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5 One-Pot Meals to Make While You’re RVing

When I was a kid, a staple dinner in our house was my mom’s favorite one-pot meal, Beef-n-Butter. It was one-pound ground beef, one-half stick of butter, and salt and pepper, fried up in a pan. And boy was it d-e-e-e-licious! It’s pretty hard to beat fat-on-fat when it comes to satisfying a hungry kid….

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RVer’s Rules to Live By: Campground Etiquette

You’ve arrived at the campground or RV park and have been handed a copy of their rules with your site assignment. However, where does that sheet of paper with the campground rules end up? I’m willing to bet they ended up being shoved in the dash of the RV or crumpled up as fire starter….

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6 Tips for Simple, Healthy Cooking in Your RV

Like many of you, I began a new diet as a part of my journey to better health last year. Unlike many of you, I began this diet while living in a 25′ RV. Since then, I’ve lost more than twenty pounds and established some great healthy habits that I rely on as I live and travel in an RV. Here are some of my tips for simple, healthy cooking on the road. 

The Ultimate Guide to Hiking Gear and Essentials

If you would have asked my husband and I ten years ago what we thought about hiking, we would have said “Meh”. It really wasn’t interesting to us. We preferred living life more in the fast lane.  We weren’t campy, outdoorsy, naturalistic people. Riding our Harley Davidson motorcycles was as outdoorsy as we got. Occasionally,…

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What You Need to Know BEFORE Purchasing a Fifth Wheel

A fifth wheel is a great option when considering what kind of RV to purchase. If you need convincing, read these 10 reasons why you should choose a fifth wheel. However, if you’ve done any research at all on fifth wheels, you know that there are a ton of different options to choose from. This…

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How to Plan an RV Trip to Disney World

So, you’ve got the time off accumulated and got your family on board with your next vacation idea – you’re going to Disney World! It doesn’t take much research, though, to realize you’ve got a TON of options for your trip. The purpose of this guide is to give you a reference to use as you plan your trip. Work through budget, housing, transportation and all of the factors you’ll need to consider in your planning.

How to Find Awesome Campsites for Boondocking

Nothing beats the freedom of the open road, except camping for free. Free camping also known as “boondocking,” is one of the truest joys of RVing.   “Wait, what?” You ask, “You can camp for free?” Yes, yes you can (and it’s easier to find than you might think). When my husband and I started…

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Pro Tips For Backing Up a Trailer

In this post I share a few pro tips for backing up a trailer. Towing a trailer behind you is really quite easy, your trailer just follows you wherever you go. Backing up a trailer up is not so easy. It can bend your mind, break your nerve, and leave you sweating bullets. It is…

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GIMME S’MORE! Campfire S’mores Recipes

Remember back to when you went camping with your family and friends or Scouts?  You probably have vivid memories of giggling with sticky fingers, marshmallow torches, melted chocolate bars and crispy graham crackers made into perfect little sandwiches. You slid one or two soft marshmallows on a green stick you whittled with your jackknife earlier…

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Bike Week 2017 is Nearly Here

Each year, for ten days in mid-March, Daytona Beach is absolutely flooded with bike lovers from all over the country. The Daytona Beach Bike Week is the biggest biking event in the world and hosts around 500,000 people each and every year. To top it off, it is also one of the longest-running bike events,…

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