We love family time, and though sometimes that means we have more mess than we'd like, we want to share our journey with you. Follow along as we share our favorite experiments and experiences as we try to make every moment count.
Though the days are long, the years are short.
We made this video at the two-year mark, but never published it for some reason. Without waiting any longer, here it is: Some Highlights from 2 Years of Full-Time Travel It's now been since we left our home behind in favor of the nomadic existence. We've had an incredible journey and it's not over yet.Read More
A not-so-definitive guide to RVing (for beginners) Tools You’ll need The following tools will be key to success in RVing, don't leave home without them. Lug Wrench Jack or Trailer-Aid Robertson driver Level 15ft Sewer Hose 30amp to 50amp Adapter Travel tips Plan your gas station stops. Loves, TA Travel Plaza, Pilot are ideal. If […]Read More
Cell Data Overview: The mobile internet resource center is a great place to start for understanding how all of this stuff works, but here's a quick rundown: Cell service varies depending on location, and population. If you're in a small place, with a lot of people…the cell service will be too bogged down to be […]Read More
In the spring of 2019, we decided to explore the south east of the united states. Honestly the southeast wasn't highest on our list because it's pretty close to home for us, so it always felt accessible. That said, taking this trip opened our eyes to a lot of territory we had never explored. This […]Read More
We bought a new rig. Or at least we ordered one. We went to the Tampa RV Super Show and after walking through every fifth wheel that had a mid bunk and rear living situation, we settled on a Heritage Glen 369BL. It's a 43ft fifth wheel. We're going from a travel trailer we specifically […]Read More
1. Connectivity is variable, you need your own data infrastructure. You can NEVER depend on RV Park WIFI. It’s occasionally good, mostly terrible, sometimes serviceable, but never consistent. You need to have your own data infrastructure. I have an infrastructure consisting of 2 wifi hotspots (one on AT&T and one on Verizon), 1 mobile hotspot, […]Read More
We were going from Hurricane, Utah to Lake Havasu, Arizona — so naturally, I located the half-way point and searched for RV Parks nearby. Turns out — that's also where the Hoover Dam is. This unexpected trip turned out to be one of our favorite experiences. I would call it a MUST.Read More