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RV Out West is a twice a month podcast focusing on the Pacific Northwest and radiating out beyond to the rest of the West. I pull a travel trailer with my family in tow and this podcast will highlight places to camp & explore, RV gear, tips & tricks, and an occasional food or cocktail recipe— all to make your camp life a little easier. #RVoutwest
 
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We spent a month on the road traveling the American West with Glacier National Park as one of our iconic stops on this trip. I share our experience navigating the new ticketed entry system in the park as well as I highlight things to see, to play, to eat and drink and where to stay. Plus, in the Pitstop I share my three phase approach to the planni…
 
Meet the S.M.A.R.T. Bus, a skoolie conversion completed by the Vickers. Hailing from Indiana Jon and Jennifer had built their professional lives and raised their family, but something had been always calling them to the road. From family road trips to now, as they just completed their build out they took their bus on its maiden voyage this summer. …
 
After owning our Jayco for six months, sleeping 49 nights in our trailer, and traveling over 3,300 miles it’s time for a full unbiased review. My wife, Susy, joins in this episode as we discuss our likes, our dislikes, trailer issues we’ve experienced, and lessons learned. Plus, Susy shares great tips on how to maximize the interior space of an RV.…
 
RV maintenance we all know is something that needs to be done to protect our trailers and motorhomes, but at times it can also feel a bit overwhelming. In this episode we discuss RV maintenance tips and techniques with Joe Testa a certified RV Inspector with the National RV Inspector Association. During the pitstop, I geek out on tools and share wh…
 
We discuss the refreshing summertime spirit of Gin, with Uncle Mark. Uncle Mark, is a world traveller, a Class-A motorhome hopeful, and a self-proclaimed food & booze geek. He shares with us a brief history of Gin, we cover the standard classical gin drinks (martini, gin and tonics), but he also gives us a wonderfully delicious recipe that is light…
 
We are going to be talking about Wilderness First Aid. This is an important and often overlooked topic as I think people think of Wilderness First Aid as something necessary for those who are deep into the backcountry or high up on a mountain and far away from medical care. That is just not the reality. In this episode we talk with Shaun Quinn, a f…
 
Lake Chelan is a four season playground for everyone. For those who live on the ‘Wet’ side of the Cascade Mountains this is where they go to play. Lake Chelan is a beautiful four hour drive from Seattle and in this episode we cover recreational activities, where to find wine, Stehekin, and the best places to RV camp. In the Pitstop, I interview my …
 
Imagine drinking great tasting water directly from the tap. Whether you’re a full-time or novice RVer, you know the value of fresh, clean water in your rig. In this episode, I chat with Keith Bernard, CEO of CLEAR2o, one of the leading manufacturers of water filtration systems for RV’s since 2008. We talk about different options and filtration solu…
 
The greatest Campground Game is not Cornhole, Ladder Ball or even Bocce, but rather the game of Washers. In this episode, we decrypt the history of this American game, discuss the details of game play and share some sporting highlights about what makes this the best game for camping. Plus, in our Pitstop, I chat with my son and we discuss the craft…
 
RV solar solutions are often clouded in mystique and sometimes its limitations are misunderstood. In this episode, we chat with Avanti Lalwani the CEO of Briter Products a manufacturer of RV solar solutions including lithium ion batteries and we clear up just what RV solar can do for your coach. During the Pitstop, we cover what you need to know if…
 
We chat with Youtuber, The Bourbon Judge as we discuss bourbons and my favorite campfire cocktail, The Old Fashioned. During our pitstop, I share highlights about Kayak Point county park and Campground. Spoiler, it’s a hidden gem located about one hour north of Seattle. Rooted in rich history this campground dates back to over a hundred years ago. …
 
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