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Meandering through Nebraska

I am moving west. It is a slight push as I need to be in Boise by early next week. Elsie the cat is going to visit friends of ours…

We go to RV Owners School

We were recently invited to come share our RV experiences with a group of Roadtrek and Erwin Hymer of North America van owners in Canada. Our destination was Waterloo, Ontario,…

Fresh Crab Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette

Here is a recipe for an appetizer I paired at the recent Roadtreking Gathering at Indian Leap Winery in Sonoma California.  The appetizer is refreshing and paired fabulously with the…

Off the Beaten Path: Pompey’s Pilar

By Maggie Burkett In eastern Montana, the Yellowstone River is lined with rimrock cliffs that extend more than a hundred feet in the air.  They posed a substantial obstacle to…

Is a Cassette Toilet Right for Your RV?

Cassette toilets are very popular in Europe and they are showing up more and more in RVs made in North America. But are they right for you and your RV…

RV Podcast 191: What to do with your RV

It always amazes me how our RVs enhance our lifestyle. We collect stories from the road on how people use their RV and the stories are endless. The hobbies, personal…

It is All About Family

Family is one of the most important influences in a person’s life. My trip this spring revealed itself to be about family. There are many types of families and I…

Our weekend at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park

We’ll say this: Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park is sure family friendly. Since it’s usually just Jennifer, me and our dog, Bo, we never have camped in one before. But we…

Alone at Silver Lake

We were going to head home Monday. But then we realized, we can work anywhere. Serendipity is our rule. And so, instead of returning to our sticks and bricks home…

The end of winter

It’s over. No matter the calendar says spring came over a month ago. It really came this weekend, at least to my part of the Midwest – Michigan. Finally. Sunny…

When Paths Cross: Humans and Baby Animals

When Paths Cross: Humans and Baby Animals

With the return spring and warm weather, many RVers are back in the great outdoors, closer to Mother Nature and all she has to offer. Among those things are newborn…