Travel Journal: The Great River Road to the Twin Cities
Pictured: Sunset from our campground in Potosi, WI By Jason Epperson After a visit to the Chicago area for some business, we set out on a journey towards the top of the country. From Chicago, we took the familiar drive along I-80 to the Quad Cities area, where we... Read more
Our Favorite Inexpensive RV Items 
RV living can be expensive and it seems more often than not when something has the label “RV” on it, the price increases two-fold, so we’ve put together a list of what we consider “must-haves” to make traveling a little easier without breaking the bank. We considered the daily... Read more
Travel Journal: Branson, Missouri 
Have you ever been to Branson, MO? Growing up we’d always stop for a night or two in Branson on our way back home from a camping trip in the Buffalo National River. Branson is the complete opposite of camping at the Buffalo. I remember Madame Tussauds Wax Museum,... Read more
Travel Journal: Buffalo National River Part Two – Rain, Rain Go Away
After two pretty challenging travel days we were thrilled to start settling into our campsite in America’s first national river, the Buffalo. The Buffalo also happens to be where I grew up camping and, so to be back for the first time with Jason and the boys was really something special.... Read more
Answering Your Full-Time Travel Questions

“How does it work for taxes? Getting mail? Do you feel safe in all the places you go?”

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Travel Journal: Buffalo National River Part One: The Journey

This trip to the Buffalo had the making of being a little epic, little did I know it was going to be full blown epic.

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Travel Journal: Mammoth Cave National Park
One of the National Park locations Jason and I have been dying to get to is Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave National Park. For years we have talked about camping near the caves and showing the boys a wondrous world underground, so when the opportunity came for us to spend several days... Read more
Travel Journal: On the Road to Nashville

Once we had to say goodbye to Fort Pickens in Pensacola Beach, Florida, we began making our way north to Nashville, Tennessee which was part of the larger trip home to Chicago.

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Making a Life on the Road Work Financially

We are often asked how we make a life on the road work financially. This question, or worry, is a big one for anyone looking to make full-time travel a reality, and rightly so. 

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Top Podcasts for Family Road Trips

With a wealth of items to choose from, we’ve put together our top pick for family-friendly podcasts that are sure to make your next adventure fly by.

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