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We weren’t dying to live in 300 sqft., but we were willing to sacrifice space to travel and see the United States with the comfort of home right there with us. North America has a lot to explore and experience. Even though we’re traveling full time and trying to take as many sights, parks, and natural wonders as possible we know it’s just a drop in the bucket for what this wonderful continent has to offer. Lucky for us (and for you), we’re willing to give it our best shot and see as much as possible! There have been some incredible stops along the way!

1 Day in Seattle, WA

1 Day in Seattle, WA

Liz and Dennis spend 1 day in Seattle, WA. They share what they did, saw, ate, and drank so you can make the most of a day in the city.

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park

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!

Banff National Park

Banff 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!

Visiting Yellowstone National Park | Full Time RV

Visiting Yellowstone National Park | Full Time RV

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!

Visiting Grand Teton National Park

Visiting Grand Teton National Park

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.

The Ancestral Pueblo People of the Four Corners

The Ancestral Pueblo People of the Four Corners

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!

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