TIPS FOR VISITING NATIONAL PARKS

 

From the tiny Hot Spring National Park (a mere 5550 acres) to the unbelievably massive Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve (13.2 million acres), our nation’s 61 national parks are a wonder of splendor just waiting for you to explore. An RV trip is the perfect way to see these treasures.

 

 

Peer deep into canyons, hike up mountain peaks, walk in the steps of history—whatever your passion, you can pursue it at a National Park Service (NPS) site. Since 1916, the NPS has been tasked with overseeing our public lands, which now include over 400 sites with a wide range of designations, including national parks, seashores, parkways, historic trails, and more.

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CHORIZO & SWEET POTATO HASH RECIPE

 

Breakfast while RVing should be easy, but sometimes it’s difficult. The problem is not because there is nothing to eat, but because there are way too many good options. So why not just make them into one skillet like my new Chorizo & Sweet Potato Hash?

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BEACH CAMPING 101: PREPARING FOR A VACATION IN PARADISE

Our very first RV trip was to the Outer Banks in North Carolina, and we have returned to those same beautiful beaches many times over the past 6 years. Beach camping is an annual tradition for our family. Even though we love hiking in the mountains and kayaking on lakes, there is something about sun, waves, and sand that relaxes and rejuvenates us more than anything else.

 


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I RV SO I CAN MEET LIKE-MINDED, OUT OF THE BOX THINKERS

 

According to Merriam Webster thinking outside of the box is ”to explore ideas that are creative and unusual and that are not limited or controlled by rules or tradition.” This is a HUGE reason why we RV.

Let’s be real anyone who RVs full time is totally an outside of the box thinker. Seriously who chooses to move into an RV and travel around with only the essentials?

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I RV TO LIVE DEBT FREE

 

Did you know that 63% of millennials that have bought a home to live the American Dream have regrets? 50% of Gen Xers and 35% of baby boomers feel the same way.

It’s no surprise that the biggest reason is the upkeep that comes with owning a home. Many are finding themselves in a financial strain barely able to afford mortgage, utilities, and maintenance.

When we decided to sell almost everything we owned, buy an RV, and live in it full time it was because we didn’t know where we wanted to settle, and we were also on a mission to live debt free.

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