J’adore – My Favorite RV Lifestyle Gear – Kitchen Edition

Last week I shared my favorite outdoor gear, the clothes, and shoes, etc. that I wore nearly every day on the road in the RV during Project Escape. As I have previously mentioned, when it comes to RVing space and weight are key concerns. Nowhere is that a bigger hindrance for foodies than the kitchen! In general, we prioritized food.  We knew we were going to have problems sourcing certain … [Read more...]

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J’adore – My Favorite RV Lifestyle Gear – Wardrobe Edition

Now that I shared some of our trip highlights and I gave you a peek into our budget, I thought I might share some of the gear that made Project Escape enjoyable. The most important part of RVing, except for all the fun you are going to have in it, is what you put in it.  The two critical things you have to take into account is limited space and weight restrictions.  One of the most dangerous … [Read more...]

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Project Escape Recap: By the Numbers

Last week I shared the trip highlights from our year on the road living in an RV, an event otherwise known as Project Escape.  This week I wanted to share some of the numbers involved in making that happen.  I tried my hand at making my own infographic, holy hell, do I love Canva.com! Et voilà! A Few Explanations You can find all 55 weeks of Weekly Wanderings here. And I'd like to personally … [Read more...]

3 RV Parks Near National Parks

We were so lucky to have visited twenty-one national park sites during our one year on the road. In my experience, when it comes to traveling by RV, finding RV parks near national parks is one of the most important factors of a good visit. At least in the Misadventures family. I didn't write a lot about the RV parks we stayed in.  We paid for all our stays on our own. Meaning I didn't do any … [Read more...]

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Weekly Wanderings #55 – On the Road/Portland

It's been a tough week. If I had to label the mood, it'd be dispirited. Our frozen misadventures continued (having started last week) and I'm not talking the Disney movie kind. We only stayed in West Wendover two nights instead of three. The Bonneville Salt Flats in the winter are a bust. Or at least, this winter. The second night in our RV park, ours because we were the only ones there, the … [Read more...]

Weekly Wanderings #47 – On The Road

We traveled on I-10 West for daaaayyyyyssss.......  We hit it last Friday when we drove through Tampa. We stayed in North Tampa that evening. Then Tallahassee on Saturday.  Given that Key West is the southernmost spot in the U.S., it took us four days to get out of Florida! We hit rain in Tampa and Tallahassee and Sunday we stayed in Mobile where there were major thunderstorms.  Didn't prevent … [Read more...]

Weekly Wanderings #22 – Central Oregon, Dayville

What a crappy week with a capitol “C.” I feel really bad writing that given the two horrific events that took place in Orlando this week (as well as the terrible shooting in Paris). But it’s the truth. Worst week thus far with the RV. We hit our 6-months on the road anniversary and to celebrate, our big guy (I know vehicles are usually female, but I get a male vibe from ours) decided to … [Read more...]

Weekly Wanderings #11 – Bryce Canyon

Every week seems to be a little different, which keeps things interesting. We've had some stresses this week. Snow for four days straight, temps below freezing. A photo posted by Andi Fisher (@andi_fisher) on Mar 29, 2016 at 7:36am PDT We dealt with freezing temps before in New Mexico. At night we'd fill our water tanks, disconnect our hose from the park's water source and roll up … [Read more...]

Weekly Wanderings #10 – Bryce Canyon

Where to start? Last weekend I was in Irvine (California) for the WITs Summit, a conference from Wanderful made up primarily of travel bloggers. I got to see my pal Katie as well as meet Christina, Cynthia and Kelly in person. My ExperienceBuick cohort, Lois came as well. It is good to be surrounded by friends who support your efforts, everyone gets each other and what we are trying to … [Read more...]

#SahaleInspired on the Road

I don’t think it was an accident that my first experiences with Sahale Snacks were at the airport. It was writing on the wall that I would one day become a brand ambassador! I used to pick them up with a bottle of water (or coconut water if I was lucky) for my flight. While airline food has come a long way, it still has miles to go. Most of the time the snacks leave something to be desired. … [Read more...]