Where to keep cat litter in the Airstream Basecamp

I get asked a lot about traveling with a cat and how I handle the litter box.  One of the reasons I bought the Airstream Basecamp was because I knew I could hide the litter underneath the bed.  Read on for our litter tips & tricks! Where do you keep the litter box? I present to you, the “Cat Suite!”  Napoleon officially has his own level in the Basecamp under the bed where we keep his litter, food and scratching post.  Whether I’m using the full bed or half bed setup, part of the bed is always down.  This keeps…

5 Pet Safety Tips for Living with Pets on the Road.

Jasper and Napoleon go everywhere with me.  Even before we hit the road full-time, they were both experienced travelers.  Napoleon used to road trip with me to visit family, and even joined us on a family camping trip one year.  The trip was complete with him checking out a pontoon boat, which he very promptly jumped off and ran back to the cabin.  And ever since he was adopted, Jasper has gone on almost every hiking and camping trip with me. But when I hit the road full-time, I had to sit down and think about what extra precautions I…

How to Find Campsites While on the Road

Living in an RV is extremely freeing, as you are towing all the comforts of home behind you.  Your comfortable bed and favorite pillow are just waiting for you after a long day of driving.  But then the question comes down to, where do you park?  We’re all worried about getting that 3a.m. knock on our RV door telling us to move (luckily this has not yet happened to me). So what can you do to ensure you have a safe and comfortable spot to park and rest your head?  Luckily, there’s an app for that!  Actually, quite a few. …

How to Find Internet to Work a Full-Time Corporate Job on the Road

I’m often asked what I do for a living. Many people assume I blog or earn money online like many RV Entrepreneurs do. Or perhaps have some sort of sponsorship. But, nope, I have a “normal” corporate job! I started working in an office cubicle over 6 years ago for a large insurance company. At that time, it took three years to earn the ability to transfer to a remote work opportunity. As soon as I could, I took this option so I could stop fighting Charlotte traffic every day. After moving to Austin and working 100% remote for almost…

Pet Seat Belts for Road Trips

One of the things that took the longest to figure out, was how to keep Napoleon and Jasper comfortable, yet safe, on our long trips.  Some days we may be in the car only an hour, others up to fifteen!  So after some trial and error, here is the low-down on our current set-up. Napoleon has his own Pet Booster Seat (or throne depending on who you ask).  It is actually meant for dogs, but works great for cats as well.  It’s quite large and plush.  Simply pick up the center cushion and feed the seatbelt through in order to…