Liz and Dennis of Eat See RV visited Glacier National Park. Accompanied by their sister, brother-in-law, and niece they set out to see wildlife, hike the mountains, admire glaciers, and smell the wild flowers. While the weather wasn’t on their side, they still made the most of visiting Glacier National Park!
In this blog post and video, Liz and Dennis share their adventures as they full time RV, this time visiting Banff National Park. See some of the magnificent glaciers, abundant waterfalls, and colorful glacial lakes (Lake Moraine and Lake Louise) Banff National Park has to offer!
Liz and Dennis visit Yellowstone National Park for the very first time! They share the top things to do in Yellowstone in their video and post. If you’re planning a trip to Yellowstone you won’t want to miss this post!
Liz and Dennis visited Grand Teton in early Spring. They were instantly blown away at how beautiful this area is and what a special park Grand Tetons really is. In this post, they share their favorite vistas, hikes, and animal sightings in this beautiful national Park.
See how Liz and Dennis plan their RV route. They even share their top 3 resources they use to help them find camp sites, cool and unique excursions, restaurants, and more!
In this video, Liz and Dennis share how they make money and travel full time in an RV by investing in real estate.
Our first year as full time RVers cost us way more than we ever expected. We’re following up and sharing our projected cost to full time RV in year 2. We expect to cut our costs by 1/3 in our 2nd year. See our updated RV budget and what we feel is a more realistic idea of what it cost to RV full time.
We share our actual 1 year of RV expenses so you can see what it cost us to RV full time. We break down where we spend our money, how much we spent in our first year, our average for each month, and things to plan for in your full time RV budget.
In this video we share with you why we chose our rig and what the pros and cons of each type of RV are to make choosing an RV as easy as possible!
The four corners of the United States is rich in history of the Ancestral Pueblo People. As we passed through this area, we stopped at several national monuments and parks that showcased this beautiful culture. We got up close and personal with their history, climbing up wooden ladders to kivas, searching for petroglyphs, and exploring real cliff dwellings!