business and he thought about building a big east coast mansion like his friends the Rockefellers…

TIPS: FOOD STORAGE

Tips: Food Storage

I’ve talked before about using Ziploc bags to store all sorts of stuff, from food to spare parts to things like cereal that can be emptied out of those big…

Episode 145: The Power of a Dream

This week in our interview of the week, we meet Alicia Crabbe, a retired woman and solo traveler who is living her dream as a guide and naturalist, leading people…

The Clothes We Pack for an RV Trip

A viewer named Lilli writes: “I am brand new to Class B travel, and I would love it if you would share your clothing list for a 2-3 week trip…

OTBP: Angel Oak

Off the Beaten Path: Angel Oak

Charleston, South Carolina is full of bloody history, low country folklore, and pirate tales, so us finding such a thing there was maybe not a surprise. John’s Island, a bit south…

RV Sidetrip to The Enchanted Highway

The Enchanted Highway is a collection of the world’s largest scrap metal sculptures constructed at intervals along a 32-mile stretch of two-lane highway that cuts south across the prairie off…