20 Items for the Perfect RV Kitchen

If there is one question we get A LOT, it is how do we eat while we’re on the road. Well, just like you… we cook! Now that we have been in Little Bear for 9 months – we’ve filtered out the “keeps” and “keep-nots” from our kitchen. And here are the items that made the cut – our perfect kitchen set-up!

10 More Tiny Trailer Mods

We recently attended the annual Texas Tiny Trailer Rally hosted by Princess Craft. Once again, it was a weekend surrounded by amazingly talented and ingenious campers who were happy to allow me to share their creative ideas! Enjoy the video showcasing their creative modifications, and find out more at the links below. Shopping through our Amazon links even helps support us on the road!

14 Useful Camping Accessories

We recently attended the annual Texas Tiny Trailer Rally hosted by Princess Craft. Once again, it was a weekend surrounded by amazingly talented and ingenious campers who were happy to allow me to share their creative ideas! Enjoy the video showcasing their favorite camping accessories, and find out more at the links below. Shopping through our Amazon links even helps support us on the road!

Deconstructing the Year Beard

by Kendrick Callaway It’s amazing what can push a man over the edge—you know, make him snap. I remember Halloween of 2018 quite vividly. I’m not exactly the kind of guy who enjoys celebrating the holiday, but Mandy insisted and I gave in. In a last minute effort to come up with costumes she decided…

Winterizing your T@B 400!

It’s that time of year again! With temps dipping down below freezing, don’t risk bursting pipes in your RV… winterize! In this video, Kendrick will walk you through 10 quick steps to winterize your TAB 400… but, we do it a bit different. We prefer to use vodka rather than anti-freeze. Vodka will only allow you to go down to temps around -16 degrees F, but we prefer this all natural, easy to to clean method. Happy winter camping!

The Colorado 14er Project: Day 6

Day 6 was a return to early morning wake ups (one of the harder parts of this project) and the thin air above 14,000 feet (one of the more fun parts of this project). The 4:30am departure to the trailhead was rough, but that’s why coffee exists.