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Author : on in The Road Less TraveledBlog Category | The Road Less Traveled | Winter | Tags | Blogs

Like many RVers, we have an interspecies household. RVing with pets is wonderful! In fact, our two dogs and two cats have become master travelers. Although we love them all dearly—and they seem to enjoy exploring new areas—when it comes time to relocate, they really don’t get a vote. Of course we always try to keep them comfortable and happy,....


Author : on in Full Time RVing DIYBlog Category | Full Time RVing DIY | Winter | Tags | Blogs

Cold weather can be hard living for full-time RVer’s, but there are some ways to help keep your rig – and your RV plumbing – warm and cozy in the winter.

Anyone considering spending the winter months in their RV outside of the sunbelt should first make sure they have the best possible protection built in. That includes a completely enclosed and hea....


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Bored, grumpy, tired, and unmotivated—that’s how many feel during the short days of winter. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), is a yearly issue for some where others experience it only once or twice in their lifetimes. Either way, it can be very disruptive.

Although perhaps the best way to avoid seasonal depression is to travel—or reside—in ....


Author : on in RV Tips & EducationBlog Category | RV Tips & Education | Winter | Tags | Blogs

I love winter. I love the cold, the snow, the crispness in the air. But winter can be cruel and the weather can turn on you in an instant. If you will be RVing to any winter wonderlands and enjoying some outdoor activities, make sure you make safety a priority. Here are some of my best tips for staying safe during winter outdoor activities.

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One of the great things about RVing is that you are so mobile. If you are in a warm climate and would like a little cold weather action you can be there in a couple of days. Now I realize that many people head south when the winter chill takes hold, especially with some of the crazy cold weather some parts of the country are experiencing, but for t....


Author : on in RV Tips & EducationBlog Category | RV Tips & Education | Winter | Tags | Blogs

I love winter – all of it. I love the snow, the cold, the chill in the air, the hush that comes over the world when a new blanket of snow covers the ground. What can I say? I may have grown up in Louisiana, but my time in Montana turned me into a good ole northern girl. I love every bit if a good, chilly, northern winter.
My husband says you should....


Author : on in The Road Less TraveledBlog Category | The Road Less Traveled | Winter | Tags | Blogs

An increasing number of people are choosing to live in their RVs fulltime rather than storing them throughout winter. Unfortunately, motorhomes are notoriously difficult to keep “climate controlled”. It seems like they’re either too hot or too cold. Although the insulation that they’re manufactured with is likely sufficient for moderate tem....



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RVs can quickly deteriorate in the harsh weather of winter months if they aren’t properly set up for storing. When they aren’t in use, the cold and damp—as well as potential rodent infestations—are just a few of the conditions that can damage your rig while out of use. Although you can take your RV to a maintenance shop, these are fairly st....



Author : on in Steps to WanderBlog Category | Steps to Wander | Winter | Tags | Blogs

Yesterday had been an easy but rewarding hike, but today Corbin and I had some epic plans. Our plan was to drive back to Lake Louise and hike the Plain of Six Glacier trail, about 9 miles roundtrip. We had been wanting to head out on some longer hikes, and Banff seemed to be the perfect place to start.

Arriving at Lake Louise, we were shocked by ....


Author : on in JeepandRVBlog Category | JeepandRV | Winter | Tags | Blogs

Sorry that it has been a while since I wrote, need to get caught up after the busy Nov and Dec we had. I thought I would start with our current location which is Truckee,CA and write about some of the tips I wish I knew before we came. I knew before we drove up from Colusa that it was going to be cold and snowy, we planned it this way as we both wa....