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    RV Boondocking North America, One Campsite at a Time

    Mike and Dora are an adventurous couple who love to travel across the US and Canada. They blog about their travels and share photos of the places they’ve seen, from Mexico to Alaska – providing a first-hand account of what it’s like to travel as a RV traveler, boondocker, and camper.

    In 2012, Mike and Dora started off camping in a small tear-drop trailer, but eventually they transitioned into a 30′ Lance Travel Trailer. Mike does the planning and itinerary, photography and informational videos, while Dora blogs, does photography and keeps the trailer ship-shaped and ready for travel. What makes them such an amazing couple is that they balance each other out perfectly – each has certain skills that the other lacks!

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    This site is a place for people who love to travel by RV and explore North America while doing it. It is a destination for anyone looking for inspiration and motivation to do their own adventures, big or small.

    Inside you can find articles about what we have been up to, the places we have been, and the people we meet along the way. You can also check out our photography portfolio or visit our blog to read all about our adventures from the perspective of an RV travel blogger.

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    Recent Blog Posts

    Nomadland Review: A Modern Masterpiece About Life on the Road

    In “Nomadland”, Frances McDormand plays a woman who, after losing everything in the Great Recession, embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a modern-day nomad. The film is an intimate portrait of this subculture, and an exploration of what it means to find home.

    The Black Canyon of the Gunnison: RVing in Colorado’s Deepest Canyon

    This guide will tell you everything you need to know about RVing in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison. This awe-inspiring canyon is home to some of Colorado’s most beautiful wildlife, as well as some of the deepest and most rugged hiking trails in the state. You’ll also find plenty of camping and fishing opportunities here.

    NATIONAL PARK SERIES: RVing in Rocky Mountain National Park

    Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the most popular national parks in the United States. It’s home to many different types of scenery, including mountains, lakes, forests, and valleys.

    Digital Nomads RV Lifestyle: Living and Working in a RV or Van

    Digital Nomads RV: Digital nomads living in an RV or Van is a lifestyle that many people choose for their jobs. However, the idea of living out of your RV or Van often scares people away from trying it. Here are some tips on how to live this life successfully.

    Cathedral Valley: The Must See, Must Do, Most Scenic Drive in Capitol Reef National Park

    Enjoy the most scenic drive in Capitol Reef National Park. Explore the backcountry of this amazing park and discover wonders like Cathedral Valley, a deep gorge with towering sandstone

    NATIONAL PARK SERIES: Guide to Visiting Bryce Canyon National Park

    Bryce Canyon is a beautiful wonder of nature that can be found in the southern part of Utah, near the border with Arizona. This geological wonder is home to more than 3,000 natural stone spires and towers called hoodoos. Bryce Canyon National Park was established in 1923 and has since remained one of the most popular national parks in America.

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