We hope you enjoyed the summer as much as we did. Fall brings it's own fantastic activities, that's why we want to share with you our top 10 leaf peeping places to enjoy fall colors. As the temperature cools there is nothing better to warm your RV than pie! Delicious and simple road trip friendly recipes are a delight. We have put together our favorite homemade pie recipes you can make in your RV, and Pie professional Beth Howard dishes her pie making secrets with us.
With football season finally here we found your new secret weapon to perfect tailgating drinks, The TailGator - a blender you can take anywhere. But remember, with great outdoor fun, comes responsibility to the environment. Recycling your used batteries is a great place to start, and we share exactly how to do it.
We know the stress a long drive can have on your body, so we have listed simple exercises to loosen your body during a long drive. It is also important to prevent stress, that's why we share ways to make sure you pick the right motor home for your family. Family is wonderful, but kids can be stressful during long drives, we share a few tips for keeping the kids entertained during a road trip.
Beth Howard Pie Pro
Pie is comfort. Pie builds community. Pie heals. Beth Howard believes pie can change the world. She's put that theory to the test as she attempts to heal from the unexpected death of her 43 year old husband. She's packed up the RV and hit the American highways in search of the real healing powers of pie.
Homemade pie recipes you can make in your RV
Just because you are on a road trip does not mean you have to compromise on home cooking, and you cannot beat a homemade pie. It is very simple to make pastry, and you can put many different fillings in to make mouth watering pies. Here are some ideas for different pies and of course we don't forget your old favorites.
How to recycle used batteries
Batteries serve as a source of life and power for our RV and our favorite electronic gadgets. Once they have served their purpose, however, they transform into hazardous waste materials that pollute our environment. That is why it is so important to make sure that your batteries are recycled. Here are some places where you can easily drop off your batteries to be recycled, and in turn help protect our environment.
Which motorhome is better for a family of four?
Are you trying to decide on which type of motorhome to purchase? In this article, we will compare the specifications as well as the pros and cons of Class A and Class C motorhomes to help you decide which one is better suited to your needs.
Eight simple exercises to loosen up your body during a long drive
Minimize the stress that driving long distances can put on your body by taking short breaks and doing these eight simple exercises.
The three C's to entertain kids on the road
I had someone ask me about a camping trip they were taking with their twin five year-olds. She wanted a few tips on keeping the kids entertained while on a seven hour trip. For most parents this is a nightmare scenario, but with a little planning it could turn out to be a great road trip. All you have to do is keep the three C's in mind - comfort, creativity and connection - to ensure your wee ones are smiley ones.
10 Leaf Peeping places to enjoy Fall colors
Autumn has arrived, and that means it's that time of the year to enjoy some leaf peeping with the family. Here are 10 of the best leaf peeping spots where you and your family can go for one last camping or RV trip before you pack your RV or camping gear for the winter months.
The TailGator - A blender you can take anywhere
Ever gone to a tailgate party that seemed to be lacking something? Hmm, no margaritas, daiquiris and coladas? Blending drinks in the outdoors can be problematic; but not if you have the TailGator with you, an all-powerful, portable and gas-powered blender you can take anywhere