Like all things in life, full-time family travel has its ups and downs.
A high-profile story of a couple found dead on a Padre Island beach has a lot of travelers reconsidering the safety of boondocking. Is America getting more dangerous? Particularly in remote areas?
Mark Walker talks about the history of RV Clubs, and why the FMCA is the best in the game.
Can full-time RV living help make you a better person?
The past 18 months have found us in a location almost every week—and regardless of where we are, I make it a priority to exercise 5-6 days a week.
Colorado natives spend their first winter in Florida—with a few hundred thousand other RVers, and a few surprises.
I ran the numbers and our grocery and eating out expenses have doubled since we hit the road.
Highway 61, known as the “blues highway,” is rich with the history of musicians in the Mississippi Delta area.
One of the best parts of traveling fulltime is the opportunity to try new things. Want to meet more people on your travels? Don’t buy a dog, just buy some binoculars!
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