Category Archives: Things that Caught our Eye

Have you seen this bicycle RV camper?

Over coffee this morning, skimming through my Facebook feed, what do I see? A bicycle pulling a teensie RV! The company is in Denmark and now offers Wide Path Campers in the US. According to the website, "the 2017 US model is based on the Wide Path Camper prototype 2015. Where the design now is sharpened…
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An RVer’s Guide To Washington DC

This article we came across does a great job describing how an RVer can enjoy Washington DC. There are enough of we RVer's who are very cautious about exploring big cities with our RVs. The author, Liz Wilcox, tells her readers, "Going to Washington, D.C. is an incredible experience. Traveling there in an RV can…
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These RVers Are Traveling The U.S. To Help Dogs Find New Homes

We love their humor too! Check out 'When you dog gets bullied at the dog park!' "Two guys and their six rescue dogs are driving across the US in a unique Class C RV to help bring awareness to local animal shelters. Lee Asher and his friend/videographer Luke started The Asher House after a successful…
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13 Best Beach Camping Spots

Now that summer has arrived for most of us, we often turn our thoughts to the majesty of beaches... the waves, sun glistening, sandy beaches, collecting shells, eating fresh seafood... When we find something particularly interesting, we enjoy sharing them with you in our  'Things that Caught our Eyes' portion of the website. So here…
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Check out this Adorable Egg-Shaped Camper

This caught our eyes this week. What an adorable camper... inside and out. 'There’s a subset of tiny houses that include mobile tiny houses, and the Barefoot Caravan fits the bill. It almost looks like something our grandparents might have had hooked up to their cars, but apparently they do make ’em like they used…
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Don’t Look for VW’s Grand California in California

If you remember back, VW was in the small van business for a while. It had its Westfalia Weekender that were really way ahead of the popular class B trend going on now. Look's like VW is stepping up their game with this new model California... According to this article in Car and Driver, "Bigger…
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Inside a Rare 1964 Clark Cortez RV

Matt and Amanda from The Van Project travel full-time in a self-renovated 1964 Clark Cortez RV.  This classic motorhome had been built from 1963 to 1979 by the Clark Forklift Company, with only 3,211 units ever sold and about 1,800 still around today. Check it out!
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Meet the Hi-Lo Trailers

There are many iconic campers on American roads like Airstreams and Shastas. One that might not be as well known, but has a strong cult following due to its uniqueness and quality in construction, are the Hi-Lo trailers. Hi-lo’s are essentially hard-shelled pop up trailers that move up through a telescopic hydraulic lift system. Hi-Lo's…
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Do you ever wonder about converting a school bus?

Many people prefer converted buses over manufactured RVs because they feel more spacious and homey. But ask anyone who has completed a skoolie and they will tell you that it is no easy project. Gutting out all of the seats and building out the bus yourself can be intimidating if you don’t have any prior…
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2018 Luxury Motorhomes – over the top!

Space, opulence, what more could we want! "The latest motorhomes are here at Motor Home Specialist with lots of impressive new features. These top of the line coaches aren’t only big enough for the whole family but they come with residential appliances, high-end entertainment options and more." - More
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