When taking on a new adventure, career, life change, or ambitious endeavor, it is always important for us to stop and ask ourselves, is this healthy for me and my family, and to reassess that question as time goes on. At times, something that we thought was going to be healthy for us is not, […]Read More Is what I am doing healthy?
We found a somewhat hidden gem when we traveled about 15 minutes off the beaten path to the Painted Rocks Petroglyphs Site near Dateland, AZ. This stop was in between Yuma and Tucson, and about an hour and a half north of Organ Pipe National Monument as well. Here are the coordinates 33.023150, -113.047220 This is […]Read More Painted Rocks Historic Petroglyphs Site near Dateland, AZ
After leaving California, our travels brought us to Yuma, Arizona for a couple of weeks of staying in the warmth as much as possible for the cold month of February. We hadn’t looked into what there was to do in the Yuma area before booking our stay here, and once we got there thought it […]Read More What is there to do in Yuma, Arizona?
Buying the right RV for you is an important thing when getting started on your RV journey. However, the answer to what is right for each person is different. If you don’t get it right, it isn’t the end of the world, especially if you bought your rig used at a good price, you can […]Read More Is a Motorhome, Travel Trailer, or Fifth Wheel Best for Me? Our list of Pros and Cons
How do we get internet on the road? Our carrier for our phones is AT&T. We can use our phones as hotspots, or we also have a Mobley from AT&T that can hook up to our car, or use a cord and plug in as well. When we got our Mobley, it was only $20 […]Read More How to Get Internet While Traveling
Since early on in our marriage we enjoyed the teachings of Dave Ramsey and the teaching of his budget, and debt snowball. We spent our first 2 years of marriage paying off school loans, car loans, and small credit card balances. The way we did this in one word is: Sacrifice. The longer version is […]Read More How We Paid Off $32,000 of Debt in 2 years
There is no one way that families who travel school their children. It is safe to say thought that children who travel often usually get amazing first hand education. For our children, we especially enjoy giving them that first hand education by traveling to new cities, National and State Parks, and exploring museums and zoos […]Read More How do Kids Go To School While Traveling?
We recently spent a week dry camping in our RV, just outside Joshua Tree National Park’s South Entrance in the BLM Land there. More about that in this video. We also drove into the park on 4 different occasions to take hikes, climb rocks, find caves, and go to a lookout point. Here is our […]Read More A Week at Joshua Tree National Park
Here we sit right outside of Joshua Tree National Park, boondocking on BLM Land for FREE. The views are gorgeous, the sunset and starry night sky are beautiful, and the RV sites are spread apart. It is so quiet out here! A nice change of pace from the more crowded (yet usually still pretty peaceful) […]Read More What is Boondocking?
I have been amazed on this journey so far by how many people haven’t been to some of the main attractions in their own state! I was 2 hours north of Yosemite and spoke to a guy who said he would love to go there someday and was jealous that we would probably get to […]Read More Explore Your State!