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Tomato Basil Pie

This is a tasty rustic recipe to try out for a camping adventure.  It can be made ahead or at the campsite.  Try it for a breakfast, lunch or dinner….

Solo RV Travel

Thinking Solo RV Travel? Do It!

Estimates put the number of solo RVers at between 20 to 30 percent of all the RVers on the road. If you’re on the fence about joining that group of…

Gadgets: One Cool Light!

One of the things we like the most about doing this blog and the podcast is hearing from you and receiving your tips. Sometimes, it’s about how to do things…

Off The Beaten Path: Leg Sundial

Off the Beaten Path: Giant Leg Sundial

We were on our trip with our 20-something niece headed for Madison, WI, and after 325 hard, fast mils we needed a break. “Hey!” I said, “Here’s a 16-foot high…

Tips: Finding Dogsitting Services

One problem those of us who travel with dogs regularly face is what to do with our pets when we have a place to go or an activity to do…

Off the Beaten Path: Junkyard Art in Michigan

A  trip took us to the Porcupine Mountains of Michigan’s upper peninsula. Our way home took us along M-28, on the southern shore of Lake Superior, where we passed a…

An RV is more than a “depreciating asset”

This video discussion was prompted by a recent comment on YouTube from someone who thought it foolish to invest a lot of money in a motorhome, which he saw as…

Tips: Avoid Becoming a Missing Person

Jennifer’s Tips: Avoid Becoming a Missing Person

Our Roadtreking friend Mary Z recently shared a fascinating article from Outdoor magazine that notes 1,600 people go missing from our public lands each year. They’re doing stuff like hiking, jogging, exploring…

Off the Beaten Path: Leominster, Mass.

By Anna Burkett New England towns have plenty of vestigial British references. One of these is the suffix minster, as in Westminster, which designates a town with a monastic center or…

DIY Front Screens for your RV

We love seeing how other RVers customize their RVs and make them uniquely their own. In Montana, we met Marilyn Daniel, who showed us how she made her own screens…