We are all scared of the unknown. If you’re a virgin boondocker, boondocking IS the unknown. However, there is nothing to fear if you know what to expect. Get the inside scoop on what it’s really like. Boondocking isn’t really scary at all. Why pay for crowds, power, water, noise, and sub-par views when you can camp in the most beautiful places on earth for free?
Imagine a world where a piping-hot, delicious meal appears on your dinner table instantly whenever you want. Your loved ones coo in delight over the savory fall-off the bone ribs, ooey-gooey mac and cheese, and rich chocolatey dessert. Instant Pot provides you with just that.
My sewage was all over his hands. Yet the guy barely reacted. In fact, he didn’t react at all. He just calmly closed the valve and stood up. His words- directly from his mouth: “Oh now, that’s OK.” -Then, the most amazing line I have ever heard: I’ve had worse on my hands.” Excuse me, what?
You are probably wondering what it is like to live in an RV full-time as your only residence. You’re trying to find out if it’s right for you. This article should help you. But- I hate to tell you this, but I can’t totally answer that question for you.
Escapees provides a connection to other RVers and much more. They assist with mailing services, learning to RV and offer convergences and rallies to meet your fellow RVing nomads. There are many more benefits- just read on for more.
We absolutely cherish the National Parks and love the park passes that they offer. Seems that $80 for the rest of your life is still quite a reasonable deal.
Thousands of RVers hit the road with their pets to go camping every year. For many pets, this can be a stressful situation. You are putting them out of their element and into a moving vehicle, which they may not be used to. Other pets absolutely love the travel and adventure that they get out of it.
Driving your RV in wind is not the same as being stationary. This article covers safety being stationary in wind. It’s going to take almost a hurricane/tornado otherwise to tip you over. Regardless, when you are inside your rig in even mild gusts of even 40 mph, it can be awfully scary. Here’s what you need to know.
There are some must-have items you will need to have BEFORE your first outing. Never leave home without these essentials.
Littering, invading personal space, disturbing the peace and dusting people out. These are just SOME of the things that will make YOU the a**hole out there.