We are a family of 5 (Dad, Mom, and 3 kids) traveling full-time around the U.S. in our 5th wheel as we homeschool (AKA roadschool) along the way. We originally decided to try this lifestyle for a year to give our kids the experience of a lifetime. After 18 months and counting, we’re still living on the road and having as many great experiences as we can. Read more about us here.

We keep a travel blog detailing our experiences and the places we visit. We also write reviews of our gear, give RV tips, talk about homeschooling/roadschooling, and other things relevant to those who might want to try the full-time traveling lifestyle.

Where We Have Been – 38,637 Miles and Counting

These are the places we’ve camped or visited since beginning our full-time travels in May 2015. If you view the full-size map you can click on the different places and see our blog post about that place.

Five in a 5th travel map from May 2015 to present

Our travels since May 2015

A Few of Our Recent Posts

The Star-Spangled Banner - 15 Stars and Stripes Fort McHenry and 15 Stripes (4/26/2017) - Visiting Fort McHenry and learning about the Battle of Baltimore, when the words to The Star-Spangled Banner were written.
The Wild Ponies of Assateague and Virginia’s Eastern Shore (4/24/2017) - Visiting the Eastern Shore of Virginia, including a trip to Assateague Island to see the wild ponies. Crossing the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel.
Northern Virginia and Washington DC (4/22/2017) - Highlights of our visit to Washington, D.C., Mount Vernon, Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown. What an awesome history lesson!
Charleston and Myrtle Beach (4/11/2017) - We ate some of the best BBQ we've ever had, watch dolphins swimming in the river, and stayed at one of our all time favorite campgrounds.
Canoeing at Blue Spring State Park Jacksonville, FL (3/28/2017) - Jacksonville, FL: We visited the oldest city in the U.S., the oldest fort, a cotton plantation, a French settlement, and canoed with manatees.

6 thoughts on “Home

  1. Van and Sharon

    Pretty awesome blog. Some day you will have to show me how to do this. Nice Job
    Nathan. You go guys.

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