Love Your RV – Boondocking Basics

RV Boondocking Photo

Introduction These last few months traveling the US South West we have really embraced dry camping without hookups or also called Boondocking. We thoroughly enjoy boondocking. Usually there are little or no camping fees, beautiful scenery, peace and quiet and as large as you want camping area. Nowadays getting out and camping in a remote … Read more

Dry camping at Glamis Dunes

Algodones Dunes

We have a week to kill until our next scheduled RV Resort stint at the Thousand Trails in Las Vegas so decided to check out an area of the Imperial Dunes Recreation Area called Glamis Dunes. We had boondocked fairly close to the dunes when getting our teeth done in Algodones and they kind of … Read more

RVers Quick & Simple Guide to Social Media

Social Media Icons

This post is meant to be a quick primer for all you RVers out there that may be still be in the learning stages of this whole Social Media revolution. We still have email and standard websites to plan our RV trips and communicated back home and with each other. But there is a great slew … Read more

LoveYourRV.com RV Tips

Hello Readers and thanks so much for following my RV Blog. I hope you’re enjoying your visits and being entertained and informed. I’m working hard to try to make it one of the better RV related blogs out there. I have updated the LoveYourRV.com website to include an RV Tips section. This section will hold … Read more

RVing with Dogs

Angie the beagle

Introduction Anne and I have traveled many times with our two beagles along with us, Oscar a 45 lb. male and Angie a much smaller 20 lb. female.  It is one of the reasons we decided to see North America in an RV. We desired to embark on a one year trip and couldn’t imagine … Read more

RV Trip along Scenic Byway 12, Utah

Scenic Byway 12

After our terrific visits to Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks we meandered our way down the world-famous Scenic Byway 12, Utah. We had read that this was one of the most beautiful stretches of road in Utah and the US for that manner. It did not disappoint, the concentration of amazing scenery was awesome. … Read more

Spring Visit to Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks

Introduction to Zion In May of 2012 Anne and I had the extreme pleasure of visiting Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks.  These would be the first of five national parks we would visit in our month-long travels through Southern Utah. We decided to start with Zion National Park. We had read a few reviews … Read more

Our visit to the Bay of Fundy and Hopewell Rocks

A highlight of our 2011 visit to the Canadian Maritimes was the Bay of Fundy and Hopewell Rocks. This area has always intrigued me because it has the highest tides in the world. It was on my bucket list of places to explore when we hit the east coast. The Hopewell Rocks, also called the … Read more

Big Bend National Park Visit – Spring 2012

Grapevine Hill - Big Bend National Park (800x600)

In the spring of 2012 Anne and I made the trek down to visit Big Bend National Park. It is located along the Rio Grande on the Mexican border in West Texas.  This is where the Rio Grande takes a big bend, hence the name. Anne was inspired to go after seeing many beautiful images … Read more

Visit to Saguaro National Park

Saguaro National Park

My wife Anne has wanted to photograph the huge Saguaro Cactus for a while now. Since we love the National Parks we decided to head on over to Tucson and make a visit to Saguaro National Park for the first time. There are no campgrounds in the park for a rig our size but we … Read more

Visit to Balboa Park, San Diego

Balboa Park San Diego

During our recent stay at Pio Pico Thousand Trails RV Park we made many day trips in to San Diego. We went to most of the star attractions that San Diego has to offer. Of course we went to the world-famous San Diego Zoo and the beaches but my favorite was a visit to Balboa … Read more

Feeding Giraffes at The Living Desert

Feeding Giraffes Living Desert

The Living Desert is a Zoo and Gardens complex in the Palm Springs area of Southern California.  We are headed to the world-famous San Diego Zoo soon but as a primer we stopped by this one. It has a nice assortment of animals from both Africa and North America as well as different garden areas. … Read more