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National Park

Take in the Beauty of Yosemite, but Take a GPS, Will You?

Apart from the climber’s dream of scaling El Capitan, there are a number of treasures in Yosemite, from scintillating scenery to impressive rock pools known to cool down climbers after a strenuous climb. Yet, what campers don’t know about Yosemite, is that it also happens to be one of the prime…

out and about state parks

Hagerman Idaho – Weekend One

We were pleasantly surprised by the Hagerman RV Village upon arrival. The park is full of beautiful shade trees, flowering fruit trees, and hundreds of birds – Robins, Towhees, Doves, Quail and Warblers galore. The sites are huge, easy to get into, rent is cheap, and the WiFi works great.…

history

Nerdy History Vacations – 5 of the Best!

If you’re a history fiend then taking a vacation that combines your love of anything to do with the past with sightseeing has got to be the ultimate, right? Well read on, because we’ve put together five of the best destinations to head to if that’s what you’re after –…

Vegetarian Travel Tips

How to Eat Vegetarian in an RV – Yes, It’s Possible!

These days, more and more people are opting to adopt vegetarian (or even vegan!) diets, and for quite a wide variety of reasons, including but not limited to the potential ethical dilemma of consuming meat and other animal products, concerns about the environmental impact and sustainability of a meat-oriented diet,…

nerding

The Nerdiest Places in the US

Do you dream of a geek-cation? One in which you can nerd yourself crazy with other like-minded folks? Well, look no further because we’ve put together a list of six of the nerdiest places to visit in the States, whether it’s gaming combined with jazz music and specialty coffee you…

winter cabins

Cabin on the Lake, Winter 2016-17

By the end of every Summer,  we look forward to a snowy cabin and stuffing a wood stove full of good smelling wood, and every winter, after a few months, we can’t wait to get back in the trailer and on the road. It’s a constant battle, like forgetting what…

Vegan suet
Vegetarian Travel Tips Wildlife

Vegetarian Suet For Wintering Birds

Since we’re in a cabin again this winter, mostly taking care of some dental work and getting to know my (Amber) extensive family in the area, we’ve again been spoiled by the full size stove, and an oven that doesn’t burn everything. I love feeding the birds and squirrels in…