How will my kids make friends on the road? Socialization is usually the first question raised by those who are unfamiliar with homeschooling and traveling with children. But among families who have traveled or homeschooled, it is generally not considered … Continue reading Finding Friends on the Road
Living in an RV fulltime allows you to see the world and experience true freedom—but it’s not free. Find out how much cash you need to be a full-time RVer. By Debbie Wolfe LARISABLINOVA/GETTY IMAGES Living in an RV may … Continue reading How Much Does it Really Cost to Live in a RV?
As valuable as the internet can be in our lives, it can also be a dangerous place. The good news is that you don’t have to struggle with all the commonplace threats that might come about in the online world … Continue reading Online Safety Tips for Kids & Parents
The effects of global warming are becoming increasingly noticeable, and carbon emissions are having a hugely damaging effect on our planet. In response to this, more and more families are looking for ways to lower their carbon footprint by making their … Continue reading 3 Tips To Make Your Family Home Eco-Friendly
DENVER, Colorado, Jan. 13, 2020 — It’s the middle of winter in Colorado, a time when blizzards alternate with spectacularly sunny skies. But even now, as temperatures plummet and the snow gets deeper and deeper, many of Colorado’s campgrounds and glamping resorts continue to operate, … Continue reading TAKE HEART, WINTER RECREATION ENTHUSIASTS, MANY OF COLORADO’S CAMPGROUNDS STAY OPEN IN WINTER!
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 … Continue reading HOMESCHOOLING TAKES TO THE ROAD AND RISES IN POPULARITY WITH RV FAMILIES
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 … Continue reading The Lone Scout program offers a path to Eagle for boys who travel full-time
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 … Continue reading Healthy Eating Recommendations for Families on the Road
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 … Continue reading RV waste tanks survival
Now that winter is in high gear, full time winter campers and RVers are likely noticing an increase in their propane usage. After all, you have to keep your rig warm, and the built-in furnace seems to be the most … Continue reading 6 Ways to Save Propane in Your RV This Winter