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One Year In! Top 5 Things That Suck About Living In An RV Full-time

Before anyone accuses us of complaining just to complain, we want to assure you that this post is meant to be informative, rather than a bitch fest in search of pity. With that in mind, have a listen to this song, and laugh along! We will return to our regularly scheduled programming after this bitchy […]

Top Natural Places – Year In Review

They say a picture is worth a 1000 words. Well then, we will let these pictures, of the Top Natural Places we visited in 2020, speak for themselves. Presented without rank but grouped where appropriate. They are equally deserving, inspiring, and awesome in their own ways. More Information More Information See more pics More Information […]

Top Food + Wine – Year in Review

Keep it simple they say. Well, this year was simply delicious and we’re keeping it focused on the tasty treats we’ve enjoyed in chronological order from top to bottom. February – Yemassee, SC Read more about this roadside delicacy here.   March – Stone Mountain Park,. GA We all got to try new things this year. […]

E + J RV Wine Trail: Shenandoah Valley

You know how some bands, and their music, can come across like nails on a chalkboard? For Erin, one of those bands is Muse. One day while exploring the small, quaint, historical towns, scattered along the Shenandoah Valley, we came upon a winery that shares the same name. While no relation to the band, the winery […]

BBQ “Pit” Stops – Year in Review

As we near the one year mark of our shakedown trip that began on December 1st,  2019, we realized that we had done you, our followers, a great disservice. Turns out, we’ve been sampling the sticky goodness that is American BBQ, without spilling the beans. Such a shame! We’re pretty sure this new Foo Fighters […]

EandJ RV Wine Trail: Lenoir, N.C.

JC is a veteran of the wine industry with a penchant for trying and buying wine from unknown regions, grapes, and styles, from around the world. Erin is a big fan of bright, citrus flavors packed into dry, acidic Sauvignon Blancs. We had hoped to find a couple wineries that tickled both fancies over Memorial […]

How Do You Get Internet and Work On The Road?

Let’s take a look at the basics for Internet access that travels with you. Having your own Internet helps sustain a working life on the road. We also discuss data usage, security, and harsh realities discovered while on the road. You need to diversify your communications portfolio. Meaning, have plans with multiple providers. This guarantees […]

Oh The Places We’ll Go: Finger Lakes, NY

Man, oh man! Hiking, boating, laking, waterfalling, and nature lovers, put this place on your travel bucket list. This area is a must visit because of the pristine waterfalls, the amazing Summer weather, and all the wonderful wineries, breweries, and distilleries peppered throughout. What a geological phenomenon this place is! Formed during the ice age, […]

Oh The Places We’ll Go: Floyd, VA

Floyd was a beautiful little hamlet as my cousin referred to it. What is a hamlet anyway? A hamlet can be defined as a small settlement, generally one smaller than a village. Well, how small is a village? A village can be defined by geographers as having between 500 and 2,500 inhabitants and is generally […]

Are you leaving money on the table with campground memberships?

If you have one and aren’t using it, we’ve discovered that yes, you probably are. Especially if you don’t take advantage of an included one during an RV purchase. If you are in the market to purchase an RV or if you’ve ever been curious about discounted campground package, learn more about the savings and […]


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