Finding Free Spots to Camp
Camping can be expensive! Just a simple recreation site with basic picnic tables and pit toilets, like the ones we saw up in Yukon, can run about $20/night. Reservable sites at more popular parks can be $60/night after paying reservation and administration fees. And that's for the non-electrical sites. Full sites with hookups can be over $70/night. If you're only going for a few nights, it might not be a big deal, but when you're on the road for months at a time like we are, that can add up to $600 to $2000+ per month. That seems like a lot of money just for a small, outdoor spot of land.
In our latest video we give some tips and ideas we use to find free campsites. Free camping is available in so many places, gives us a chance to see things from a different perspective, and makes sleeping in our SUV Camper much more affordable on long road trips.
How to Work Remotely While Traveling Abroad or on a Road Trip
Being able to work remotely has given us so many travel options. With a bit of work flexibility and a good internet connection, we're able to work from almost anywhere in the world. We've been able to work remotely everywhere from apartments in Europe to our Honda Pilot SUV Tiny Camper on road trips in Yukon and Alaska. Not every place has the same internet access so some flexibility and willingness to change travel plans to accommodate meetings and deadlines is essential.
Grand Canyon Rim to River and Up Again
How Emilie prepared for and did the 26km (18 mile) hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon and up again in one day.
Spending a month in Athens, with trips to the Acropolis, the Meteora Rocks, and the Temple of Poseidon.
Hiking Tongariro Crossing, New Zealand
Our hike through the Tongariro Crossing and other adventures in New Zealand.
Road Trip Through Australia
Sydney and Melbourne, camping and hiking in the red center, and snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef.
Road trip through Arches National Park, the Grand Canyon, Temecula, and the Pacific Northwest.