7 Things to Remember About RVing With Pets

When first thinking about RVing full time, we were really concerned about how it would work with our dogs.Would it be okay to leave them in the RV when we went places they couldn’t go? What if they barked the whole time? What if there was a fire or the electricity went out causing the […]

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Top 10 Things to Know About RVing in Canada

There’s always questions by visitors to Canada regarding the banking system, border crossing concerns, gun laws, medical insurances, types of groceries available, languages spoken, safety and a hundred other topics. Let’s concentrate on the Top 10 things about RVing in Canada to ensure your visit is memorable, comfortable and hassle free.Canada and the United States […]

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Baja Amigos Guides RVing Snowbirds to Mexico

It is hard to believe it has been more than 30 years since we left for Mexico in a 1977 Ford E250 in the fall of 1985, uncertain what lay ahead or exactly where we were going.Major elements to our original plans had already changed by the time we left the Vancouver lower mainland in […]

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20 RV Driving Tips From Experienced RVers

Driving an RV for the first time can be quite intimidating, rest assured you’ll catch on fast with these RV driving tips from experienced RVers.Most RVs aren’t particularly difficult to drive these days, and is one of the reasons why they’re becoming more and more popular. However, the potential for something to go wrong remains […]

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4 Ways to Stay Cool In Your RV

This winter season has witnessed many record-high temperatures all over the country. Most RVers haven’t complained one bit about the abnormally warm weather, but if this trend continues, there is no telling how unbearably hot this spring/summer is going to turn out to be.Scorching heat doesn’t make for a fun camping trip, as it can […]

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Campground Etiquette — 20 Things You Should NOT Do

A few weeks ago, I posted something on Facebook asking people to provide examples of horrible campground etiquette — those obnoxious actions of others that take the fun out of RVing.I was blown away by the response. There were close to 1,000 comments posted to the threads. Apparently, I had struck a nerve.So, in the […]

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Wandering Individuals Network — Single, Active Travelers

RVing is a fun family activity and millions of families and couples take part in it each year. But, what about singles? Can they enjoy the RVing lifestyle without having to live like monks in seclusion?There are a number of organizations that cater to singles, including:Sisters on the FlyLoners on WheelsRVing WomenSingles InternationalWandering Individuals NetworkFor […]

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Campfires Are For Swapping Stories And RV Tips

This week taught me another lesson about the value of hanging out with experienced RVers. Although I have been traveling full-time in my motorhome for more than two years, I certainly don’t know all the tips and tricks to making the journey successful. Not even close.I was visiting very scenic Hollister, Calif., to get work […]

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Fulltime Families Offers Support to Parents, Kids

Do you belong to an RVing family? Perhaps you dream of one day owning a RV and traveling the states with your family. Wherever may be your endeavor, you should never feel alone. Chances are there are groups of other people in the same situation.I recently had the pleasure of attending a Fulltime Families rally […]

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