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Parks & Rec(reational Drinking): Henrys Lake, Yellowstone, and Missoula

When we made the decision to head out of Austin, it was with two main goals in mind: 1) to escape the Texas heat; and 2) to go somewhere with great hiking trails.

Road Trip! Texas to Idaho

When I started looking at how to route us from Texas up to our summer spots in Idaho and Montana, I broke some of our rules right off the bat. Others, we broke along the way when we realized our plans needed adjusting. Either way, a lot of rules were broken.

The In-Between

I can't remember anything. Ever. At all. Big things, little things, conversations, names, faces, events... all of it disappears quickly. Through the years, I've just relied on various tricks to help me get through life, which brings me to my cell phone.

Dear People of Instagram: WTF????

Recently, as I was scrolling through Instagram, I checked out the hashtag "RVLiving." Also, recently, I asked Kevin whether he thought I'd be able to start a website called www.quityourbullshit.com These two facts are not unrelated.

Full-Time RV Travel: The Stuff That Wears You Down

While we have loved living and traveling in our motorhome, full-time RV travel is not without its challenges. These are the things that, after 3.5 years on the road, are wearing us down and which, if you travel the way we do, might wear you down, too.

The Flight 93 Memorial

The Flight 93 Memorial, located in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, is a beautiful, painful, and jarring tribute to the victims of the September 11 attacks.

Our 2018 Camping Statistics and Costs

If you spend any time on RV related internet forums, you'll see a handful of questions that come up over and over and over, chief among them: 'how much does it cost to live and travel in an RV fulltime?'

Thoughts, Observations, and Musings from Two Years on the Road

In no particular order, 100 thoughts from two years on the road

Moses & Me

I think I know how Moses felt.

Bryce Canyon National Park

You know how people like to say a place "took their breath away"? Well, apparently, that's a real thing. Indeed, it's what happened to us each and every time we walked up to the canyon rim and looked over the edge.