Are you tired of paying exorbitant fees for hotel rooms? Are you ready to follow your own itinerary and go off on a road trip? If so, investing in a travel trailer / caravan, or motorhome (also known as an RV for Recreational Vehicle) could be a good choice for you. With more young people discovering the joys of caravanning, the unrivaled convenience of a second home-on-wheels has seen bookings surge in recent months. Continue reading Travel Trailer vs. Motorhome: Which is Best For You?
Dogs are considered man’s best friend for a reason. They offer companionship, loyalty, and unconditional love that is unrivaled by any other animal. For many people, dogs are also a source of outdoor adventure. There’s nothing quite like hiking or camping with your pup by your side.
Dogs love the outdoors as much as we do, but there are a few things to remember before heading out on your next adventure with your canine companion. Here are 12 tips for ensuring your outdoor adventure is perfect for you and your four-legged friend. Continue reading 12 Tips for a Perfect Outdoor Adventure with Your Dog
Research shows that more than 10 million RVs or motorhomes owned by US families sit unused for a good amount of time each year. Owners spend large amounts of money on storage and parking fees, taxes, and depreciation of the vehicle as time passes. Many have turned to RV rentals as a side hustle to earn extra money to cover the costs of ownership. This is especially so with the domestic travel industry enjoying a surge in demand for these vehicles during the Coronavirus pandemic, as travelers look for RV rentals by owner. Continue reading What You Need To Know Before Renting Out Your RV
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It’s safe to say that last summer was completely strange. We will surely remember the 2020 summer season for social distancing, lockdowns, and feelings of anxiety. Fortunately, this summer is completely different. As more and more people are getting vaccinated, more countries are beginning to open their borders to foreigners, coffee shops and restaurants are reopening, and it seems that life is slowly going back to normal. Whether you have caught the travel bug after a year spent at home or you just want to spend time with your family, go out with your friends and have some good, old fun, here are several ways you can spend this summer.
Now that we’re in the midst of crazy Winter Storm Action here in NYC, looking at this snow-themed window display of camper-mannequins toasting marshmallows over a fake camp fire actually makes me feel warm. I forgot to pay attention to the name of whatever store this fun display is part of, but it’s on Broadway above Canal Street, perhaps between Grand and Prince. Happy Hunting.