You Don’t Have To Be A Modification Guru To Be A Happy Nomad
We like to travel, not spend our weekends at home improvement stores. Between the two of us, we own one hammer, two kinds of screwdrivers, and a ruler. So when we bought our 1988 Motorhome in 2009, we feared that we’d enter into our own D.I.Y. Bermuda triangle.
Guerrilla RVing & Sleeping on the Streets of New Orleans
Street Camping In Your Motorhome We street camp often in cities around the U.S. because it saves money and gives us up close parking to the places we want to go, see, and experience. So, if you’ve ever wondered about street camping in your Motorhome… here’s a sneak peak.
A Treacherous Road To Enchantment
Driving a motorhome up into the Gila National Forest and Gila Hot Springs is indeed treacherous. However, when your more adventurous self convinces your more practical self that the beauty awaiting you is worth drive… this is where you might end up.
RV Flat Tire Roadside Fall Out Plan
“Blampff… thud thud thud… “ As we drove through the tightly barricaded, construction muddled highway, our front tire split in two. With no place to pull over, we crammed into the off-ramp median. “This is bad!” I said as we came to an unsettling stop.
Last Year On Earth Guide
Livin’ Every Year Like It’s The Last Whether you’re stocking up on canned goods or choosing to abide by another datebook, the countdown to the last days of the Mayan calendar has begun. So we’ve put together a 2-part, “Last Year On Earth Guide” for surviving and living this year, like it’s the last.