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Our Favorite Hike in Yellowstone NationalPark

There’s plenty of hiking trails at Yellowstone National Park. In this video, Jennifer and I show you our favorite hiking trail called Trout Lake. We love to hike to and…

RV Podcast Episode 151: Downsizing Your RV!

There’s a new trend sweeping the RV industry: Downsizing. In involves trading in big Class A or Supersized Class C motorhomes for something smaller, most usually a Class B. Today…

Our Favorite Chairs

One of the most asked questions we get has to do with the portable chairs we carry around with us in our RV for outside seating. We carry four of…

Off the Beaten Path: Bats in Texas!

Roadtrekers traversing the U.S. will probably end up in Austin, Texas sooner or later.    When you do, be sure not to miss out on one of the country’s greatest…

RV Podcast Episode 150: Snakes Alive!

Snakes. They are out there. And RVers, campers and hikers are much more likely to encounter them than the average person, especially this time of the year, when warm weather…

Be Prepared to Cross the Border into Canada

Canada’s many attractions is at the top of every U.S. RVers bucket list. especially this year when admission to Canadian National Parks is free to everyone as part of the…

Off the Beaten Path: Blair, Nebraska

Off the Beaten Path: Blair, Nebraska

If you’re familiar with historical Native American figures beyond Crazy Horse and Osceola, you’ve likely heard of Black Elk. He was born to the Oglala Sioux on Wyoming’s Powder River…

Unboxing my new video gear

It seems like every day, I get email from readers who wonder about the gear and photo equipment I use for my RV travel stories here and on our YouTube…

Tips: Turn Off Your GPS

Jennifer’s Tips: Turn Off Your GPS?!?!

The idea of turning off our GPS or satellite mapping units while RVing might sound a little crazy in a day and age where we’ve become ultra-dependent on them. But…

Episode 149: The Changing Face of Camping

Camping in North America is changing rapidly. In this episode of the podcast, we’ll learn in our interview segment from the most comprehensive camping study ever done, from the industry’s…

Tiny Tick Big Problem

Tiny Tick, Big Problem

Warmer weather means we’re spending more time outdoors — and potentially more exposure to a tiny creature that poses big problems. I’m talking about ticks, a biting, blood-sucking bug not much…