Being full-time RVers, you can imagine we’re often asked what our favorite destination has been. It’s such a tough question to answer because we’ve fallen in love with many different places for many different reasons. However today we’re going to try and narrow down five years of travel to a list of our Top Ten destinations that we’ve been and why they’re so fantastic. In no particular order:
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2020. The year of the Coronavirus pandemic and a time of political unrest, protests, and violence. Social isolation, face masks, and disinfectants. Extreme unemployment, poverty, and 1.75 million lives lost worldwide to the pandemic. To say it’s been a shit year is an extreme understatement. I lack the eloquence to write about the true depth and impact of all of this, and there are far better writers who have all ready done so, so instead I’ll share how we navigated this year as full-time RVers. We are beyond grateful that our families have managed to avoid the virus (knock on wood). We are also extremely thankful that Brad still has his job and that public lands have largely remained open so that we can still find quiet and safe places to wait out the virus. But I’m perhaps getting a bit ahead of myself, because at the start of the year we had no idea what was coming…
Baja California is one of those places that might not be on your radar but definitely should be. Margaritas, tacos, beach camping, warmer winters…starting to sound kind of perfect, no!?
It can be so difficult to know what exactly you’re looking for in an RV if you’ve never gone RVing before! We’ve spent the last three years traveling in our 33’ Class A motorhome and while it has treated us well, we’ve learned a lot about our travel style and the ideal rig for us.
Three years ago today we officially began living on board our new home on wheels: Fendy, a 2003 Fleetwood Bounder. We had just sold our house in the awesome Friendly neighborhood of Eugene, Oregon. We said farewell to our neighbors, had a going away party with friends, and wrapped up all those pesky loose ends.
Community. It’s something that nearly every person craves and you might think that moving into an RV and hitting the road sounds like a lonely endeavor – well, like many things in life, it will be what you make it to be. There are so many options for meeting other travelers: you might meet people at your campground or your neighbors out in the boondocks or you can go straight to the source and join an RVing group.
Hi there and welcome to our little blog. We figured it was about time that we added this facet into our digital presence, I mean, we’ve only been full-time RVing for two and a half years now! When we first started this traveling lifestyle, I was so engrossed in capturing it in photos and film – it’s what felt most intuitive to me and to be honest I’ve been a bit intimidated about the written part. But in the spirit of trying new things, especially things that push you outside your comfort zone, here we are.