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05 Apr
White Chicken Chili at the Campground

White Chicken Chili at the Campground

We’ve got a pretty long history with this white chicken chili. About twenty years ago, Jeremy and I spent a lot of time in Ohio. I was going to college in Michigan and Jeremy would drive out for long weekends at our friends’ house in Akron. Andrea and Mark were such wonderful hosts to us, stepping in as our college Mom and Dad, and they would spend all weekend feeding us the comfort foods we needed so desperately. One of Andrea’s favorite meals at the time was a White Chicken Chili, and we enjoyed it often enough that it... Read More
18 Sep
Stephanie’s Capsule Camping Wardrobe: Favorite Recommendations for All Seasons

Stephanie’s Capsule Camping Wardrobe: Favorite Recommendations for All Seasons

I’m not exactly a fashionista, but I do get a lot of questions about my wardrobe whenever Jeremy posts a picture of me over on Instagram or Facebook. I think this is because I’m fairly seasoned at tracking down those staple camping clothes that are the perfect cross between practical, comfortable, and stylish. I’ve made clothing recommendations in the past on our gear guides, but I decided it would be better to have a dedicated blog post that I could update each season with any new finds. What makes a great camping clothes?... Read More
03 May
Kids and Campground Safety: Tips for Having Fun and Keeping Safe

Kids and Campground Safety: Tips for Having Fun and Keeping Safe

We all love our kids and want to keep them safe. But we also want to teach them responsibility and independence. Many RVing families struggle with balancing those two goals at the campground. How do we know this? Because we get asked about campground safety all the time. Emails, direct messages, posts in our Facebook Group. We’ve seen different versions of the same question countless times over the past few years. People ask us if we let our kids ride their bikes by themselves or go to the playground alone. They ask us how to manage... Read More
15 Mar
The Lazydays Difference: What RV Dealers Could Learn from the Lazydays Experience

The Lazydays Difference: What RV Dealers Could Learn from the Lazydays Experience

Most RV owners have heard about Lazydays. It is, after all, the largest RV dealership in the world. There’s even a show on the Travel Channel about RV shopping filmed on site at the dealership. But knowing about Lazydays is different than experiencing Lazydays. And although we’ve never bought an RV from the Lazydays RV dealership, we’ve now visited the Florida location twice. Our takeaway? Other RV dealers could learn a lot from what Lazydays is getting right. The Backstory: Our Visits to the Lazydays RV Dealership in Tampa,... Read More
29 Jan
Women and Rigs: Towing and Driving RVs

Women and Rigs: Towing and Driving RVs

But do you tow or drive the RV?  As a woman who travels in an RV about 80 days out of the year, I’ve been asked a version of this question so many times. The answer? Yes…and no. And, well…it’s complicated. Because it is complicated. I recently drove a Class C motorhome on actual roads for the very first time. A follow up conversation on social media made me realize that I had never really talked or written about my personal history with towing and driving RVs. So I figured it might be time to do just that. What’s... Read More
20 Dec
A Holiday Message from our RV Family to Yours

A Holiday Message from our RV Family to Yours

Photos compliments of Go RVing Every family goes through seasons, and ours is no different. There are moments when it feels like everything’s moving like clockwork. Schedules run smoothly, everyone’s needs are met, and we all flop into bed at night feeling exhausted, but satisfied. And then there are the other times. Confession: right now our family is going through one of those ‘other times’.  Nothing seems easy. The days feel like sprints and the weeks feel like marathons. Schedules clash, and simple activity drop... Read More

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