31Aug/18

California Coast – 5 Interesting Facts

California Coast – 5 Interesting Facts The California Coastal National Monument is located along the entire coastline of California. From San Francisco Bay to San Diego you’ll see Whales, Dolphins, Sea Lions, and various other sea life. Sandy beaches and rugged coastline make for a beautiful trip up or down the coast. Driving along the coast provides a near unlimited amount of picturesque views. The California Coast National Monument ensure the protection of all islets, reefs and rock outcroppingsRead More…

28Aug/18

Campground Review: La Conner RV Resort, Thousand Trails

“Rustic and Secluded Campground!” La Conner RV Resort We enjoyed our stay at La Conner RV Resort, Thousand Trails the last week of June 2018. This Thousand Trails park has less than 10% full hookup sites but a really nice dump station at the entrance/exit. La Conner RV Resort, Thousand Trails Entering and exiting this park is easy due to the large driveway entrance. We had no issues moving around the park or parking ourRead More…

24Aug/18

Everyone was a RVing Newbie at One Time

We Have All Been There… Everyone was an RVing newbie at one time and we are all still learning new things every day. Here are our top 10 helpful tips and tricks to make your RV life a little less stressful! We have been LOVING this lifestyle and happily RVing, full-time, for almost a year and a half; these are just some of the things we have learned along the way. Our Top 10 Helpful Tips for RV Living 1.Read More…

17Aug/18

Redwoods National Park – 5 Interesting Facts

Redwoods National Park – 5 Interesting Facts 1. Redwood National Park and State Parks are where you will find the tallest trees over 350 feet tall and the largest area of redwoods.  2. The Redwood trees are taller and their trunks thinner than their relatives, the giant sequoias in the southern Sierra Nevada Mountains, which are the biggest living things in the world by volume. 3. The oldest coastal redwood is 2,520 years old. 4. After much controversy and compromiseRead More…

16Aug/18

Campground Review: Vasa Park Resort, Washington

“Camping in the middle of suburbia next to a beautiful lake!” Vasa Park Resort We really enjoyed our stay at Vasa Park Resort and the park managers were super friendly and helpful. We had more than one long conversation about the local area and the park itself. They even gave us specific park and ride directions, along with a detailed map, so we could take public transportation into Seattle and avoid a parking nightmare. ManagementRead More…

14Aug/18

Are Your RV Batteries Dying Prematurely?

Are Your RV Batteries Dying Prematurely? Are your RV batteries dying prematurely? Battery maintenance is crucial to ensure long life out of your expensive RV batteries. In this blog post, we’ll be talking specifically about Flooded Lead-Acid batteries, the type most RVs come with today. Believe it or not Flooded Lead-Acid batteries require a certain level of attention to live up to their fullest potential. Its best to perform these maintenance checks at least monthly,Read More…

06Aug/18

Campground Review: L.L. Stub Stewart State Park, OR

“Beautiful Oregon State Park and Spacious Campground!” LL Stub Stewart State Park Our visit to L.L. Stub Stewart State Park the first of June 2018. A well laid out park with a typical Oregon wooded environment. There is a large fenced dog run at the day use area. We are always glad to see a fenced dog run for our Dane Maggie. Awesome Trails One thing we enjoyed the most were the hiking trails through theRead More…

31Jul/18

15 Questions We Get Asked About Living in Our RV Full-Time

Paradise RV Campground -Thousand Trails, Washington. Tucked in the pines near Mt. Rainier Questions We Get Asked About Living in Our RV Full-Time. We have been full-time RVers since March of 2017. The questions we get asked about living in our RV full-time are sometimes surprising but most are honest questions about why we chose to live this lifestyle. It’s not the typical American Dream… We don’t mind answering the questions we get asked aboutRead More…

30Jul/18
RV SnapPad Review

RV SnapPads World’s Only Permanent Jack Pad Product Review

  RV SnapPads World’s Only Permanent Jack Pad Product Review We’ve been living full-time in our 5th wheel for about 15 months; prior to that, like most people, we simply camped whenever and wherever we could. At that time we had a small travel trailer that was light and pretty simple to set up. Leveling the travel trailer meant pulling it up on a couple of boards or the more common stackable plastic Lego typeRead More…

27Jul/18

Oregon Sand Dunes! 40 Miles of Fun for Everyone!

Oregon Sand Dunes! 40 miles of Fun for Everyone! The Oregon Dunes; wind-sculpted sand dunes which tower 500 feet above sea level, therefore, providing numerous recreational opportunities. Opportunities include sand boarding, all-terrain vehicles, and horses. Vacant Pacific Ocean beaches and family fun are enjoyed at this Northwest location. Because the Oregon dunes stretch 40 miles along the Oregon coastline they provide year-round outdoor fun! From Heceta Head, north of Florence, to Cape Arago, just south of CoosRead More…