The seven days from June 4 to June 11 we experienced everything from a a new adults-only wing of an RV resort to a few firsts: Harvest Host, adding a washer and dryer to our rig and calling our first “audible” and changing campgrounds at the last second. It was a bit of a roller coaster! Continue reading Week 2: The adventure begins in Heber City, UT
We had the opportunity to eat out twice in Heber City. We found a few interesting places, plus the only bar in town. Continue reading Where to eat in Heber City?
As we set out on our full-time adventure, we found this amazing boondocking spot to land for the our first week! Continue reading Week One: Boondocking in Wyoming
When we had our travel trailer we mostly cooked up some quick tacos or grilled burgers or steak. But once we started full-timing, we needed to up our cooking game AT the camper. Continue reading Upping our RV Cooking Game
We stayed in Rock Springs, Wyoming one night on our way toward the Salt Lake City area. Joel happened upon the Log Inn Restaurant for our dining option that night. It is all “supper club” and we loved it! Continue reading Log Inn Restaurant — Rock Springs, WY
A few years back we decided to get a camper for weekend adventures and summer road trips. Whether your travel will take you boondocking or to RV parks, here are some primary considerations when determining whether a teardrop, travel trailer or motorhome is right for you. Continue reading Our Four Considerations when Choosing a Camper
We made the transition from tent camping (occasionally) to a travel trailer (frequently) to RVers (full time) in just a few years! From boondocking to RV Parks, traveling to new areas while working full time is our plan. Here’s how we got here. Continue reading How did we get here? From homebodies to full-time RVing