Embracing RV Life to Travel the United States A lucrative job in the financial world, a 3,700 square-foot house and a comfortable life in Kansas just wasn’t making Chanel Fortier fulfilled anymore. After what she called a “spiritual awakening,” she started uncluttering her life, donating possessions, donating furniture, and getting ready to take her life on the road across America in a custom brand new RV build.
The Best State Parks in Tennessee Tennessee is the land of the great smoky mountains, boisterous honky tonks, and the infamous Graceland. While these things have made the southern state famous, there is so much more to Tennessee than meets the eye. There are not only spectacular lakes and rivers, but many more waterfalls to explore than you may realize. Luckily, all of these sites are well preserved by Tennessee’s fantastic State Park system.
Surviving the Great American Road Trip — with Kids From Cleveland to Yellowstone National Park — and back — is more than 5,000 miles if you factor in all of the stops. That’s more than 70 hours in a car. Now that’s one thing if it’s just you and your best friend or spouse. It’s quite another if you have kids in tow, even if there are multiple devices involved.
Wandering the Pacific Northwest for a Weekend Roadtrip On a recent long weekend, I wandered the PNW with a fantastic drive around the region highlighted by stops at Mt. Rainier, the Columbia River Gorge, Mt. Hood, before a fantastic day on the breathtaking Oregon Coast.