These ten reasons to not RV during COVID-19 finally convinced me that staying put this summer is the smart thing to do during a global pandemic.
The biggest full-time RVing trade-off is losing community ties, but here are some things I intend to do to feel more connected to the people in one place that means a lot to full-timers like us.
Everyone has the right to live, work and dream in America. But not everyone can easily act on that right. It’s time to get active and speak up, here are ten things I’m going to do about racism in this country.
While riding out the wet Oregon spring, I made two videos of FOY trail running fun that got their start with Doc and Denny. Super seniors like those guys fuel our passion for running, and for going beyond our perceived limitations. Life’s too short to do anything less.
Our Harvest Hosts experience during the Coronavirus pandemic proves that the more camping options you have as a full-time RVer, the better.
With our Colorado Marathon behind us, it’s time for these two running RVers to kick things up a notch for our next race milestone.
In this wandering life, the Universe sends the right people to you at exactly the right time. Nancy Raimondi was that special person in ours.
Win a free copy of The Passion Economy by Adam Davidson, a book that gives a roadmap to small business success is the post-pandemic age.
Pandemic reality in the full-time RVing world means relying on the kindness of friends and securing a place to park for the foreseeable future.
Thoughts about living in the Now during COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, and watching others living in denial about what’s ahead.