Six Years in a Camper: The Good, The Bad, The Awesome
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Six Years in a Camper: The Good, The Bad, The Awesome

On April 13th 2017, we took the big leap to buy an RV and start a cross-continent road trip. 102,368 miles through all 50 states, 6 Canadian provinces and 2 Mexican states later, we can say it’s been an absolutely life-changing experience. We’ve hiked glaciers, scuba dived a barrier reef, roamed with buffalo, climbed in…

RVing for Adventurers: Our Best RV Tips for an Epic Road Trip
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RVing for Adventurers: Our Best RV Tips for an Epic Road Trip

We’ve always known that a house on wheels is one of the best ways to travel…but it took a pandemic to make us realize it is also one of the safest ways. Just as virtually every style of travel came to a halt in the Spring of 2020, we were campervanning 3,000 miles around Poland…

Wisconsin Road Trip: Celebrating Our 50th State!
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Wisconsin Road Trip: Celebrating Our 50th State!

After 3.5 years and 74,000 miles of road tripping around North America, we’ve reached our 50th State! We started this grand USA road trip in April 2017, ventured everywhere from the Arctic Circle to the Florida Keys, and have finally made it to the Great Lakes state of Wisconsin! With Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, and…

Campervanning Poland in a Pandemic & A New Hope for Travel
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Campervanning Poland in a Pandemic & A New Hope for Travel

We were about to board our plane to Europe, when the travel conference we were going to attend got canceled due to COVID-19. While this gave us pause, it was March 3rd and no one knew the speed and ferocity of the pandemic heading to every corner of the globe. Flights were running on time…

Buying an RV: Our Experience & Lessons Learned
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Buying an RV: Our Experience & Lessons Learned

Ever since we rented a campervan in New Zealand in 2013, we knew that someday we would have one of our own. The freedom to explore in any direction, find a beautiful place, and call it home…to have the comforts of our own bed, closet, and kitchen and still get to travel every day…this was…

Eastbound on the Northwest of the South Island
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Eastbound on the Northwest of the South Island

The road snakes around the northwest coast, heading from one jaw-dropping National Park to the next in New Zealand’s South Island. Rich with gold and coal, the area drew fearless miners through the mountains to these shore in the late 1800s. The miners have long since left and seals, albatrosses, and parakeets seem in greater…