Life on the road can be tough. Finding essentials like places to sleep for the night, dump stations, propane, gas that doesn’t cost a fortune. It can all be really stressful. Along the way, I have developed an arsenal of apps & websites that have helped us limit the stress and efficiently find all of
Boondocking is such a strange word. When I first heard “Boondocking” in my research about RV life I was very confused. How the heck do you dry camp in the desert or when it’s cold? Not to mention have the resources to work. The questions started flooding in: Would we be able take showers? What
When making the transition to full time living in an RV, we found that there are so many paths people take, each for their own reason. At the start of this journey, we had no idea what was in store. All we knew was that the time to do something was now & we wanted
So you are in the market for an RV?! EXCITING. Now comes the hard part. Which one? There are seriously so many options out there. When we made the decision to jump into full time RV living, we moved pretty quickly and didn’t leave much time before we purchased our new home on wheels. Micah
Angels Landing; known previously as the Temple of Aeolus, is a 1,488-foot tall rock formation in Zion National Park in southwestern Utah in the United States. A trail cut into solid rock in 1926 leads to the top of Angels Landing and provides views of Zion Canyon. With 5.4 total miles round trip & 1500
We LOVE Sedona. We went on vacation there a few years ago and have been wanting to go back ever since. The vacation town vibe, amazing scenery and awesome people really make it a great place. See how we spent our time in the area! Hike Devils Bridge One of the most popular hikes in
The Grand Canyon has been on my bucket list for awhile. As a kid, we didn’t do much National Park visiting, in fact we did not visit a single national park, so I was excited to experience my first experience in one of the largest. Why not kick off the tour with the most iconic
Spending 50+ hours on the road per months has left us with a lot of time to kill. See how we pass the hours and learn a few things along the way!
New Orleans is such a unique city with so many nooks and crannies to find. The old age and charm of the city could have me taking pictures of doorways and porches on every block! I did try, but Micah didn’t get it and kept saying that there will be better doors. He was right.