May Adventures for the Trekking Techies

Hello world! It’s been a while since we update you guys on this blog. It was an accidental hiatus due to moving across the country and exploring our new place. Long story short, we drove across the Southeast of the U.S. Where we stayed: Oak Forest RV Resort (Austin, TX) and Lake Texoma State Park…

Mr. Bunker’s Creed

When we first moved to Columbia, South Carolina, people from here told us that it was a city not from where you wanted to be. If you wanted to go to the mountains, you could drive about 2 hours. The beach? Charleston and Myrtle Beach were right next door. The greens around the area was…

How We Downsized to Fit in a Teardrop Camper

“Where are you going to put all your stuff?” was the most common question people asked us when we started doing this RV-living journey. We asked ourselves that same questions multiple times throughout the process. Because of this, I thought it would be helpful to write down some tips and tricks on what we did…

Teardrop Camper vs. Class A RV

This is my attempt at comparing a teardrop camper and a class A RV. First of all, don’t compare these two. If you’re thinking of getting an RV soon and you’re still comparing a teardrop camper to a class A, step back and do more thinking. They cannot be more different. One is a small,…

Go Big AND Go Home

If you know me before I got married to Jason (aka, a tree man), you’d know that I didn’t like the outdoors too much. Throughout our dating period, Jason and I did some outdoorsy stuff (wimpy style) so he could show me the joy of nature. Overtime, I got to see him being happy and…

Who is Mr. Bunker

Mr. Bunker is a T@B camper trailer. He likes the rain and enjoys the cold weather. Why does that sound like he likes miserable weather? Actually, he doesn’t. His heater takes a lot less effort to warm up the small interior than cooling the room with his air conditioner during the summer. He also likes…

5 RV-Related Questions We Get Asked A Lot

If you have something that excites you, you’d want to talk about it all the time. When it comes to traveling in our camper trailer, we are super excited and want to talk about it to everyone we meet. We have been doing that a lot lately. As time counts down toward the day we…

10 Things We Learned about Camper Living

Our personalities are similar to those who plan, plan, and plan, then execute. It took us about two years to pick out the camper that we want and about another year to actually purchase it. We didn’t want to be a bad or a sometimes-good decision. We wanted it to fit us as much as…