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17 tips to help you find free overnight RV parking anywhere
New Brunswick does not deserve the nick name,
Driving the famous Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island. Does it matter if you drive it clockwise or not?
Serendipity: An unexpected Nova Scotia lobster experience and a down east kitchen party in the same week.
We knew where to find the best of Nova Scotia - and find it, we did!
Who doesn't love the beach? Prince Edward Island is a beach lover's dream.
Rock-hopping along the east coast shore from Percé Rock, QC to Hopewell Rocks, NB
Forillon National Park lives up to the expectations. An amazing Lands-End experience.
Do not pass up a chance to visit Quebec's Gaspe Peninsula; the coastline rivals that of California.
Having lived in the Maritimes over the past 6 years, I can tell you that you will love this trip. Coastal New Brunswick on the Bay of Fundy is by far the
Canada's Maritime Provinces by RV. We're finally on the summer trip we've promised ourselves for the past 4 years.
QMarianne and Randy we enjoyed reading your travels to Costa Rica. I have always wanted to go there. However, we wondered how come your medical insurance
If you're looking for ways to pay off your RV purchase, you might consider renting it out occasionally. Mark Jenny makes a compelling argument for it in this article.
RVshare.com can help you find the perfect renter. Listings are free.
I was asked that question recently (even though we're not full time RVers ourselves). There's no one-size-fits-all answer but the opinion of these 19 RV experts may help you figure out if you're financially ready.
When the RV Geeks, who are currently in Australia, decided to video their stop at one of our Boondockers Welcome hosts, they had no idea of just how welcoming hosts in Oz might be. I think they were wowed! The video says it all.
It may be possible to travel around Costa Rica by RV but is it practical?
This brilliant editorial by Chuck Woodbury was first published 4 years ago but we're still waiting for campground owners to be enterprising enough to fill this obvious void in the market.
Goodbye Costa Rica. Leaving is difficult and expensive!.
The budget aside, we've crammed a lot of fun into the last two weeks in Costa Rica.
Riding Costa Rica buses - with a little extra patience, life without a car is very possible here.
Although nature and wildlife surrounds our Costa Rica home, we splurge on a guided river rafting trip - our first real tourist-oriented excursion of the trip.
Search for images of Lake Arenal and you'll almost certainly find clouds or rainbows.
How are the potato's that you buy at the local market?
Pura vida or la vida loca? There is a difference.
While Costa Rica's beaches are beautiful, they're not ideal for a long-term stay. This location is perfect for us!
Love your snap shot into this wonderful rental - and your view! Hope you and Randy enjoy your stay. Have a blessed day filled with unlimited possibilities!
Our Costa Rican casita: what can you expect in a vacation rental for just $600/month?
Our Costa Rica budget, the mistakes we've made and, our expenses to date.
We set out to explore Costa Rica and figure out whether and how affordable it can be. We'll track expenses and compare it to RV travel.
The RV Geeks have the biggest following of all RV-related videos on Youtube. And they ALWAYS run the best contests with super VALUABLE prizes!
They just created a great video about Boondockers Welcome and are running a contest for five 3-year memberships!
While you're there, be sure to sign up to hear about the RV Geeks future contests.
All RVers who like boondocking on American public lands need to be aware of this. Please note this is not an isolated article about it. Do a google search and you'll find others. I'm posting it to inform you of what's happening - not as a political statement.
We have the Fourwinds motor home in our driveway, now what do we do? We want to go from Michigan to Colorado Springs in December then after four weeks
After spending two months in New Mexico this year, I just released a new, fully revised, updated, and greatly expanded version of my boondocking guide for that state.
If you purchased this ebook from me at any point in the past, you never need to buy it again. I sent you an email this week with your FREE updated download. If you didn't receive it, (please check your junk/spam folder) and contact me. (Several email addresses were undeliverable.) I will need your name and old email address or other proof of purchase, please.
If you have not yet bought the guide, now is a good time. October is a great month to explore New Mexico!
Would you like the guide for FREE? Join Boondockers Welcome. It's just one of the many benefits of membership.
Hi. I am a 27 year old, British resident. I am planning a 3 month trip to USA next year, possibly going on to spend 3 on Canada before returning home.
I was so glad to find this site! I thought it was just me feeling all of these emotional challenges in our RV lifestyle! A year ago we sold our home,
I would like to take a Canadian purchased empty Sprinter cargo van and have someone like Sportsmobile do a custom conversion for me. Can I get the conversion
Q.How Current are Your Frugal Shunpiker's Boondocking Guides? A.We continually retrace our routes for each of the guides every few years. We just got
I soo enjoy all your RV travel tips, info and your wonderful outlook about life on the road! I'm trying to plan this life of travel for myself! I hope
The joys of no schedules. I guess some would consider taking 10 days to drive 1700 miles taking our time.
We have so many similar pictures of our time near Taos! We also visited Earthships & I made exact same comment to Joe. I thought if they showed less swirly
Cold and rainy in Taos but we search for and find silver linings.
I didn't think there were any national parks that haven't at least heard of, but this is a new one to me. Bandelier has been on my list for awhile but
Seeing the world as Georgia O'Keeffe did. Ghost Ranch - a wonderful surprise!
It seems to me that curiosity about full-time RVing and the nomadic lifestyle has increased dramatically in the last couple of years. Could it be that with the downturn in the economy there's a loss of faith in more traditional forms of "The American Dream". There certainly seem to be been a number of new TV programs on the topic.
Are you living your nomadic dream? Would you like to be on TV? Here's your opportunity.
Amazing hikes in two amazing parks: Bandelier and Kasha-Katuwe
Albuquerque, New Mexico and another lesson learned. What were we thinking?
Southern New Mexico discoveries, old favorites, and waking up to a surprise!
Colorful and fanciful New Mexico: Silver City and Truth or Consequences
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