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!
We visited the White Sands National Monument in New Mexico this March. We had a blast sledding down the white sand dunes, watching the sunsets, and even went on a guided nature tour. What a unique oasis in New Mexico!
We visited Carlsbad Cavern National Park as we headed north in New Mexico. At first, we weren’t sure if it was worth a stop. Boy, we were we wrong! We share this amazing park in a video. Take a look!
Big Bend National Park is a true gem for the state of Texas. We camped at Big Bend in our RV in March. In our new post and video we talk about what to know before you go, things to do around the park, best hikes, camping options, and more! Take a look at this beautiful National Park and all of the wonderful things there are to do!
We stopped our RV in San Antonio during our trip west. Initially we intended on staying just one night, but extended our stay so we could eat and see more of this wonderful city. Lots of history, free activities, and celebrations galore! Take a look at our experience RVing in San Antonio, TX!
We took our RV to the Florida Keys to get out of the cold and enjoy the beautiful blue waters! Take a look at our stay in the Keys as full time RVers post Hurrican Irma.
Art Galleries, cute shops, tropical bike rides, and historic Florida homes. Pine Island is a RV Snowbird’s paradise! Take a look at our relaxing stay in southwest Florida.