Nomadas Hostel in Mérida, Mexico 

Our international traveling family of four, was looking for some inexpensive accommodations while attending the Project World School Summit in Merida.  Since we were not staying at the conference hotel “Los Aluxes” they recommended Nomadas Hostel just around the corner from them.  A quick search on Hostelworld and we were able to make our reservations…

RV Adventure: Live the Scandinavian Life!

RVs are often seen as symbols of freedom and youth. Wind in your hair, going where you want with the convenience of bringing your home everywhere you go, are precious experiences of a treasured lifestyle. Redecorating a small space can be stressful, but it doesn’t mean you can’t have the pleasure of transforming your little…

K-Z’s Connect TTs Enjoying Major Spring Show Success

Newly redesigned Connect travel trailers by K-Z are experiencing record sales at this spring’s shows, according to Brent Froman, K-Z product manager. Connect is a 96-inch-wide, aerodynamic laminated travel trailer, offering floor plans ranging from 22 to 33 feet in length. “Early show feedback from our dealers has been positive,” Froman explained, “with ‘brisk’ being…

Kayaking through Downtown on the Chicago River

This relaxing 2.5 hour kayak trip takes you through the picturesque urban chasm that is the Chicago River as it flows through downtown. Take in the sights and history along its beautifully landscaped riverside promenade and kaleidoscopic view of some of the greatest American architecture of the 20th and 21st centuries. During our excursion, we…

Joshua Tree National Park 

Most folks think of deserts as desolate places that are devoid of life. Joshua Tree National Park, nestled in the middle of Southern California, elegantly tears that notion asunder. In addition to the legendary Joshua trees, this place is rife with wildflowers, cacti, and critters of all sizes. While driving through the park, you’ll think…

Is the fulltime RV lifestyle right for you and your family?

​ A lot has been written about retirees who choose to spend their golden years as fulltime RVers. And with good reason – there are many such people traversing the highways and byways of North America. But what about younger men of pre-retirement age, with their wives – and even children – who take to the…

What Is The Best Truck To Pull A Fifth Wheel RV?

Most first-time RVers ask us this question. They want to know the brand of truck they can use to easily tow RVs without any problem.  Choosing the right truck to pull a Fifth Wheel RV can seem like a very challenging task, especially if you’re a first-time buyer. Sometimes, an internet search, will provide a…

A Guide to Fulltime Travel on the Road

by Sharee Collier Imagine roaming the country on your own schedule, taking in each new place and anticipating the next. Picture driving leisurely from town to town appreciating each one for their own scenic beauties. Well dream no more! Now is the time to take your dreams and make them your reality! Becoming a fulltimer…

How do you get Mail on the Road?

The U.S. Postal service can forward mail, but not on a regular basis. Once you leave your permanent residence you will need to find some sort of mail forwarding services. Some full-timers use a reliable relative willing to forward mail, but you still need some sort of address. There are however Mailbox Services such as…