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Camping in South Lake Tahoe – Tahoe Valley Campground

Famous for its incredible cobalt blue color, Lake Tahoe is the second deepest in the U.S. at 1,645 ft. Take a drive around the lake and you’ll see why Lake Tahoe is a popular vacation destination. The first time we visited the area, we

Travel Around the World in an Overland Vehicle by EarthCruiser

Ever since we transitioned to a nomadic lifestyle, we have been fascinated by the idea of traveling around the world in a 4×4 expedition vehicle. While visiting Bend, Oregon, we scheduled an appointment at EarthCruiser to learn more about their overland vehicles. In this post,

2019 California RV Show – New Location and Things to Know Before You Go

10 days, 40+ Manufacturers, and over 1,300 RVs all in one place. The California RV Show is one of the largest and longest RV Shows in the U.S. Attending an RV show of this size is a great way to see a huge selection

Mono Lake Camping – Free Dispersed Camping Near Lee Vining California

Mono Lake camping near Lee Vining is a great way to enjoy the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains. Whether you’re traveling through on Highway 395 or planning a trip to Yosemite National Park, you should plan to spend at least one night dispersed camping near

Build Your Dream Class B RV with Sportsmobile Custom Camper Vans

Sportsmobile is one of the well known and established Class B RV manufacturers in the U.S. For anyone seriously shopping for a Class B camper, it’s worth checking out their custom camper vans at an RV Show or taking a factory tour. Van chassis

Storyteller Overland Mode 4×4 Adventure Van Tour & Specs

Storyteller Overland is an adventure van manufacturer based in Birmingham, Alabama. They are building 4×4 camper van conversions on the Sprinter and Transit chassis with a power system that can keep you off-grid for days. We had the opportunity to test the Mode 4×4

Pros & Cons of Buying a New vs. Used RV – Why We Bought a New RV

Buying a new vs. used RV has to be one of the most debated questions in the RV community. In this post, I’m going to discuss the reasons we bought a new RV and share some of the pros and cons of buying a new

5 Day Yellowstone RV Trip Itinerary – The Best Way to Explore America’s 1st National Park

One of the best ways to see America’s first national park is in an RV. Joe and I spent four days exploring Yellowstone National Park in a Class B RV with Charley the yellow lab. In this post, I share our five day Yellowstone

Small Class C RVs Under 25 Feet – List of Small Class C RV Manufacturers

When we were shopping for our first motorhome, I remember saying to Kait “let’s go look at some Class C RVs.” She immediately responded with a firm “no” and that was the end of that discussion. When we look back on that moment, Kait

Seven Mile Parking – Camping Outside Arches National Park in Utah

Seven Mile Parking is a private parking area outside Arches National Park, where RVs, cars and off-road vehicles can park for the day or park overnight. If you’re looking for an alternative or back up overnight parking option around the area, Seven Mile Parking