Why we love our Ford F-150
It's hard to find a vehicle that's a comfortable daily driver, performs well off-road and is able to safely (and legally) tow our trailer. Our Ford F-150 manages it all and we love it! [...]
National Parks Update - March 2019
A recent House bill has increased the number of National Park Units from 418 to 419 as well as updated several other units too. [...]
Planet Fitness: The Perfect RVers Gym?
There are certain things you look for when you're choosing a gym to join. How far is it from your home? Does it have good equipment? How expensive is it? But for us as full-time RVers, we ask: what are the showers like? [...]
Sometimes you come across a gadget that looks like a gimmick, but you decide to give it a go anyway. That's how I felt about the LevelMatePRO - but boy was I wrong! This simple item has revolutionized the way we park our RV. [...]
Unsafe Zamp Solar Combiner Box
Many RVs nowadays are coming with rooftop solar pre-installed, or at least pre-wired for you to add solar panels later. If you have solar on your roof or are considering installing solar, you should DEFINITELY read this... [...]
Chiricahua National Monument - A Hidden Gem?
Named after the band of Native American Indians, Chiricahua National Monument in southeastern Arizona may not have made your shortlist of must-visit National Park Units. But after spending several days exploring it in December, let me tell you why we think this is a hidden gem of the National Park System. [...]
Fascinating History at Fort Bowie National Historic Site
In July 1862, Brigadier General James Henry Carleton was leading his regiment from California to New Mexico. As they passed through the Apache Pass in Arizona, they were ambushed by a band of Apaches in what became known as the Battle of Apache Pass. With tensions already high after the Apache raid on the ranch of John Ward the year before, the 5th California Infantry were ordered to build a fort which they named after their colonel, George Washington Bowie. This was the first of two forts that were built at Fort Bowie. [...]
6 Surprisingly Useful RV Accessories Under $30
In an RV, there are many items that are considered essential - hoses, power cables, leveling blocks and so on. But since we started living full-time in our RV almost 6 months ago, we’ve found several unexpectedly useful gadgets and accessories! And best of all, none of these will break the bank, so read on for our top 6 surprisingly useful RV accessories for under $30! [...]
Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument - Home of the Mogollon
45 miles north of Silver City in south-eastern New Mexico, at 6,000ft in the Gila Wilderness, the Mogollon people built dwellings high up in the cliffs. They only lived here for around 20 years, but their legacy lives on and the caves are now protected within the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument. [...]
YouTube: Getting first 100 subscribers - Lessons Learned
Our YouTube channel AdventurousWay has reached 100 subscribers and I thought I would reflect back on what I have learned so far. Neither of us had any experience with YouTube - unless you count tons of hours watching YouTube over the last few years. Since we cut the cord living in sticks-and-bricks, YouTube had become the major source of evening TV watch time. [...]
White Sands National Monument - World's Largest Gypsum Dunes
Spanning 275 square miles in southern New Mexico, the brilliant white dunes at White Sands National Monument are a sight to behold. But they’re also remarkably young - these dunes started forming just 12,000 years ago! We spent 6 days exploring to see what other secrets White Sands might be hiding.
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