Creamy One-Skillet Pesto Chicken Penne with Sundried Tomatoes
Last season, I started using my Lodge Cast Iron pan to cook …
Crustless Quiche
Call it what you will: a crustless quiche, a fritatta and many …
GeoPro in Capital Reef National Park

Tips and Tricks

We’ll offer our lessons learned and cools tricks we find and use.

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Stacked rocks at Ross Creek

Cool Places

Trip reports of cool places to visit across the Western United States.

Click here to find some GeoPro-tested, cools places to camp

Oven breakfast sandwiches

RV Cooking

RV cooking is just different, plain and simple. We’ll offer field-tested recipes and cooking tips that can give you more time outside and less time washing dishes.

Sharing the RV life

RVs are a great way to explore the world. They provide refuge from inclement weather, a comfortable nights sleep, a means to cook delicious food and clean-up when you are done. However, they can be intimidating. Even the smallest campers are like tiny houses on wheels with plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems to support it.

Our family loves to camp and we’ve started our journey into the RV life. We are not full-timers, we are weekend warriors and family vacationers like most of you. We’ve learned a lot and we continue to learn while exploring the Western US with our 2020 GeoPro 19BH called “Luna”.

Here we hope to share some of our (sometimes hard) lessons, cool places we visit and especially our field-tested RV cooking recipes and tips. Come join us on our journey to take our little camper to new places and see what we learn along the way.

“Luna” at Fruita Campground, Capital Reef National Park, UT, Fall 2019