If you know us, you know we LOVE to EAT!
Traveling and eating just go well together. In fact that’s a large part of why we can’t get enough of new places. We’re addicted to experiencing bizarre foods, nostalgic tastes and regional curiosities . However, did you know we enjoy cooking at home too? Our home being the small motorhome kitchen we travel with as well as the kitchen’s of our friends and families.
Continue reading Our Travel Cooking Interview & The Backpacker Chef Cookbook
Damn skippy we made it.
From our wild ride on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway in New York, down the mountainous Blue Ridge Parkway, across tornado alley, and over the Hoover dam– we soaked up, survived and surrendered over 4,000 miles together on this cross country road trip.
Lubricating this road trip was our deluxe accommodations; our new vintage 1978 Bluebird Wanderlodge bus with our Honda Civic in tow. Making the journey spectacular was our visitors and visits along the way. We arranged sleep overs, and play dates, hitchhikers, new acquaintances, and reunions. Now, we hang out a bit longer, pack our cupboard with unnecessary amounts of spoils for sharing, and even take mini road trips (on top of our main road trip), in the car to expand our local reach – it’s freakin’ awesome.
Continue reading Chapter CY2: Our First Cross Country Vintage Bus Road Trip
Not typical but, not that crazy either.
People of all ages find it a bit wild that a “young couple” – in our 30’s, are out full time RVing. However, we have found that this life is quite comfortable, rewarding and YES even at our age, totally possible! We know this because since we hit the road in 2010, we have met many others both online and in person doing exactly what we are. Enjoying life, however we each define it.
In February 2013, Kristen Mitchell of RV West Magazine wanted to know more about us, how we do it and a bit about what drives us. Frankly, we’re flattered. Thank you Kristen for the interview.
Continue reading RV West Magazine Interview & What It Is That Drives Us
Tips For Surviving The Winter In Your RV
If the thought of spending the winter in your RV scares you, we’re not about to change your mind here. The fact is, despite your best efforts, some of you will find yourself faced with wintering in your RV sooner or later. You may have landed here, mid-freeze while looking for a way to de-ice your sewer tank, save on antifreeze, or simply warm your winter woes with a fellow RVer’s story of not so glorious poopcicles. Welcome!
So, we’ve gathered our list of needed preparations, recounted our total fails, and shared our tips and lessons learned while facing the winter in our RV.
Continue reading 300 lbs of Propane, A Poopcicle & Tips For Surviving The Winter In Your RV
We left Rhode Island late in November, bound for sunny Florida. Our plan included about five quick stops, between the impending cold of the Northeast and warm air of Florida. Our first destination, New York City. The drive into NYC was gnarly, yet once we landed, the insanity, the spirit, and possibly our love for pizza, bamboozled our almost a year in the making, winter plans.
Continue reading The Clarity Of Guinness & Wintering In The Northeast