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12 Jun
RV Breakfast: Smoothie Stock Up List

RV Breakfast: Smoothie Stock Up List

Sometime during our second year of RVing, we realized that we had been sucked into the vortex of unhealthy breakfast habits. Too many pancakes, too many bagels. This was truly a puzzle because at home we ate very healthy breakfasts on a daily basis. Yogurt, oatmeal, and eggs were in regular rotation and popular with both kids and adults. We knew we had to take back breakfast. One of the benefits of having an RV is that it is your home on wheels and you can bring your healthy habits with you on the road. No excuses. We could do quick, easy,... Read More
07 May
Unboxing the Toas-Tite Sandwich Grill

Unboxing the Toas-Tite Sandwich Grill

If you listened to our Spring Gear Guide Podcast, you know that Jeremy’s pick for best in show was the Toas-Tite. As soon as we started experimenting with this campfire cooking toy, we just couldn’t stop ourselves. I’m going to admit it…we even had Toas-Tite tuna melts last night for dinner. And then there was the night we had Reubens. Oh, and the breakfast burritos… Trust us, this little cast aluminum treasure can be addicting. Check out our most recent YouTube Unboxing of the Toas-Tite for all the details about... Read More
13 Oct
What’s for Breakfast? 3 Easy RV Alternatives to Pancakes

What’s for Breakfast? 3 Easy RV Alternatives to Pancakes

Last week on Episode 3 of the RV Family Travel Atlas, we talked about how our mornings at the campground have changed over the years. We used to feel like authentic camping days had to begin with eggs, bacon, and pancakes. But we soon realized that we liked to get out and about early, and we didn’t like the weight of a heavy breakfast dragging us down. So we adjusted our habits a bit and started eating things like yogurt, oatmeal, and peanut butter toast. Over time I’ve added some breakfast menu items that have eventually turned... Read More
11 Sep
Great Food without the Crowds: Eating and the Quiet Side of Acadia

Great Food without the Crowds: Eating and the Quiet Side of Acadia

This summer Good Morning America named Acadia National Park “America’s Favorite Place” and people from everywhere flocked to see what the fuss was all about. We found the park much more crowded compared to our previous visits, and this led us to explore some of the quieter places on the island. If you are visiting for the first time, places like Jordan Pond House in the National Park and The Lompoc Cafe in Bar Harbor are not to be missed. But don’t get stuck waiting in line at the crowded downtown tourist joints. Just a short drive away... Read More

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