In this episode of Off the Beaten Path but Not Lost, we talk about things to do in Idaho with your family and where to camp. After spending months in the desert (Utah, Arizona, and Nevada), we were ready for some green trees and water. Idaho delivered. https://thefaiolas.com/9
Arizona is a popular winter destination for RVers. We spent the winter visiting and playing in Arizona. On this episode of Off the Beaten Path but Not Lost we share places to stay in Arizona and some fun Jeep trails. Shownotes: thefaiolas.com/7
In our latest episode, we discuss boondocking and free camping tips. Boondocking is camping that is self-contained and off-grid. You might also hear it called dispersed, primitive, wild, or dry camping. It all means the same thing - not connected to commercial power, water, or sewer.
We had so much to talk about on the topic of Disney World that we had to break the podcast into two parts. Last week we spoke about annual passes, COVID, campgrounds, and Magic Kingdom. This week we're going to wrap up our Disney conversation talking about the other three parks - Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios. https://thefaiolas.com/5
We spent two months in the Orlando, Florida area at Disney World. In this episode, we discuss annual passes, RV campgrounds within 25 minutes of the parks, COVID, and Magic Kingdom. This is part 1 and part 2 will be next week.
Show notes: https://thefaiolas.com/4
After spending a month in the area, we have compiled a list of free family things to do in Las Vegas and the surrounding area. We stayed in Las Vegas at the end of 2020 and into the new year. It was a lot of fun, and we explored some off-the-beaten-path adventures that didn't break the bank. You will find Jeep trails, road trips, attractions, and fun things to do on the strip.
In this episode, we give you our move day and road trip tips on keeping your kiddos (and yourself) happy. Our road trips in the Jeep can be a couple of hours to all day in the car. Many of our road trips are going to a Jeep trail, so that's even longer in the Jeep. Our move days can be from an hour to five hours. We have even had a couple of nine-hour days, and that's a long time driving in an RV.
Shownotes - https://thefaiolas.com/2
This inaugural episode included a lot of firsts. It was our first time exploring Utah, our first mountain pass, and our first Harvest Host experience. We also dive into a discussion about boondocking near Moab, fun off-road trips, dinosaur tracks, and so much more. This trip was on the east side of the state, and we will be returning to visit the other side of the state at a different time.
Shownotes - https://thefaiolas.com/1/