Authors Kay and Tom Seliskar almost two decades exploring, writing, living full-time on-the-road
Tom and Kay Seliskar began living on-the-road in their mid-40s. Now, more than 19 years later they continue their nomadic lifestyle. After years of crisscrossing North America, their favorite RVing memories evolves around boondocking in beautiful scenic places. "We c
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Overnight dry camping stops at SKP RoVer's Roost in Casa Grande, Az; SKP Dream Catcher in Deming, NM
To backtrack just a little, after a week in Yuma, we needed to cover some ground so we  opted for overnight stops in dry camping at the Escapees' RV parks near Casa Grande, Ariz. and again in Deming, NM. At the RoVer's Roost RV Park in Casa Grande we parked by anoth
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Update on Quartzsite, Part 3 -- 'Boondocking and gathering of friends' including Escapees RV Club
(This is the last of three "Updates on Quartzsite 2016.") Hundreds of thousands of RV boondockers camp on BLM (Bureau of Land Management)  near Quartzsite, Ariz. each winter. Boondocking, a term synonymous with 'dry camping,' is when RVers live off what they ca
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Georgia State Parks' Snowbird special 'til Feb. 28
Just received an email from the Escapees RV Club about an amazing camping special for Snowbirds migrating through the Peach State this winter. It seems that Georgia State Parks are offering discounts of 30 to 50 perecent off their rates on campsites at a dozen
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RV snowbirds wheeling south - Part 1: At least a million including Richard and Donna Shrauger
This is Part 1 of a 5-post series on “RV snowbirds wheeling south" .  Whooping cranes and Canada geese are not the only birds to migrate south when the temperatures begin to dip in northern latitudes. Each winter more than a million "Snowbirds" in their rec
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If you use public lands, your fees could increase if this bill gets through Congress
I love our nation's public lands and camp on them often. I want them to remain public and open to all to use and not sold off to speculators. According to the Escapees RV Club, there is a bill making its way through Congress that is destined to do just that. Acco
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Solo full-time RVer Kate Bright travels back roads in her own van conversion
One of our longtime full-time RV friends, Kate Bright, pulled into the Escapees' Timber Valley RV Park in southern Oregon to catch up with Jimmy and I -- not just once during this summer's traveling season, but twice. The first time was in June when she was heading n
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Canadian RV Snowbirds back in their little 'off the grid' home after winter in Southwest
The last time we saw Ann Hutchinson and Wayne Robertson they were packing their traveling rig -- a brand new 2014 Lance Camper that sits on their 2012 Ford F250. That was toward the end of March, just one day before they were leaving Yuma for their "little place" o
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Three RV parks near historic town of Oakland, Oregon
Three full-service RV parks are within a short drive (3-4 miles) of the historic small town of Oakland, Ore., recently featured on the RV Short Stops website. Timber Valley RV Park is an Escapees RV Club members-only facility.  The 206-site park is nestled in a vall
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End to free overnight parking at Wal-Mart?
Recent posts on two leading RV online sites bring attention to how the actions of a family of traveling musicians temporarily living in their car at an Arizona Wal-Mart can potentially take away a huge convenience of free overnight parking for thousands of responsible R