Roadtrip Travel

Top 3 Quirky, Awesome Attractions Around Los Angeles

As a camper and RV lover, you’re already an experience seeker. Here are three places to hang out to turn your next trip to Los Angeles into an experience to remember. Time Travel Mart A store that specializes in time-travel merchandise might seem a little quirky, and that’s because it is! Located downtown near the center…

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3 Great Rest Stops Near Los Angeles

Every experienced traveler knows the importance of a good rest area. We searched high and low to find three of the best rest stops outside of L.A. Mark these on your map or in your travel journal to make your next RV adventure that much easier! Tejon Pass You’ll find this rest area on I-5 in Kern County…

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Freedom of the road – why I rent an RV

Every musician from Bob Marley to Stevie Wonder, The Beatles to Waylon Jennings, Bob Dylan to Trey Anastasio, Janis Joplin to Madonna, the Rolling Stones to Rage Against the Machine, or Neil Young to Bjork all have a message about freedom and what it means to them. Freedom Defined & Freedom Vessels If you look the…

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Want adventurous travel, even at 70? So did we!

What better way to celebrate my hubby’s birthday than going on an adventure? We’re not your typical white-haired aging couple. We always wanted to see the greatness of Alaska, but the typical Alaska cruise wasn’t really for us. We wanted more adventure! We decided on an RV adventure. It was going to be our very first kick…

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10 Essential RV Life Hacks

Often, people set off on the road to find a simpler way of living. A place where street lights are replaced by stars and the sun is your alarm clock, where stressful meetings melt away into hours spent listening to a creek, and mountains cast a shadow over your camp in the afternoons. Have your…

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Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park State: California 36.2419° N, 116.8258° W Endless playground: mountains, mysterious canyons, salt flats & dunes Each morning we scrabbled through new and amazing canyons in death valley located in the over 3.3 million acres of wilderness (the largest National Park in the lower 48). It was an endless playground full of rugged…

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His & Hers: Our Big 5 RVing must haves

When you leave the house for work during the day you grab a handful of things on the way out the door, your essentials for everyday. Without even thinking twice about it you have your keys, phone, wallet, sunglasses and away you go. Well that’s how we feel about a handful of objects in our…

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Things I have learned living in an RV

“In school, you’re taught a lesson, and then given a test. In life, you’re given a test that teaches you a lesson.” Tom Bodett We have been living in our tiny little house, or Casita, for the last 7 months, and spent two months living in a VW Eurovan before that. There has definitely been…

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Gifts and stocking stuffers for the RVer in your life

Yep, it’s that time of the year when RVers set up tiny Christmas trees on the dashboard, hang stockings with care from cabinets and add a few more lights to the awning. Spending time in a campground during the holidays is a tradition for a lot of RVers, and you can count on those stockings…

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