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I-70 East Drive in a RV from Fruita to Denver

The I-70 drive into Colorado towards Denver is not to be missed. We’ve done the drive in a car, motorcycle and now in a motorhome and it has been breathtaking each time. We were slightly concerned about going over the Rockies in a gas powered

Full Time RVing Costs: Motorhome Edition – September 2015

When we tell people that we live on the road full time, they always ask how we are able to do it and how much it costs. We plan to cover the “how we are able to do it” question in a separate post (Live

Rock Hard 4×4 Patriot Aluminum Bumper Review

Once we decided to travel around the United States in a RV, we knew we would need a tow vehicle and decided on the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. The next step was figuring out how we would flat tow the Jeep. The two options we decided between were

In Loving Memory of Duke

We lost Duke due to some health issues yesterday having been with us since 2008. He was in the LA Animal Shelter for 3 months and on the list to be put down when we rescued him. He had a rough past and was very

We Quit Our Jobs to Travel – We’re Officially On the Road!

One day, Kait came up with this idea to quit our jobs, sell our house and travel around the U.S. with our dogs. We both needed a break from corporate life and wanted more time with each other and our two dogs, Duke and Leo. Over a year

We’re Shopping for a RV – Fleetwood Southwind Review

We are actively shop for a new (or used) RV which will be a big part of the next step in our lives – more to come on that in the next couple weeks. We were looking at the larger (38-45′) diesel RVs until our friends spent a

Dog Harness Review – Help ‘Em Up vs Ruffwear Web Master

This dog harness review will cover two of the most popular harnesses on the market: Help ‘Em Up Harness and Ruffwear Web Master Harness. Dog Harness Review Table of Contents About Duke and Why He Needs a Dog Harness Dog Harness Video Review Help

6 Essential Items to Pack for Costa Rica

Costa Rica is an amazing place to visit, however given the remote locations of some destinations, climate and culture, packing these 6 items could make your vacation much more enjoyable. What to Pack for Costa Rica 1. Headlamps If you spend any time away

Two Must Have Free Apps When Traveling to Paris

One of the hardest things when visiting a city is finding your way around. At home we can simply use Google maps on our phone to locate our position, map out a course and even get public transportation options. On our last trip to Paris,

5 Tips for Renting a Car in Costa Rica

Headed to Costa Rica? Congrats! You are in for an adventure. If you’re considering a rental car, check out these 5 tips on renting a car in Costa Rica. These tips will help you find the right car and hopefully avoid companies with questionable