When we’re not going on bicycle adventures or travelling long-term in an RV with our kiddos, we like to be inspired to go on other trips. Travel is a way of life for us, not just something we do on vacation days.
Tag: full-time travel
10 Essentials for Travelling with Children
If you’ve been following this blog a while, you know that our family loves to travel. Whether it’s hopping on a bicycle for an adventure, or travelling all over Canada and the US in an RV, I know I’m happiest when I’m discovering the world with my husband and children.
Continue reading “10 Essentials for Travelling with Children”
Must-have Resources for Full-Time RV Living
Full-Time RV Living: Know Your Resources
It’s been roughly a month since our full-time RV adventure came to an end. During our trip, we had access to some awesome resources that made things a little easier. With these, we were able to check out places to boondock, dump our tanks, and more. There’s not a lot here, but what there is, is incredibly helpful.
Continue reading “Must-have Resources for Full-Time RV Living”
Free Overnight RV Parking: Do’s and Don’ts
Boondocking is one of the many ways to save during your RV adventure.
Unfortunately, some people abuse the system, and ruin it for other RVers. While free overnight stays in your RV are super awesome, it’s important to remember some basic etiquette. Here are the basic “rules” we follow when overnighting at free spots.
Continue reading “Free Overnight RV Parking: Do’s and Don’ts”
Why You Should Visit a Library During Your RV Trip
Visiting Libraries During Your RV Adventure
If you’ve been following this blog or my Instagram account for a while, you probably already know that my family and I are library lovers. There are so many awesome reasons to visit a library… to read of course, but there’s more. Here are some of the reasons we loved visiting libraries during our RV adventure:
Continue reading “Why You Should Visit a Library During Your RV Trip”
Free Overnight Parking for RVs across Canada and the USA
Free overnight parking for RVS
A lot of people ask us how we could possibly afford a year on the road. Not having debt and saving up helps, but so does being resourceful when it comes to life on the road. Not staying at campgrounds every single night certainly helps to keep the budget low.
Continue reading “Free Overnight Parking for RVs across Canada and the USA”
Pros & Cons of Full-Time RV Life with Kids
I absolutely loved our nine months of full-time RV travel. If it were up to me, I’d sell everything and hit the road permanently. There are many aspects of full-time travel that are appealing to me, but of course there are downsides to everything. So here’s a post about the pros and cons of full-time RV travel with kids.
Continue reading “Pros & Cons of Full-Time RV Life with Kids”
How We Afford Full-Time Travel with Kids
Lots of people have asked us how we can afford to travel. We were asked this question back in 2008, when we went on our North American Swing Road Trip, and back then we didn’t have any kids. I think people are even more curious to know how a couple with three children can hit the road on only one income. Here’s the low down on how we do this.
Living in an RV with Kids: What It’s Really Like
Full Time RV Family
For the last nine months, our family has been living in an RV—less than 400 square feet for five people to share. Living in an RV was the most convenient way for us to go on our family adventure travel year. It meant we could have our house with us wherever we went. We could drive, cook, shower, teach our homeschooling lessons, and even watch movies, all in the same vehicle.
Continue reading “Living in an RV with Kids: What It’s Really Like”
It’s the end of the [trip] as we know it
As we cross the Canadian border after nine months of travel, I have mixed feelings. On the one hand, seeing the Canadian flag makes my heart happy. This is the country I chose, the one that welcomed me with an open arms, the country that I have long felt to be the place where I belong, despite the dreadful winters and long months of bitter cold misery. I love this place with all my heart.