I love coffee. It doesn’t matter if I’m tent camping at Joshua Tree National Park or living out of a camper van on the coast of Oregon, I can always make a great cup of coffee. Since my love affair with coffee makes a
When our friend Amir told us we could use his passenger van and convert it into a camper van, I was beyond excited! Having lived out of a professionally converted camper van, I was ready to take on our own DIY camper van build.
What is a cassette toilet? How does a cassette toilet work? How do you dump a cassette toilet? These are some of the questions we get asked all the time about the cassette toilet system that we use for camper van life. We’ve been
Meet our first camper van, a Hymer Aktiv 2.0 on the Ram ProMaster chassis. This fully built out conversion van was our tiny home on wheels for nearly two years. In this post you’ll find: How we ended up in a Hymer Aktiv Full
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
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,
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
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
Thousand Trails Orlando is a huge campground near Walt Disney World with full hookup RV sites, tent sites and rental units. We have stayed at Thousand Trails Orlando twice, once in a Class A motorhome and most recently in a Class B camper van.
Get a taste of the American Frontier as you drive on winding pathways through the pine and cypress forest with wild turkeys, squirrels and deer roaming throughout. The sounds of birds singing, children playing, boat horns blowing, golf carts buzzing by and fireworks exploding all