Hiking down into Slaughter Canyon Cave on a tour
Conquer Your Fear Of The Dark At Carlsbad Caverns
April 4, 2018

A look at Carlsbad Caverns tours, and what it’s like to explore the caves.  What’s it like to not be able to see your own hand in front of your face? Waving your hand frantically in front of you… it’s pitch black, you know it’s there, but you can’t see it!

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RV Adventures 2018: Sarah and Lucas at El Morro NM
Virtual Kamper’s RV Adventures – 2018
March 27, 2018

Life on the road can be lonely during our RV adventures. Long stretches of highway and what feels like eons between when we see friends and relatives. Sometimes, even finding community in an RV park or campground can be difficult. Some things have helped

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Hiking Books
2 Hiking Books That Will Make You Laugh and Cry
October 30, 2017

A look at two hiking books, and how newbie hikers approach thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail (A Walk In The Woods) and the Pacific Crest Trail (Wild). Backpacking trips as a newbie are challenging. I’ve only completed one such trip in my hiking career so far, and… I drastically overpacked. Carrying that much gear is exhausting:…

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Lucas biking Schoodic Peninsula.
Visiting Acadia? You Need to See This Stunning Ocean View
October 18, 2017

Schoodic Peninsula offers the stunning oceans views in Acadia National Park with a bit of something for everyone, at any pace: biking, hiking, or just a scenic drive. Picture coastal Maine: Cruising along the coast while watching the waves hit the beach. The smell of salt in the air, sounds of seagulls, and a rainbow…

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Snails and Barnacles on Bar Island hike.
Fun and Easy Tidepool Hikes In Acadia National Park
September 30, 2017

Did you know there are hikes in Acadia National Park that you can only do for a few hours a day? And, on these hikes there’s a unique world of creatures you can explore? If this sounds interesting to you, then you must go on one of the tidepool hikes in Acadia National Park. When…

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Phases of the total solar eclipse.
Solar Eclipse 2017: A New Beginning as Full-Time RVers
September 13, 2017

Describing a total solar eclipse in one word: awesome. And not the way many of us use the word colloquially — count me as guilty for overusing awesome — but in the true sense of the word: inspiring awe. We traveled far to be in the path of totality for the total solar eclipse of…

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Camping Checklist - Basic Supplies
The Only Car Camping Checklist You’ll Need!
February 7, 2017

The Virtual Kampers share their epic car camping checklist years of camping in their Mini Cooper. Before Lucas and I bought the RV and began full-time travel, we car camped nearly every summer for a decade with our beautiful blue Mini Cooper. Now, if you’ve been in a Mini Cooper before, you know there is…

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Sarah & Lucas hiking the North Inlet Trail
Rocky Mountain National Park: Backpacking The North Inlet Trail
January 27, 2017

How’s a weekend in the wilderness backpacking Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) sound? Three days and two nights, alone with your best friends, with only what you carry in on your backs. Sounds like a great getaway, right? It is! It’s also thrilling, beautiful, and… a great way to burn calories!

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$60 camping tent
Camping on a Budget: What Gear Do You Really Need?
January 17, 2017

Can I tell you a secret? Nearly all of our original camping gear was bought on a budget from Walmart and Target. Do you know how long our original gear has lasted? Over 8 years!

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Backpacking in RMNP.
Find the Best Campsite: 5 Websites You’ll Love!
July 20, 2016

We share our secrets on how to find the best campsite — 5 handy websites cover all the bases! Tent camping or RVing, we’ve got you covered.  Now, I’m one of those strange people who loves to plan. Parties, vacations, projects… you name it, I probably like to plan it. However, the RV lifestyle has…

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