I think we all know we’d like to get outside more. But have you read about the growing body of science supporting that?
I wrote an article on a recent study about this for Outdoorsy. Hope you enjoy it and get some outdoors time this winter!
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I recently collected some delicious recipes for Outdoorsy, and they’re perfect for keeping you warm this winter. If you need ideas for simple, skillet recipes, I think you’ll enjoy these!
Stay warm this winter, friends. We’re doing our best to as well!
Camping in a parking lot in your RV makes some people nervous. But honestly, it’s kind of our bread and butter when we’re traveling somewhere! It’s cheap and convenient.
Learn more about the how-tos and safety concerns here!
Ross and I have been so, so busy! This past weekend was memorable because it gave us some well-earned time off. We spent time with some of our closest friends and family, and it was wonderful! (I saw my friends Tom and John as well as my brother Robbie, and Ross spent time with his best friend, Pat. I also saw my mom for a bit.) Thanks to everyone who is making time to see us during our stay. It’s made our time here so special.
I recently wrote a post for Outdoorsy with some nice autumn campfire treats. I hope they inspire you to enjoy your culinary adventures this season!
I recently wrote a blog for Outdoorsy on some of the best places for apple picking across the U.S. I hope you enjoy it!
If you follow me, you have probably figured out how important internet access to our work! We’ve had to get really good at sourcing it and making the most of our time.
If you could use some tips, you’re in lucky! I recently wrote an Outdoorsy article on this topic. Here are four tips for working from the road.
We don’t stay at a lot of KOAs when we travel. They cater to families and are usually pretty pricey. But some of our best campground stays were KOAs, and we spent the whole summer at one this season.
So if it interests you, here is an article on the best parts of a KOA stay.
If you know Ross and I, you probably know that we are basically clueless about sports and fine with that. So you might be shocked to learn that I was recently asked to blog about RV tailgating tips for Outdoorsy.
I may not care about football, but I know how to research and I like being paid to write. So here’s my article on RV tailgating tips. Enjoy! And thanks for stopping by.
Want us to perform near you? We are seeking work in New Hampshire, particularly places we can perform our original music (cafes, theatres, restaurants, yoga studios, libraries).
Further out, we are booking Raleigh, D.C., Greenville and anything else near those East Coast cities in late November and December. Suggestions and contacts are welcome.
Thanks, and have a wonderful day!
When you’re traveling the country in an RV, you don’t necessarily need to stop at coffee shops for a latte or an espresso. But it’s a fun way to discover the local scene, and we’ve really enjoyed visiting cafes across the country.
I recently wrote a blog on this subject for Outdoorsy. Enjoy reading about five coffee shops worth a visit across the U.S.!
We’re looking for contacts for the upcoming fall and winter. Whether you know someone at a school, library, senior center, cafe or other live music venue or anywhere else that might enjoy a workshop or some live music, please let us know! We’re currently seeking connections in Raleigh, N.C. (and nearby), Washington D.C. (and the surrounding area), northern New England and the Boston area, New Mexico and Austin, TX. Thanks in advance for any leads you can provide!