Great Camping Experiences In and Around Helena Montana

Great Camping Experiences – Helena Montana Helena, the Capital of Montana is situated in a valley surrounded by spectacular mountains and many lakes – including the headwaters of the Missouri River. Waters that resemble a lake – especially where the river widens and water flow slows to a crawl. Ideal for boating, kayaking and canoeing … Read more

In Search Of… The PERFECT Campsite (an unfolding story)

In Search of… The PERFECT Campsite Good to catch up with you again! So much has happened since I left Casper, Wyoming on September 8 after a very successful summer selling (and learning more about) RV’s. In fact it went so well, I’m now heading a new initiative with Stalkups – an Internet Sales division! … Read more

The Beartooth Highway and Yellowstone National Park

My first stop in Montana was Billings. A truly disappointing city. Traffic more resembled Northern New Jersey, but with less finesse (if that is possible!) I only stayed one evening ($48. for just a water/electric site at a campground called Yellowstone – no resemblance to the National Park! My main motivation for visiting Billings was … Read more

Memorial Day Weekend in Wyoming – Not your typical first weekend of Summer…

Dateline May 24, 2015 – Casper, Wyoming (well at least the starting and ending point!) Memorial Day weekend “back home” was a time to “hit the shore” and hope for hot weather (and typically COLD ocean water)… what shore? Need you ask?! The Jersey shore! That was the Memorial Day weekend ritual of my youth … Read more

A slate grey sky and near freezing temperatures…

Travel across Wyoming can be an experience at virtually any time of the year, but to consider beginning the “RV travel season” in the 3rd week of March is a decision anyone would be right to question!     I left Steamboat on March 22. My last day “on snow” was March 21, and given … Read more

RV Lifestyle – Change – and a BIG Personal Announcement…

Change… To me, that is the true nature of the RV Lifestyle Living in an RV allows you to decide where to live and how long you wish to live there. You get to choose between the best beaches and waterfront resorts our nation has to offer and the majestic mountains, national parks, and (for … Read more

An Autumn Visit to Bear Lake

Bear Lake Tranquility I can still recall going to the Jersey shore after Labor Day. The crowds are gone, especially a couple of weeks beyond that “traditional end of summer” holiday. Along with the crowds went the “beach checkers” to insure you paid your five bucks to enjoy a bit of nature, the lifeguards who insured … Read more

Perhaps the most scenic and picturesque adventure to date…

The drive from Cascade to Challis and my adventure in the Challis, Idaho wilderness was perhaps the most scenic and picturesque travel I have encountered our the entire amazing nation! Starting out in Cascade, Idaho, the view across Lake Cascade (look for a post soon that details all the camping options in Lake Cascade State Park) in … Read more

RV Life During the Harvest Season

RV Life for those of us who “full-time” transitions quickly after Labor Day to an entirely new season… Harvest Season This is especially true if you’re in the north or the mountain states. The long, and often hot days of summer quickly yield to shorter days, wide open campgrounds (the kids are back in school!), … Read more

A Few Thoughts on TV and your RV…

I’m not a Dish user… yup, i’m the full-time RV’er who does NOT have Dish Watch this video for what I DO use for TV Programming and information… Ok, now for some specifics:  Video Downloader can be accessed HERE (this is an official Mozilla (Firefox) page, so you can feel safe with what you’re about to … Read more