You’re selling a camper van ?

Using a high-roof, 136-inch wheelbase Ram Promaster (the mid-size model in the Ram lineup), the Glampervan maximizes space with a two-person custom build. However, if camper vans have any drawbacks compared to teardrop trailers, vintage RVs, or run-of-the-mill travel trailers, it’s the fact that they can be expensive. Fortunately, there is a new breed of … Read more

Is a caravan the same as a motorhome?

An RV or a camper are generic terms. When people refer to recreational vehicles, they usually mean a motor vehicle or trailer equipped with some of the comforts of home. The term “camper” usually refers to trailers that are pulled by, or ride on the back of, trucks. According to Camper Report, there are many … Read more

Is it expensive to live in a caravan?

When Heath and I moved into our RV, we had no idea how much camping would cost, how high our Verizon bill would be (aka what we use for internet), or how many thousands of dollars in gas we’d pay to visit all 50 states in a year (learn our exact finances from visiting all … Read more

How much does a caravan cost?

This price can change depending on several factors such as the type of RV, the features included and other costs. With a profile much more similar to that of a large van, these motorhomes are the ones with less space and fewer features, which means a lower cost. Thanks to Outdoorsy, you can search for … Read more

Camping Tips by RJRVTravels

Camping is one of the most excellent means to entertain yourself. You have worked pretty hard throughout the week and need some relief. If you want some relief, then the best way to get that is by camping. Generally, most people think that camping means taking an RV or a camper and park it in … Read more

Death Valley National Park….a refresher!

After leaving Tinnemaha County park outside of Big Pine we headed south to Lone Pine and the Alabama hills area. (More on that in a future post). Lone Pine is about 50 miles from the the East entrance into Death Valley. So, we decided to make another visit to this land of great extremes, more … Read more

Buenos Dias – Our Mexican Adventure #2

This is a second post in a series on our Mexican Adventure. The first one is here. When on the beach there is no better way to start the day off than with breakfast burritos from Ricardo. Every morning he came by with a selection of homemade burritos, tamales, tortillas and the like. Yum. Speaking … Read more

Seems Like We Just Got Here

I can’t believe it has been two weeks since we dropped levelers here at Sam’s Family Spa Hot Water Resort (and since our last blog post). And now we will be leaving tomorrow to drive our Honda Fit back to Colorado for the Holidays. Yes, we will be leaving our RV at Sam’s as we … Read more

Reynolds Creek or Triple Falls

If you ask a park ranger in Glacier National Park about Triple Falls they will most likely return a blank stare and perhaps a response like, “Triple Falls – never heard of them”. Yet, a search on Google will turn up plenty of pictures and stories galore of attempts to find this elusive, mysterious place. … Read more