Where will this year take you? Tag your friends and let us know where you wish to visit this coming year. In seven days we will be in Sonoma County. No more desert and sweeping vistas, coastlines and greenery will soon be our home. The road beckons and we’re ready to answer the call. See you guys on the road - RVrogues
3 53an hour ago
We’ve been pretty busy the past few days at the #RVESummit and are so thankful that @joehendricksphotography has done such an awesome job capturing these moments. From volunteer duties, hosting a blogging for business workshop, and getting a quick minute on stage to share some reflection, it’s already been an incredible event...and we still have 2 full days!! Thanks @heathandalyssa for making this all possible!!
We are really enjoying #Brownsville#Texas! Being so close to #Mexico, the culture here is so vibrant and festive. We went to a beautiful illuminated parade tonight that showcased bright colors, mariachi music, and fun atmosphere. #liferidingshotgun
1 333 hours ago
@veurinksrv kicked off their Winter RV Expo today! We even have a stylin’ Hot Cocoa + Coffee Bar. Oh, and did we mention a taco bar?!
If you’re local in #grandrapids and RV or looking for a new one to call yours...swing on by tomorrow for a Service Seminar, complimentary food and refreshments, exclusive Camp Store sales and so much more! #thervlifestyler#gorving#rvlifestyle
This is Maggie after I told her to go to the couch and stop asking me for scraps while I was cooking...she wasn't happy at me. Even though we don't cook any meat, you'd still be surprised how much she loves veggie scraps.
2 575 hours ago
Got to try out our new inflatable #paddleboard on lake #patagonia today. Good to be back on the water...it's been a while.
1 625 hours ago
Mornings and Evenings are very calming and relaxing at Harmony Lake RV Park in Townsend Georgia. Onward to Savannah in the morning.
Just chilling with my homies 💁🏻♀️⠀
Guys, this #RVESummit is already blowing our minds. We’ve heard some incredible stories like @188sqft overcoming failures and paying off an insane amount of debt while RVing, we took an incredible workshop by @jill.sessa on how to start outsourcing in our business - and let’s just say it was pretty much an answered prayer 🙌🏼, and we sat in awe of @peterholcombe who doesn’t just take the most insane adventure photos, but he’s creating his own dream life and career with his family. ⠀
Inspired doesn’t even begin to describe it. So stinking grateful to meet and learn from so many other amazing RV Entrepreneurs this weekend!
We kicked off our Winter RV Expo! Our team put on a seminar with helpful tips and tricks for your RV. We had some great food and loved seeing you purchase some parts and accessories for your RV.
Day 2 is tomorrow! See you then. Everyone is welcome to come on out here and do some shopping and gain new information on maintaining your RV. 😊
When I had a proper (read: LARGE) kitchen pre-RV days, I did a great deal of food preservation. Canning, pickling, fermenting, dehydrating, freezing, and curing (can you say "olives?"). One day I stumbled across a used book on homemade liqueurs and learned to do that, as well.
The irony was (and is) that we rarely drink. I love the process of learning, though, so we ended up with boatloads of tasty liqueurs. Pomegranate, orange, cacao, peach, cherry, ginger, prickly pear, and Limoncillo were all successes. We ended up giving it to friends.
I miss doing all these things and am not crazy about the small (read: tiny) RV kitchen. Once in a while, I get the urge and pickle or ferment something. While in New Mexico, I decided to attempt making Juniper liqueur. The berries steeped for several weeks before I strained them out. The resulting liqueur has aged for two months. Today I added the sugar syrup and will let it settle for two days before trying it.
On a whim, I made another one out of spices that needed clearing out of the cabinet. Any recipe suggestions for using a nutmeg-vanilla-orange peel liqueur? Nutmeg is the dominant flavor.
1 267 hours ago
Backing up your fifth wheel is skill Pete + Jordan Jones are still trying to master! Here's to hoping it gets easier with practice! (Link in our bio.)
#Vanlife will not make you happy... it only amplifies whatever your current state is. If you are stressed out and miserable, you’ll still be stressed out and miserable living in a tiny space. If you are on a life path living with purpose and passion it can be an incredible vehicle on your journey.
As part of the training platform we founded, Creator Academy, I take multiple coaching calls each and every day with people looking to make a change in their life and find their own time & financial freedom. Each call is unique based on the individual and it’s a fun challenge for me to navigate the dynamic of each call as a coach.
I am blown away by the number of people that have put off what they really want to be doing until they are living in their van or traveling full time. The truth is that you have the power today to start sharing your authentic message and mission with the world. You don’t need a van or $100k sitting in your bank account. You just need a focus.
I use my camera each and every day to create inspiring content even if we were not in our van. Why? Because photography makes me happy. I love capturing experiences and places to share and inspire others. The act of CREATING is so much more fulfilling than simply consuming. #createmoreconsumeless#40hoursoffreedom
Can I be honest for a hot second? At times, I feel like I have no clue what I'm doing on here. I have a hard time coming up with captions to go with my photos, and I often have no clue what exactly to share here. Should I tell everyone what we did? Should I write something witty? Should I get nitty gritty and deep? I rarely have the right thing to say.
I also often see people writing about how everyone should be more open about the occasional hardships of life on the road, but whenever I've written about this, I feel like I am being whiny and complaining about a life that many often envy. It's a fine line knowing what is too much to share and what is too little.
The truth is that I am shy, often quiet, and that I have a hard time meeting and connecting with new people. I rarely know what is the right thing to say in real life, and the same often goes for what I share on our account. I guess what I am trying to say is that it's easy to see the little squares that make up someone's life and assume that you know things about them or their personality. Because I share so much of our life on here, people may think that I am talkative and out-going, but this is generally not the case. The larger our account has grown, the more I've felt uneasy about what I say and how I say it. It's often unsettling to know that your words and your photos are being viewed/read by so many different people...
Despite all of this, I have genuine appreciation for each and every one of you who has chosen to follow along with our journey. From the girl who overthinks everything she writes, thank-you for following us here and thank-you for every kind comment and message you have ever written. It means a lot. 🍁 ~Sam
📷: From Boardman Tree Farm in Oregon where we stopped and took way too many photos 🙈