100 Days of RV Life

We just celebrated one hundred days of living a nomadic lifestyle around the United States. We are currently hanging out with the snowbirds of Florida for a week. It has been interesting to reflect upon where we started, how we maintained throughout our travels and how we are feeling about our family of six plus…

Kayak to Clarity- Rainbow Springs State Park, Florida

We have been parked in Florida since Thanksgiving and intend to stay at an RV resort located thirty miles west of Jacksonville until after the New Year. It has been relaxing to stay in one spot and stick to more of a schedule. I have recruited my amazing husband to be a contributor to the…

Florida Family RV Campground for Full-Timers

We got as far north as we could until the freezing temperatures eased us back down south to Florida. We had high hopes of staying a month at the beach. We were late in booking our spot and with hurricane Ian making landfall in some of the areas we were researching some parks were undergoing…

Hello Wyoming and the RV Lifestyle

Wyoming brought us into lonely highways lined with streams and mountains. The terrain was expanse and majestic. Rest areas were far and few between but we managed to find a place to rest a few hours overnight while it rained. The weather grew cooler with the elevation. We were excited to break out jackets for…

Full-Time RV Traveling with Kids FAQs

In 2016 when Ryan and I first talked of such adventure as to travel full-time and road school our children, I never foresaw how our lives would transform before we even left home. In the beginning you only visualize pretty destinations and cool experiences. I am seeing this enormous change in our lives. I think…

The Biggest Mother’s Day Gift

We had already planned to go to the beach for Mother’s Day weekend at the beginning of the year. It is always a toss up when planning so far in advanced, but the weather was perfect. You have got to book this park ahead because it is the only RV park on the beach in…

Fourth of July Weekend 2021

Road trips with kids are not for the weary. Our second trip in our newly acquired recreational vehicle (RV) has been very memorable to say the least. We planned on traveling northwest to the beautiful hill country where the Guadalupe River winds through small towns and is shaded by giant cypress trees. What is normally…

Inks Lake 2020, one to remember

Camping, cold weather and children, what could go wrong? Our camping trip to end this very memorable year was only about three and half hours away near the Austin area. Inks Lake State Park in Burnett, Texas has by far the nicest camping spots and restroom facilities we have ever seen. We had to reserve…

My favorite things for Camping

Our family goes camping year round. During the summer months we camp in areas that are more north. Last year we camped the Grand Canyon with an eight year old, six year old and a five month old baby. We added a few more travel necessities to our list that are a must have for…

Lake Houston Wilderness Park Tent Camping

When I think of camping, my goal is to get out of the city away from the hustle and bustle. Imagine my surprise when we found an amazing camping spot only 30 minutes from our home in The Woodlands. Lake Houston Wilderness Park is the only overnight camping park in the Houston Parks and Recreation…