The following books, dvds, and videos on RVing have one thing in common: I've read them or watched them and think they're great. In some cases I also know the author personally. That's how they got signaled out for my personal recommendation!
Two excellent resources: Mountain Directory West and Mountain Directory East. Each contains maps showing the location of grades and detailed information about them, including the height of the summit, length and steepness of grades, severity of curves, location of escape ramps, and signage. An invaluable resource to help RVers and truckers plan their route and stay safe on the road.
Barb's books are based on the adventures, stories, and memories that she and her husband continue to collect as they travel by RV in Canada. They have mastered the art of frugal RV travel and Barb writes with passion about the lifestyle they've chosen. Her four book titles include RV Canada on a Dime and a Dream, RV Canada with Boo the Menopausal Van, RV Canada's Far North on a Dream, and RV Canada and the Polar Bear Dream. A fifth book is scheduled for release in 2014.
Three excellent guides: The Lure of Pine and Sage covers Western Canada and Central and North-western USA, Cactus and Canyons covers Central and South-western USA, and Canada: Beyond the Far Horizons covers Central and Western, and North-western Canada, from The Ottawa River west and north to Inuvik.
A very professional presentation and a succinct, easy-to-follow format. Of course the photography is amazing, too. I have the cds but they're also available as an ebook (pdf). Great value for the price.
Kimberley and her family are living proof that you do not have to be rich or retired to take your family on the ultimate adventure; You just need a plan and here it is: The only resource specifically for FAMILIES who want to full-time RV.
Two accomplished Canadian writers with years of full-timing experience have teamed up to write the guide Canadian RVers have been waiting for. Is it feasable, as a Canadian, to be a full-time RVer? The answer is a resounding, "yes" but the "how tos" are very different for Canadians than Americans. A lot of research went into this book. Don't leave your sticks and bricks home behind without it!
Extremely helpful, comprehensive, guide to living in an RV full or part time.
Lots of money saving advice, backed up by real-life stories and experiences of
other full-timing RVers. Most highly recommended!
Also available in print! Click here to for more information and to order the print copy!
A resource for finding jobs and income-generating opportunities while traveling in an RV. Jaimie started traveling full-time long before retirement so her advice is from years of personal experience. Most highly recommended!
What's RVing, without an RV? There has never been a better time to get a deal on a used RV. Still, for some, this purchase can be a scary thought. You need to know what to look for. No matter what size or style of RV you have in mind, trust Les Doll, a working Certified RV technician, with years of RV construction and maintenance experience to give you advice on what to look for before you make this exciting purchase.
Travel with Glenn and his new bride through 23 National Parks, Las Vegas, Mardi Gras, and dusty ghost towns. Feel the rushing wind of tornadoes and the rocking of an earthquake. Sleep on roadsides and in truck stops, shifting from state to state, risking danger in favor of a limited bank account. Anyone RVing will relate to and enjoy this most delightful and entertaining read!
This 30-year old Canadian gal, is living life to the fullest right now -- full-time RVing. This ebook chronicles her journey of getting by the obstacles, both physical and emotional, to make her dream a reality.
You're guaranteed to enjoy Rae's easy and delightful writing style. The ebook is sold through her blog site and comes with a companion ebook, "Sort It Out" which is full of helpful tips on how you can get yourself organized, whether in your static or mobile life.
Echoes of '98: Hiking the Chilkoot Trail in the 21st century is the author's pictorial ode to the fabled route to the Klondike gold fields. Featuring more than 100 rich colour photographs in 150 pages, the book is about the Chilkoot Trail today while establishing it in its historical context. Adventurers wishing to hike the trail will find information on how to do so, including a suggested packing list.