Here are some LINKS to sites you may find helpful. Additionally we suggest you search in your browser “RV Travel Tips” for other ‘practical’ information. We hope you enjoy!

We recently received the following letter regarding Disabilities and RVing. (Thanks Matthew and Anna!)

My name is Matthew and I volunteer with a summer learning program for kids. We’re currently learning about family recreation activities and their importance to us. As part of the assignment, one of the students (Anna) found this page about RVing with a disability. I was proud of her for going above and beyond to find it:


Want to have your own log home on wheels?? Our new FRIENDS ~ Thomas Feller and his lovely partner Vivian Dantche can help you! Their wonderful web:

Here’s a new link we just found:  “Harvest Hosts is a membership program that provides access to a network of wineries, farms, breweries, golf courses, museums and other unique attractions that invite self-contained RVers to visit and stay overnight.

For a small yearly membership fee, Harvest Hosts members can visit and stay at any of our 2781+ stunning locations completely free, in return for supporting the local businesses that they visit. We connect RVers with the hidden gems of Real America, where they find unique experiences and make lasting memories with family and friends.”

Safety 1st and most important is we never travel without Roadside Assistance ~ we’ve broken down too many times now to know better and it’s expensive to for pay tow trucks!

Good Sam Insurance
We have been pleased with Good Sam Roadside Insurance, it was $79 for the first year and worth every penny.  Having the roadside insurance sure put me at peace, you just never know! We were camping in Colorado up at about 9000′ elevation and our rig wouldn’t start but our cell phone worked (thanks Verizon!) so our roadside people sent someone to where we were and got us started up again! Now that’s service.

Another fun and great resource for finding new friends and learning about traveling in an RV is:

They have chapters (groups) and we had friends in the BOF (birds of a feather) chapter that were all metaphysical and quite unique characters! Star Alexander put on a special magic show for more than the 40 campers and Lady Star did little “mini-readings” for the group as well. They feed us at their amazing potluck gathering and shared their JOY and you could plainly see these folks were enjoying life! What a great way to meet people and see places that you’ve always dreamed of but didn’t want to go it alone.

Alternative Resources RV Mail Forwarding Service

We’ve heard good things about these folks, getting our snail mail is important and Alternative Resources provides complete RV Mail Forwarding Services for people all over the world. There are two basic types of clients that use a mail forwarding service: ** Travelers leaving their residence for a long period of time and therefore need a place to have their mail taken care of. ** Full Time travelers without a “permanent” residence.

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