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Category Archives: Observations

Lessons Learned from a week of RV Vlogging

Our very fast week-long trip to Florida last week turned out to be a fun experiment into daily Vlogging – or filing daily video blog reports to my Roadtreking RV…

A perfect day

What makes a perfect day on an RV trip? I don’t know about you, but for Jennifer and me it is a day doing what you want, on no particular…

Home Really Is Where You Park It

We just set up camp in along the Emerald Coast on Florida’s Panhandle. We’re home. Last night, in Alabama, we stayed in a rest area along I-65. Alabama is one…

Our 15 Rules for the RV Road for 2016

We start our fifth year of RVing this month and can’t wait for all the adventures ahead. But along the way, in over 100,000 miles of travel, we’ve learned a few things….

Me and Jen and a Dog Named Bo

We didn’t ask for it. And when our three grown children surprised us with a new 10-week puppy last week as we celebrated Jennifer and my birthdays, let’s just say…

Small home, Big Yard

Like all motorhome owners, we give a lot of tours. It seems that whenever we’re on the road and stop, at a rest area or for fuel, someone comes over…

Winter finally arrives

It’s snowing out. A lot. As I write this on a Sunday morning, the abnormally warm and rainy winter weather we have been experiencing in Michigan has given way to…

Take a Trail Cam on your RV trips

I love shooting animals. With my camera. As a native Michigander, I grew up hunting. But something happened a few years ago. I just didn’t want to shoot them with…

RV Lessons Learned in 2015

It’s been quite a year. Over 40,000 miles traveled and Twenty-Eight states visited. We were on the road in our Roadtrek CS Adventurous XL 197 nights, had awesome adventures and more than…

Merry Christmas, Roadtrekers

We come in all sizes, ages,  colors and from different cultures, states, provinces and countries. We drive different RVs, have different political beliefs and lifestyles. But we are united by…

What RVers need to know: Weather lingo

All the winter storm advisories, alerts, watches and warnings that we’ll soon start seeing can be confusing. The National Weather Service does a great job of disseminating weather predictions but…