Our congregation, Adat Chaverim in Plano, TX, had been planning a trip to Israel for 3 years. It kept getting postponed due to Covid, but our Director of Education and friend Valerie Klein kept the dream alive. When the dates
Volunteering with the RV Disaster Corps
When we began our life on the road, we hoped to have time and opportunities for volunteer service. Last week we got our first chance, through an organization called the RV Disaster Corps (RVDC).
The Real Me is Here, In an Uncluttered World
The promise of a simpler and less cluttered existence was one of the things that led us to full-time RVing and an early retirement in 2016. This short film by full-time RVer Steven Dempsey explains in stunning images and poetic words the essence of the kind of life that we try to experience.
Walking Michigan’s Mackinac Bridge
On Labor Day, David walked across the Mackinac Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the western hemisphere, taking part in a 61-year-old Michigan tradition.
Detroit’s Eastern Market and Belle Isle State Park
On our first full day in Detroit, we explored downtown’s Eastern Market and the urban park on Belle Isle–and busted some of our misconceptions about the area.
RV-Curious? 10 Ways to Start Learning About Full-Time RV Living
I often find myself talking with a non-RVer about full-time RV living and how it has changed our lives. Usually, the other person is in their late 40s or their 50s, with grown children and a successful career. But they
Finding Treasures in the Desert – Our First Geocaching Outing
While camping in the desert in Quartzsite, AZ last week, we decided to try our hand at Geocaching. It is a popular sport that used to require a dedicated handheld GPS unit, but now there are several apps that you
Two Texans Become Floridians (or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Domicile)
Cheryl and I have been Texans for the last 55 and 39 years, respectively. But a couple of days ago, we both became Floridians. No, we’re not giving up the RV lifestyle. And in fact, our RV and truck never even left Nevada. What we actually did was change our domicile from Texas to Florida. Here’s why and how we did it.
Shoshone Ghost Caves
Our first side excursion from where we are staying in Pahrump, NV was to the small town of Shoshone which is actually back across the California border, about 35 minutes from our RV park. Our friends Lisa and Dan (Always
Yosemite’s Glacier Point and Sentinel Dome
California’s Yosemite National Park is truly one of the most breathtaking places on Earth. Glacier Point, on the Yosemite Valley’s south rim, was at the top of our list of places to explore during our month-long stay at Park of the Sierras, a beautiful Escapees co-op park in the Sierra foothills. And being there in October allowed us to miss most of the crowds that tend to choke Yosemite during the summer, as well as the winter weather that will inevitably close Glacier Point for the season within the next few weeks.