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Becoming Texans – Choosing a Domicile for Full Time RVing

In all of our research about full time RVing, one recurring topic is choosing a domicile state. While some RVers choose to keep their domicile state, others will pick a new domicile state. We chose Texas as our domicile state and in this post

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

Campervan Hawaii – Glamping Around Maui in a Rental Camper Van

Aloha! Are you ready to experience a different kind of Maui vacation? With so much to do and see on Maui, renting a camper van is one of the best ways to explore the island. The team at Campervan Hawaii has a fleet of

Red Rock Canyon – Camping Near Las Vegas, Nevada

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is a peaceful oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas strip. For anyone looking for nature camping near Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon Campground is a great option. After countless visits to Sin City,

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

Things to Do in Tucson Arizona – Artisan Bread, Hiking, Museums and More

During our first visit to Tucson, the locals told us “when the hills are pink, it’s time for a drink.” Thanks to the beautiful sunsets in Tucson, the hills are always pink in the evening. Whether you’re looking for a cold beer or hot

Things to Do in New Orleans – Best Happy Hours, Sandwiches, Top Attractions & More

Music and food are two words that immediately come to mind at the mention of New Orleans. The French and Spanish traditions combined with Caribbean influences make the city one of the most unique places to visit in the United States. From the Garden

Full Time RVing + Van Life at Tampa RV Show in Florida

The Tampa RV Show is a special event for us because it’s the first RV show we attended after hitting the road full time in 2015. Tampa RV Show – Largest RV Show in Florida In 2016, we arrived at the fairgrounds in our

Boondocking at Cracker Barrel – Free Overnight RV Parking

Imagine you’re driving down the interstate, hungry, tired and ready to call it a night. Instead of pulling into a campground, you’re looking for a spot to boondock for the night in your RV. One overnight RV parking options is at Cracker Barrel. Keep

Things to Do in Gainesville – Craft Beer, Sinkhole, Artisan Bread & Butterflies

Located in North Central Florida, Gainesville resides in beautiful Alachua County and is the proud home of the University of Florida. There is so much to do and see in the vibrant college city from getting lost in nature at the bottom of a