TRAVEL

One of the best things about the RV life is you get to travel as far and wide as you like and take your home with you. Go where you want, go when you want and stay as long as you want. You can explore more like a local instead of playing tourist to truly get a feel for the uniqueness of each place that you visit. In our first 3.5 years on the road, we had visited all 50 USA states, while still working full time! We’ve walked across the Mexican border for dental work and driven up into multiple Canadian provinces. We’ve left the RV behind to take a couple of trips down under to Australia. As an RVer, you are location independent, so your opportunities for travel are virtually unlimited. We’ve come to realize just how much there is to love about so many places – and you know the best thing of all? We don’t need to settle for just one – we can enjoy them all whenever we choose. Below you’ll find travel tales, experiences and places that may call you too.

17 Inspiring National Parks You Must Visit

As the National Park Service just celebrated it’s 100th birthday in August so we took a moment to reflect on all of the amazing national parks we’ve been lucky enough to experience so far. In our 26 months on the road, we’ve visited 17 of the 59 parks, we plan to visit another 8 by the end of 2016. That will take

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Australian Adventure: Work & Travel Down Under

One of the biggest advantages of creating a mobile lifestyle with the ability to live and work from anywhere is that it opens up the potential (and desire) for even more travel and freedom. As long as we have decent WIFI, we can work from almost anywhere in the world. So this month, we are going location independent in Australia!

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Australian Words & American Translations

Ever wanted to know how to speak – or at least, understand – the Australian language? By popular request, here’s the list of Aussie words and the American translations that were featured in our recent video. These are just a handful of more than a thousand words than are commonly used down under – they are

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Exploring Niagara Falls Part 1: USA Side

En route from Ohio to Maine, we spent 2 nights at Niagara Falls, staying up at the lovely Branches of Niagara campground on Grand Island, NY. Marc took the Friday off and we spent the day exploring the Falls, packing so much into our day/night that we created 2 blog posts plus videos, to showcase the experience from both the USA and Canada sides.

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Chicago by Bike, Ferris Wheel and River Boat!

With our RV and MINI – Rocky and Juice – safely situated at McCormick Place, it was time to get out and discover for ourselves why so many people make the claim “Oh, Chicago is my favorite city!” To avoid traffic, hassle and additional parking fees for the MINI, we opted to explore the city by bicycle, as

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Tips for driving & staying in Chicago with an RV

As you might imagine, navigating a big city with an RV + tow vehicle is not for the faint of heart! With heavy traffic, impatient and aggressive drivers, numerous low bridges and tunnels, grid-locked lanes snaking the freeway (a misnomer as they’re anything but free) and the lack of campgrounds, it’s not exactly an enticing destination for RVers…

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THINKING ABOUT HITTING THE ROAD IN AN RV?

There’s never been a better time to get ready to hit the road in an RV and explore – SAFELY! As full-time RVers who have traveled to all 50 USA states over the past 6 years, and authors of the bestselling book Living the RV Life – Your Ultimate Guide to Life on the Road, we are here to show you the way. 

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