Fall is on its way. A season of change, where foliage turns and leaf peeping starts.
Change is good in so many ways. Like repurposing everyday items from newspaper sleeves, to orange peels and empty prescription bottles that can be so useful on the road. Or even taking it to the extreme with a vehicle like the Sealander Camping Trailer which earns its unique stripes on land as well as in water!
Go for a beautiful change of scenery and take a four day RV road trip along the Blue Ridge Parkway, and enjoy cooking outdoors with our delicious one pot meals.
Change it up and have some fun.
Lee the Horselogger - Old Time RV Travel
Motorized homes have been around since 1910, but traveling in wagons dates back even farther than that! Meet Lee the Horselogger, a connoisseur of pre-RV travel. A man who travels across the U.S. the old fashioned way - in a horse pulled wagon. His story reminds us of what traveling and life should be about. Great companionship, humility, and living life to the fullest.
One Pot Camping Meals
Bring the warmth of home to your campsite with these one pot meals that can be cooked over a camping stove.
Repurpose Everyday Items on the Road to Be More Green
Repurposing an item is the act of finding alternative use for an object rather than discarding it altogether and is certainly an environment-friendly practice. It can be an especially valuable habit for campers and RVers due to the limited space in their car or RV.
There are a lot of ways by which to repurpose everyday items. Here are a few examples to try out the next time you go on a road trip.
How to Secure Your RV
RVs are typically vulnerable and attractive to thieves. But it doesn't have to be that way for you. With a few extra measures, you can keep your RV safe and sound even from the cleverest of burglars. Find out how you can secure your RV.
Keeping Toned on the Road
Getting into your RV, doesn't mean hitting the brakes on your exercise routine. When on the road for long periods of time, it's easy to get out of the habit of exercising regularly. Fortunately, there's something you can do to ensure you keep your muscles toned and your heart healthy - get yourself a set of resistance bands.
Camping Road Trip along the Blue Ridge Parkway
The Blue Ridge Parkway, a National Scenic Byway, stretches 469 miles over Virginia and North Carolina; starting in Waynesboro where the Shenandoah National Park ends, and finishing near Asheville right in front of the Great Smoky Mountains. The Blue Ridge Parkway is easily one of the most beautiful drives in all of America, and has so many amazing views to offer, ranging from cascading waterfalls to rolling blue mountains, that it's impossible to see all of them in one day! So we've put together a four day camping road trip itinerary of the best things to see and do.
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.
Sealander Amphibious Camping Trailer
Do you love camping and boat fishing but hate the stress of getting both your RV and your boat to the campground? The Sealander Amphibious Camping Trailer could be the solution! This two-in-one vehicle that functions as a RV trailer with a kitchen, and a boat that will allow you to enjoy the best of both worlds.