Category: Life on the Road

HOMESCHOOLING TAKES TO THE ROAD AND RISES IN POPULARITY WITH RV FAMILIES

The number of parents opting to join the full-time RV lifestyle with their children share one common concern: what about school? The first thing to keep in mind is, “Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life,” as said by Charlotte Mason, The Parent’s…

The Lone Scout program offers a path to Eagle for boys who travel full-time

Participating in the Scouting Program while growing up was always a lot of fun. My experience as a Cub Scout, then Boy Scout and eventually an Assistant Scout Master provided opportunities to learn life long skills that are practical even today. Learning about backpacking,…

Healthy Eating Recommendations for Families on the Road

Trying to create Gluten-Free meals while traveling? Although it’s tough to keep fresh veggies and fruits around with RV size fridges, you can be creative. Buy grapes and strip them off their stems and put them in small reusable containers Get the mini (or…

RV waste tanks survival

Ready to pack up the RV and go camping with the family. Taking that long needed week off to get out of town, enjoy some peace and quiet, and smell that clean fresh air. But wait. What is that foul awful smell? Everyone has…

Road Trip Gifts: For Those Who Love the Open Road

Committing to a road trip — cross-country or just zig-zagging your way across a map for a couple of days — is a unique beast as far as traveling ventures go. It’s not like sitting on a plane for a few hours or riding…

Walmart Overnight Stays

It’s happened to anyone who’s spent much time travelling by RV. You set your first-day sights on a distant stopping point, then realize how much there is to see along the way. A festival here, a roadside diner there, and the day is gone,…

BoonDocking

Dry Camping or boondocking as it is sometimes referred to is RV camping without a Full Hook up (no electricity, water or sewer).  Over the years we have had the opportunity to boondock in many locations.  BLM lands, Walmart parking lots, National Forests and…

Walmart Overnight Stays

It’s happened to anyone who’s spent much time travelling by RV. You set your first-day sights on a distant stopping point, then realize how much there is to see along the way. A National Park here, a roadside diner there, and the day is…

Voter Registration on the Road

Just because you decide to live full-time on the road, doesn’t mean you lose your right to vote.  This is one of our greatest civic duties and the U.S Election Assistance Commission (EAC) makes it easy for us. The National Mail Voter Registration Form…

Your guide to travel insurance ahead of your next trip

How to check coverage on your credit cards and assess if you need to buy a policy Travel insurance has your back when the unexpected happens. Consider what you would do – and how much money you could lose – if any of these…

Pets on the Road

What about pets? Can my daughter keep her goldfish when we go on the road? Some families recommend no pets because they are extra trouble and there are extra expenses for food, cat litter, shots, etc. Pets do limit your daily activities as you…

Mom’s talk about Life on the Road

First of all what is everyone’s reason for the RVing lifestyle? Carla: We wanted to take our kids on an American History trip. Carolyn: We started considering the “fulltime” lifestyle many years ago (ultimately want to convert a coach/bus) — but hadn’t figured out…

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