How Can We Afford Lithium Batteries?

How Can We Afford Lithium Batteries?

Every time I come across RVers who have switched to lithium batteries, the first question that comes to mind is: how the heck can they afford lithium batteries? It’s no secret that they are expensive! Lithium batteries can cost anywhere from $5,000 to $8,000. So then, how the hell did we afford them?

The Unexpected: Stewart, BC & Hyder, Alaska

The Unexpected: Stewart, BC & Hyder, Alaska

There’ve been a few places, since living in the Toaster, that have totally caught us off-guard. It’s the kind of unexpectedness where a breath gets caught on its way in.

Sustainable Toothpastes: Hello Vs. Tom's Of Maine

Sustainable Toothpastes: Hello Vs. Tom's Of Maine

So what happens when you email a company telling them why you chose not to buy their product? In this particular case, I ended up exchanging emails with the CEO of the company.

Not what I was expecting. But it helped me decide between using Hello or Tom's of Maine products.

Skirting The Toaster For Winter

Skirting The Toaster For Winter

When we decided to spend the winter season in the snowy mountains of Washington, we were a little bit hesitant. RVs and freezing weather doesn't exactly go hand in hand. But with the right preparations it can be a successful and enjoyable experience. Check out our video on skirting the Toaster.

How The Road Changed Us: Becoming Vegetarians

How The Road Changed Us: Becoming Vegetarians

Now more than ever, our environment needs more defenders. We thought that living in an all solar rig and driving on waste vegetable oil was doing our part. But our vegan road friends, Backroad Bennetts, had us watch Cowspiracy. This documentary made us realize what we eat, specifically meat, has a much bigger impact on the environment than any other aspect of our lives.

Tombstone Mountain Campground & A Rare Boondocking Site, Yukon

Tombstone Mountain Campground & A Rare Boondocking Site, Yukon

There's only one campground in Tombstone Territorial Park and by luck we found a pretty nice boondocking site about 12 miles from the campground.

Welcome To Tombstone Territorial Park, Yukon

Welcome To Tombstone Territorial Park, Yukon

Photos of Tombstone Territorial Park caught my eye. Its jagged peaks that reached straight into the sky and unbelievably colorful rolling tundra. Just Google “Tombstone Territorial Park” and you’ll want to book the next flight to Yukon. On top of that, the park area is referred to as “Patagonia of the North”. For me, Tombstone was going to be the climax of my time in Yukon.