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12 Tips to Survive RV Living Whether You’re in a Van or a Large Motorhome

Living in an RV or any small space can have its challenges. The first year of full time RV life flew by in the blink of an eye. As we celebrate our three years of RVing, I want to share some tips that helped

Video Equipment for YouTube – Gear to Make Great Videos With a Phone

In this post we share our video equipment for YouTube and walk-through how we make videos. To give you some background information, we launched our YouTube channel in 2014. Since then, we have published 300+ videos that have gotten more than 16 million views. The

18 Must Have Tools For Your RV Tool Kit – Are You Carrying These Tools?

“What tools do you carry in the RV?” I get asked this question all the time. With limited space and carrying capacity, it can be a challenge to figure out which tools you need in your RV tool kit. I have been RVing since 2015

RV Shows 2018 – U.S. and Canada Shows in Chronological Order

Each year, recreational vehicle associations and RV dealers put on RV shows throughout the United States and Canada. The largest consumer RV Shows 2018 will take place in Tampa, Florida in January, Hershey, Pennsylvania in September and Pomona, California in October. At these shows

Things to Do in Milwaukee – Brew City History, Food, Tours & More

Milwaukee is one of the best places to visit in the U.S. If you’re looking for a great city to spend a vacation, add Brew City to your list. Watch our travel guide below or keep reading for a list of fun things to

Small Travel Trailers Under 3,500 lbs – From Teardrop Campers to Fiberglass Trailers

In our journey to downsize, we looked at quite a few small travel trailers. The number one requirement was the camper had to be lightweight. Specifically, we were looking for travels trailers under 3,500 pounds. Between all the research, visiting dealers and attending RV shows, we

Class B RVs – Complete List of Class B RV Manufacturers

During our search for the perfect camper van, we discovered many Class B RV manufacturers in the United States and Canada. Some of these companies make custom camper vans, others make standard Class B RVs found at RV dealerships. One thing we know for sure is

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Air Show – Warbirds, Experimental Aircraft & More

Every year aviation enthusiasts gather in Oshkosh, Wisconsin for one of the largest air shows in the world. The EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Air Show is a one week long event complete with workshops, seminars, daily air shows and my favorite, warbirds. The video below highlights

Overnight Parking at Truck Stops – Flying J, Pilot, Love’s and More

Did you know there’s free overnight parking at truck stops throughout the United States? The Flying J, Pilot and Love’s are some of the truck stops that offer designated overnight parking for big rigs, RVs and cars. Overnight Parking at Truck Stops Since we

One Week in Nova Scotia Canada – Cabot Trail, Halifax, Peggy’s Cove, Lunenberg

Nova Scotia or “New Scotland”, is one of three provinces that make up The Canadian Maritimes. This popular summer vacation destination draws in visitors from all around the world. There is so much to do, see and eat in the province, you could easily