This blog title should actually be “critters UNDER the hood” but it doesn’t sound as cool. I’m here to tell you that actual critters under the hood of hour vehicle are not cool. Not at all…
Category: Trailer Life
Everything You Need to Know About Fulltiming…
… in one post. OK, it’s probably not everything but it probably covers 90% of what I’ve learned over the last 5+ years. And I didn’t even have to write anything, because my fellow (soon-to-be-ex) fulltimer, Laura at Chapter3Travels.com just did a masterful post that covers so much good stuff. I already gave the link to a newbie fulltimer because, yes, it’s THAT good. Just click on the graphic below and it will jump you to her post, bursting with tips, knowledge, and experience. Thanks, Laura!
Cold Surprise in New Mexico
This is the third time in five years I’ve spent part of the winter in New Mexico, and it’s been – by far – the coldest one yet. I’m not alone in thinking this, though. My fellow campers have said much the same thing in our discussions the past week about how we fared in the cold. And by cold, I mean 15F (-9F) four nights running. Yikes… How did my Alto do?
Six Nights of Dry Camping
I’ve not done a lot of cold-weather boondocking or dry camping, so six nights of winter camping in New Mexico was definitely an experiment for me. If you’re not a battery freak or a camper or survivalist, this post might not be your cup of tea, though!
There’s Always Another Holiday
I know, we just got through the end of year holiday season. And hopefully, we all survived New Years and everyone’s 2022 is off to a good start. Mine has been kind of slow, which has been good. I’ve been reading a lot and napping. Until Monday afternoon, when I realized it’s less than 6 months till July 4 weekend. Which matters a lot to full-timers. Why? Read on…