Category Archives: RV Books & Tales by Gord B.

A Special Gift for RVers

Hi, welcome to my RV Travel website. Lynda and I are avid RV travelers. Since retiring, more than 10 years ago we've enjoyed many tours throughout North America. Our RV travels have taken us from our home in southern British Columbia, Canada north to Alaska, south to Mexico and east to Texas and Florida enjoying many sights and experiences along the way.  In recent years Lynda and I took up traveling with close friends, we continue to travel as a group. Traveling with others adds another Read more [...]

A New RV E-Book – The Boondocking Dry Camping Guide

A great new kindle book about Boondocking and Dry camping.   Boondocking and dry camping is probably the most exciting and satisfying camping adventure. Cheaper, more space, and quieter are just some of the advantages of boondocking. After 40 of RV travel and boondocking from the Canadian wilderness to the Mexican border Lynda and I wrote a book to share our extensive knowledge of boondocking. Learn how to prepare your RV for extended boondocking Read more [...]

The RV Buyers Guide

It's spring, some of us are considering investing thousands in an RV. Before you take the plunge educate yourself with the "RV Buyers Guide". For the price of a special coffee, download in seconds. Read how 40 years of owning RVs will help you decide which RV model is right for you. Download in seconds from Amazon. Choosing an RV is a complicated task, there are so many models and sizes to choose from. If you have never owned an RV the task could be confusing and frustrating. Lynda and Read more [...]

MY New RV Kindle Books – from $4.99

OUR RV TRAVEL TALES The Best RV Book of the Year     " Suspense"  "Thrilling"  "Hilarious" "This book will keep you glued to your chair" "I was riveted,  I missed my bus stop," writes Laurie from Princeton. "Amazing stories,"  writes Marcia from RV Magazine. "Wow what a writer," says Lynda from Missezula Lake .                 A Book of this quality normally sells for 5 Times this price, Get Your Copy Today on Sale the post publishing price of Just $4.99.      Read more [...]

Quartzsite Tales – The Book Store

As I mentioned in a previous article,Quartzsite Tales, Lynda, my wife, and I have visited Quartzsite several times on our RV travels. There is plenty to do in this desert town from ATVing in the hills, to attending the world's largest flea market or visiting the small town antique shops. The cooler days can be spent on an ATV exploring the hills and trails in all directions and maybe even a trip to the hamlet of Brenda for lunch and bread pudding with whisky sauce for desert...yummm. Late Read more [...]

Quartzsite Tales – A Too Close Encounter

Every year Lynda and I look forward to our early spring trip to the South west US desert. Once we have had our fill of ice fishing, snowmobiling, tobogganing and the grand children have had their winter visit, it is time to head to the warm weather. If you have never traveled to the vast desert area that includes southern California, Arizona and New Mexico, you are truly missing a great winter break. The sun shines every day although in the dead of winter it may be cool some mornings . Maybe Read more [...]

Camping – Why?

Camping and RVing is one of life's greatest adventures, and the best part is it may be enjoyed by just about everyone. No matter if you're a wealthy executive or a retired pensioner with limited income. If you can manage to buy or borrow a tent and can afford a tank of gas or a bus ticket the world is your oyster. Camping is a great way to escape the pressures of daily life and enjoy some true relaxation. Getting away is more a state of mind that doesn't need to be measured in distance. I Read more [...]

The Arizona Book Club – a less than conventional convention

When RV traveling to Arizona there are various groups you may be invited to join if the fickle members are so inclined and in the opinion of one of the charter members you have something to offer. The Clubs I have been invited to join several of these clubs. The pickle ball club was the first to approach me, but after a couple of games my invitation was quickly withdrawn and I was sent crying to my mom. The next was the Yoga club, but and I mean butt, because apparently you need to get Read more [...]

A Day in the Life of a Retired Rver.

By the time an Rver is ready to retire from the road many thousands miles have passed under his rig and the call of the wandering road is fading, He's ready to park it for good. We will all reach this milestone and another stage of life begins. Some of us will make the transition gracefully and others not so much. I guess getting old is a bonus otherwise if you're not getting old you're………..? After retiring from the joys of RV traveling, life becomes a little less exciting and a little Read more [...]