Currently Wandering » Family of 5 Traveling the United States in 188 Square Feet of Airstream Awesomeness.

The morning we left Hot Springs National Park, we made a quick decision to take the long way to Bentonville and drive past the Buffalo National River. The drive through the backroads was beautiful, and we were rewarded with an empty campground at Tyler Bend. We were startled to discover that we had great Verizon, and […]

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  • Lisa Bridges - I’m glad you enjoyed my Beautiful Home State. I live near Hot Springs and the Buffalo River is an annual trip for our family. There are a lot waterfalls in the area to explore.ReplyCancel

There are a few terms that get tossed around in the RV/camping world that are probably unfamiliar to most people. While I’ve never seen an actual dictionary to define these terms, we’ve been around for awhile and we’ve seen a general consensus among the full time crowd. Many travelers prefer to stay in RV Parks, […]

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  • Rebecca - Herbal Essences Naked Dry Shampoo is my favorite dry shampoo, too — and I’ve tried a LOT of varieties. It’s the only one that doesn’t leave my scalp feeling super itchy, and I feel like it’s also lighter than a lot of other varieties so it doesn’t weigh my hair down. I’ll have to give the Action wipes a try. I usually use Burt’s Bees Sensitive Facial Cleansing Towelettes. They aren’t super heavy duty, but my skin is fairly sensitive and these don’t irritate me. I think this winter we’ll be doing more dry camping than I was brave enough to try last winter, so I’ll need something more heavy duty. Thanks for the tips!ReplyCancel

    • Jess - Oooh! Good to hear its your favorite because I haven’t tried that many brands. Hooray! My face is pretty sensitive so I don’t actually use the Action Wipes or Epic wipes on my face. I’ll have to look for the Burt’s Bees ones. Those sound like something I could use. Thanks!ReplyCancel