It never fails, whenever hubby James and I meet people familiar with our website on the road, they ask us about our favorite RV recipes. It makes sense. Our website’s devoted to healthy RVing, so checking into our own personal eating is a natural curiosity. While we eat healthfully and smartly on the road, don’t think we’re hard-core nutrition extremists who’ll tell you to never look at sugar again. No sir (or ma’am), that’s not how we roll. Life and RVing should be awesome!



Luckily, when it comes to our favorite RV snacks, James and I don’t veer off the healthy bandwagon one bit. One of our most-favorite, never-leave-home-without-it snacks on the road is popcorn.



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According to locals this has been an unusual Colorado fall. Warmer temperatures stayed through late October and the leaves hung around a bit longer on the trees. One woman even told me she can’t remember the last time she wore shorts in October. We soaked in all the sunshine and color as we explored southern Colorado.



Up in the mountains, not too far from Salida, is a gorgeous campground nestled among the mountains and along the Arkansas River called Helca Junction. It’s a primitive campground without amenities but who needs amenities when you got gorgeous views and your own bed, kitchen, and bathroom, in the RV. 😉

The Arkansas River Headwaters Recreation area is one of the most popular white water rafting and kayaking locations in the United States. The season appeared to be over for water sport but we still dipped our toes in….BRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!


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The thought of packing up your entire life and traveling to a foreign country can be intimidating. Planning to purchase an RV and spend most of your time there for the next few months while touring a foreign country can seem even more daunting, but it doesn’t have to be! As RVers from Australia who did just that, we share some of our tips and tricks so you have everything you need for the road ahead.



1. Plan your trip in advance

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. It is much better to be prepared than to be stuck somewhere for lack of preparation. RVing in your country of origin is probably going to be completely different than RVing in the States. We did extensive homework online and found a lot of things were different about RVing here compared to in Australia. First of all, the roads are very different. The interstate road network in the States makes it easy to travel to a variety of locations including mountains, lakes, beaches, etc., no matter the size of your RV. In Australia, smaller travel trailers are much more popular, especially for remote Outback locations that are only accessible via 4×4. There are also lots of gravel roads that are not RV friendly, and the red dust that swarms up when you drive over them gets everywhere inside the RV!  You will want to know if the roads and routes you’re taking are accessible for RVers. You’ll also need to plan where you are you going to stay and how much money you plan to spend there.


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When traveling in an RV, it can be tempting to linger after setting up camp. However, you will be far happier to venture out and see what the road ahead has to offer. Our New England trip was full of rainy days, so we were more than happy to get out of our campground and explore once we finally caught some sunshine. The amazing thing about seeing New England in an RV is that you can see so much and still make it back to camp in time for dinner. Another thing I love about New England is that you will find something historic everywhere you turn. If you are the co-pilot, be sure to keep an eye out for historic landmarks. There is history all around you!


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Eric and Danielle from Shore Looks Nice were happy to find a flowing river close by the campsite.



Kayaking was a fun activity that even Bailey the Pomeranian could enjoy on this beautiful day.


Another destination, another adventure. Eric, Danielle and Bailey explore the natural splendor of Arizona’s Horse Shoe Bend.



During what turns out to be another day of great weather, they stretch their legs and take in the spectacular views.


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