Monthly Archives: March 2015

Bryce Canyon has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. So you can imagine my excitement and expectations of what this place would be like. Hiking the Hoodoos put this place on another level. For RVers this should be on your map of places to visit, it has beautiful views for all activity levels. The drive through Bryce and back is a must do. Then, if you’re… Read More

What do you do when you get tired while driving your RV but the destination is still hours away? After Full Time RVing for almost a year and having visited 34 states in 11 months, we have found a variety of safe options to rest up so you can get an early start on the road (unless you choose to stay for awhile).

Las Vegas is a hot spot for vacationers. When most people think of going to Vegas they think of booking a flight, paying too much for a hotel and hitting the Casinos…but what many don’t know is that Vegas is a great place to bring your RV to enjoy the same activities, but at a fraction of the cost.

Do you have a Honeydo list that seems to keep growing?  Although there might not be a quick fix to all upgrades, there are certainly some that you don’t need to make harder than they have to be. Below is a list of RV upgrades that don’t require you to bust out your toolbox.

Newport Beach is one of the most famous Surf cities in the world. The beach culture is incredible.  A lot of people think of Newport as a bunch of surfers and models…and although this is true, it’s so much more than that. Danielle and I use to live on 38th street near the pier before we started RVing. Words can’t describe how awesome this place is, in fact I don’t think anything… Read More

When you live full-time in an RV, or even just enjoy the occasional getaway, you understand the importance of organization.  When living in such a small space, organization is not only a desire it’s a must!  Below is a list of how you can best organize your RV: Bins, bins and more bins! Big bins, small bins, tall bin, short bins, clear bin… you get the idea.  Bins are a great way… Read More

Camping comes in many different forms.  Some consider camping an activity that involves hiking into the middle of nowhere and sleeping under the stars whereas others prefer “glamping.” So what kind of camper are you?

RV living doesn’t have to be boring.  Every individual have their own style and flare, as should an RV. Below is a checklist of essentials to help make your RV feel like home: *  Pillows & Blankets Pillows and blankets are not only great for adding to the comfort of your RV but they also add a pop of color. Pick an accent color you would like to use throughout your RV… Read More