Applachian Trail Hiking with kids

Its been awhile since we posted. After leaving fulltimr RV life for a more stable day to day, we have found ourselves traveling about our new home state to explore. Part of our exploring has lead us to many hikes through the Blueridge mountains and Appalachian trails. Our 3 girls are older now. Our oldestContinue reading “Applachian Trail Hiking with kids”

Congaree National Park, South Carolina & Poinsett State Park

Driving / RVing: Beware of the roads and large rig navigation in central South Carolina. Case in point, our experience about 15 miles away from our camping destination of Poinsett State Park. We were using google maps (I neither use it or iphone maps any longer) to navigate our final few turns toward the park.Continue reading “Congaree National Park, South Carolina & Poinsett State Park”

Fifth Wheel and Travel Trailer Walk Through Checklist

Doing your final walk-through before driving your fifth wheel or travel trailer off the dealer parking lot is a big endeavor. There are lots of things we wish we had learned about and questions we should have asked before leaving camping world. Here are some of our top suggestions. 1. Hitching and Unhitching: sounds self-explanatory.Continue reading “Fifth Wheel and Travel Trailer Walk Through Checklist”

RV Newbie – Must-Have Items to NOT Leave Home Without

Buying a new (or new to you) RV for the first time can be both exciting and stressful. Which brand and floorplan? How do I dump, use propane, turn the lights on?! Once you figure out which one works best for you, it is time to decide what you really must or cannot go withoutContinue reading “RV Newbie – Must-Have Items to NOT Leave Home Without”

Mammoth Cave or Carlsbad Caverns

If I had to pick between Carlabad caverns and mammoth cave …hands down I’d return to Carlsbad caverns. But mammoth…it scares the hell out of me. This is the kind of cave people get lost in. Stuck in. It’s long and deep and tight. Nothing like the grand huge room that Carlsbad is. Mammoth makesContinue reading “Mammoth Cave or Carlsbad Caverns”