Most people think of RVing as a great way to get out into nature with all the conveniences of home, and IT IS. But it’s so much more than that. Here are just some of the things to do while RVing in America. Read More
Biking is one of the favorite activities of RVers. It’s also one of the most accessible as you can rent bikes, bring bikes with your vehicle, haul them in the Toy Hauler, or on a bike rack. Although we LOVE biking around the campground, one of the highlights of our journey has been experiencing some INSANELY amazing bike rides. Here in no particular order are some of the best (and we’ve done A LOT). Read More
It’s not always easy to get up and get outside. Especially before the sunrise. But that’s usually when the magic happens. There’s something special about the sunrise, where everything comes alive in front of you. After exploring different adventures while Full Time RVing I’ve learned quite a bit about setting myself up to experience those “special” moments. Here’s a few tips on how we maximize our outdoor adventures. Read More
Every year we make it out to Delaware to spend time with Danielle’s parents at the beach. This year we decided to take a different approach and the girls flew out while I booked it across the country in the 5th wheel (driving long distances with a baby isn’t fun).
So much has been said about Millennials and it’s not always good. If you’re between the ages of 18-35, you’re in the group.
There’s a lot of reasons to hit the road, but us Millennials are flocking to the freedom of the RV Life at record rates. Dealerships are trying to tap into this fast growing demographic and many realize it’s the future of RVing. But why? Here’s a few of the reasons:
Most RVers dream of slowly cruising along the entire West Coast of the United States. It’s a bucket list type of trip that will leave you in awe of the beauty and seclusion on this rugged coast.
Most Surfers dream of the cruising the west coast and hitting the waves along the way. However it’s usually in a surfer van that is a little bit better than roughing it.
We decided to go Surfing for 6 months on a Border to Border trip up the west coast, but instead of roughing it in a camper van, we would have all the modern comforts of home along with us on our trip.
The goal was to start at the Mexican Border and slowly head up the west coast until we can see Canada.
We spend each summer with Minnesota being a home base. My parents wanted to entice us to bring the grand kids around more and had RV Hookups installed on their 4 acres. It’s the perfect mix of quality family time and space when we want it.
So after leaving Glacier National Park we headed on over to the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Where people are “Minnesota Nice”, you can find natural beauty, and you won’t want to leave… until the cold comes! Read More