There’s more to “RV retirement” than just a lawn chair

By Bob Difley This is the decade when baby boomers start retiring, taking to the highways in search of the “real America,” exploring our national parks, and boondocking in our national forests and in the southwestern deserts. Part of that dream — since you can easily recall how hard you’ve worked all your life — includes snoozing in a camp... Read More

Don’t gamble with your restraurant budget: Try a casino buffet

By Bob Difley If you’re not a gambler and you’ve never been to Las Vegas, Biloxi or Atlantic City, you may not realize the full-scale delights of a casino buffet. The hotels and casinos figure that you wouldn’t be there if you didn’t engage in gaming, and they want you to choose their casino to spend your gaming dollars —... Read More

Winter’s coming: Try low-cost camping in the Southwestern deserts

by Bob Difley With winter’s chill just around the corner, many RVers are looking toward a season spent in the Desert Southwest. And why not? Wintering there offers some of the most frugal camping and boondocking opportunities available to RVers in the nation. What makes it possible are: (1) the abundance of public land managed by the Bureau of Land... Read More