In these days of constant work and connection, taking time to do nothing is one of the most difficult agenda items. But it’s more important than ever.
In the face of unexpected pitfalls, you learn that it’s not about the problems you encounter—it’s how you deal with them
I can’t deny the appeals of the nomad existence. But it has its challenges, too.
This sleek little unit is great weekender, but it’s no match for our 23-foot-long Artemis when it comes to permanent road life
There’s possibly nothing more therapeutic than going into the woods solo
When you're pulling a big trailer, you need a big engine to match
Learning to eat simply—and well—and cook without a mess on the road
Do yourself a favor: book shorter legs and stop in unexpected spots. You might be surprised at all the little treasures you find.
Forget the politics. Just go camping on public lands before you decide what should be done with them.
Cooking and eating under the stars is one of the biggest joys of road life. Here’s the gear we’ve settled on to make it work.