71. Birding and Changes to RV Miles

December 8, 2018

On today's RV Miles, Michelle Reyes talks to us about an excellent hobby for those who travel to natural areas - birding. She's got all the gear, tips and tricks you need to know to discover this unique and fun pastime. Jason and Abby talk about a listener question involving keeping the kids in touch with their friends on the road. Finally, we chat about some changes coming to RV Miles, that should make it much more of a community for anyone interested in RVing. 

70. Our Epic Week and Hot Chocolate

December 3, 2018

On this week's RV Miles, we tell part two of the tale of our breakdown woes ... it got worse, friends. Then, we talk hot chocolate recipes, including butterbeer and unicorn hot chocolate! We've also got some info on 6-volt batteries, some news, a new brain teaser, and more!

69. Fulltime Families and Space Heaters

November 24, 2018

On this jam-packed RV Miles, we chat with Jill Denkins, owner of Fulltime Families, about the organization's great support opportunities for any family looking to RV fulltime. Plus, we cover the safety tips you need to know about space heaters in an RV, along with lots of news, a new brain teaser, and more!

68. 2018 RV and Camping Holiday Gift Guide

November 17, 2018

It's time for the big annual RV Miles Holiday Gift Guide episode! We've got all sorts of goodies for every type of RV owner on any size budget — and we think two or three of our recommendations are bound to be the hottest items at the campground next season. From electric scooters, to board games, and the coolest camp clothing, find great gifts for the RV owner you love!

67. Breakdown Woes and Universal Studios

November 10, 2018

RV ownership can definitely have its ups and downs. Today, we tell the tale of Bussie's axle problems, and what it's taking to get us back on the road. Then we give you all of our best tips and tricks for visiting Universal Studios, both in Hollywood and Orlando. 

66. Dinosaurs and Ski Jumps in Salt Lake City

November 4, 2018

On this week's RV Miles, we recap our whirlwind non-stop vacation to Salt Lake City, including museums, a pioneer village, a zoo, Great Salt Lake, and (gasp) a stay in a nice hotel. We also visit neighboring Park City for a tour of the 2002 Olympic facilities, and tell you how we did it all for an incredibly affordable price. 

65. The State of Our National Parks

October 27, 2018

On this special episode of RV Miles, we talk with John Garder of the National Parks Conservation Association about the massive maintenance backlog facing the National Parks and what some of the attempts to solve the problem are. We also cover replacing halogen lights with LEDs, and a whole lot more! 

64. The Black Hills: Mount Rushmore

October 20, 2018

On this week's RV Miles, we take you to the sculpted faces of Mount Rushmore and talk about the best ways to get away from the crowds and commercialism, so that you can enjoy it as the solemn memorial it was intended to be. We also take on several listener questions about laundromats, internet, RV covers and more, along with the latest news and a new brain teaser!

63. The Black Hills: Wind Cave National Park and Hot Springs, SD

October 13, 2018

Today on RV Miles, journey with us to the southern half of the Black Hills of South Dakota, to the wonders of Wind Cave National Park — one of the best places we've found to see wildlife like bison and elk, in addition to being an extraordinary cave. We also visit Wind Cave's gateway community, Hot Springs, a charming historic town. 

62. The Black Hills: Custer State Park and the Buffalo Roundup

October 6, 2018

This week on RV Miles, we begin our tour of the stunning Black Hills region of South Dakota. We cover the simply massive Custer State Park, including its wildlife, and a unique annual event - the Buffalo Roundup, where more than 1300 wild bison are herded into corrals by cowboys and cowgirls for health checkups. 

We'll also take you on some amazing scenic drives — the Needles Highway, which spins through hairpin and pigtail turns, as well as 8' wide tunnels through the magnificent needle spires of the Black Hills, as well as the Iron Mountain Road, full of scenic vistas and striking views of Mount Rushmore. 

All that, plus some RV-related news items, a listener question, a new brain teaser, and more!