Camp Food Just Got A Whole Lot Better


It’s never too late to change your life. This is the lesson we can take away from the story of  Jennifer Scism, winner of the Iron Chef competition and the creator of the epic camp food brand, Good To-Go. Jennifer started her life as an interior designer and later trained at the French Culinary Institute to [Continue Reading]

9 Cool Camper Vans That’ll Make Your Day

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Camper vans have been around for an extremely long time. Some, like the Volkswagen model, have been around since the end of World War II. For those of us who love these vehicles, they are a ticket that promises adventures in far off places. But there are a specific few whose love flows on a deeper [Continue Reading]

The Most Interesting Road Trip Games You Can Play In Your RV


Yes, we all know what would make a trip perfectly enjoyable: a self-driving car, the kids perfectly quiet, and you sipping peacefully on a drink. But since that’s not possible (yet), you need to find the best alternative — something that will keep the little whole family occupied. Because the stories from school and work and the news [Continue Reading]

California Architect Takes on Small Space Living


Yes, it is possible to live comfortably in a 160 square feet RV. It’s simply a matter of rethinking space and how you use it — and reassessing your possessions. Take southern California architect Matthew Hoffmann for example. Hoffmann and his girlfriend live in a retro Airstream trailer. To make small space living work for [Continue Reading]

The 12 Most Outrageous Hammocks


Summer might be coming to a close, but there’s still plenty of time to relax. And what better way than in a hammock? And, if you also want a one-of-a-kind story to tell to your colleagues when you get back to work even after lazing around, one of these hammocks should certainly be your pick. [Continue Reading]

Could You Live In A Tiny Home?


Tiny homes are rapidly gaining in popularity. But could you actually live in a mini-size house? While tiny homes look inviting, remember that the average single family home in the United States is nearly 2,700 square feet. This leads to the question, is it practical to move from a McMansion to a wee little abode?  Let’s [Continue Reading]

Vintage RVs Make A Rousing Comeback

If you’re under the age of retirement and you have shopped for a motorhome recently, then you are well aware of the serious expense. Even cheaper gas motorhomes start at a cool $100,000 — and that’s just the base model. But what if you think outside the box? Many younger travelers are doing just that [Continue Reading]