Holidays

This time of year can be hectic no matter what kind of lifestyle you enjoy. Many families on the road take time off to travel back home for the holidays or simply enjoy their surroundings for the season. No matter what your holiday schedule, the Roadschool Moms team encourages you to Roadschool through the Holidays. […]

With the holidays just a few weeks away, the Roadschool Moms sit down this week to chat about their ten favorite gifts for the RV traveling family: A National Park Pass No matter what kind of traveler you are, visiting our National Park System is a real treasure. From the Jr. Ranger programs to the […]

Living in an RV requires daily routines that involve words like small, managable, and minimal. ¬†Thanksgiving dinner, no matter where you cook it, has a tendency to be big! This week on Roadschool Moms, Kimberly and Mary Beth share their 5 Top Tips for whipping up Thanksgiving Dinner in Your RV and it involves two […]

One day, the Roadschool 101 crew will get to achieve one of their leap list goals by spending the weeks between Flag Day and July 4th on the east coast in the midst of historical adventures –¬†Colonial Williamsburg to Washington DC. Until then, we just keep the yearning for learning going with quick pit-stops in […]

July 4th is a favorite holiday among our crew. Traditionally, we’ve always centered the holiday around a cook-out of some sort, family festivities, and fireworks. Since we’ve been on the road, where we watch July 4th fireworks has became part of the leap list of places we hope to visit some day. I’ve found that […]

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