Big Time RV reality show-the Travel Channel…

Our episode of Big Time RV on the Travel Channel

Big Time RV… Earlier this year, we were featured in an episode of Big Time RV that aired on the Travel Channel.  We really enjoyed filming the footage last year, and it was fun to finally see the finished product!  We ended up being able to watch it, when it was first aired, at an […]

Introducing the Witte Museum (ASTC), San Antonio, TX…

Part of the new dinosaur gallery in the Witte Museum in San Antonio, TX. | ourtravelingtribe.com

One of the things that we love about traveling is all the opportunities that it gives us to learn about our country and its history!  One of the ways that we do that is to visit museums throughout the country, especially museums that focus on local history. The Witte Museum in downtown San Antonio, TX is […]

Vermilionville; learning living history in the heart of Lafayette, Louisiana

Living History is best learned hands-on! | ourtravelingtribe.com

Rvers don’t homeschool, they roadschool.  And by definition, ROADschooling means you have to hit the road! (ok, there isn’t really a REAL definition of roadschooling. 😉 )  We LOVE living history sites, so we are always on the lookout for them while we are traveling.  A favorite of ours is located in Lafayette, Louisiana; Vermilionville is […]

Crossroads RV Quality: Why we bought an Elevation, why we still have it, and why you don’t want one!

crossroads elevation lemon | ourtravelingtribe.com

No, we don’t have a mid-bunk 5er. Yet.  Yes, we still have our 2015 CrossRoads Elevation toy hauler.  This is the story of why we bought it, what we went through with it, our experience with Crossroads rv quality, why we still have it, and why you do NOT want one (or any CrossRoads product).  😉 (as well as […]

Shopping for a rig & Big Time RV!

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WooHoo!Some time ago, The Tribe traveled to Colorado to search for a new RV, and share our fun shopping for a new rv (Dana LOVES rv shopping! lol.)!  You can watch our time on the lot, and in the area, by tuning in to The Travel Channel tonight at 9:30 eastern! Big Time RV starts […]

NOLA – Audubon Insectarium & Butterfly Garden!

Great hands-on learning fun at the Audubon Insectarium & Butterfly Garden in New Orleans, Louisiana! | ourtraveingtribe.com

The Tribe hasn’t shared where we’ve been or what we are doing in awhile!  That doesn’t mean that things haven’t been happening, it’s just that after being on the road for over 7 years, we sometimes want a break from sharing! lol.  But, we’re back, ready to show you some of the fun places that […]

Lilla Rose hair clips – the ultimate traveler’s hair products!

girls wearing Lilla Rose hair clips

We have 5 daughters.  So years ago, when I came across a blog post about unique and beautiful hairclips that promised to hold their hair, ease my time spent styling, and were lightweight and durable, I ordered some sight unseen.  Since that time, we have been wearing the Lilla Rose hairclips non-stop!  About a year […]

The Ticknor Tribe on 60 Minutes Australia…

Our fulltime, RVing, traveling family! ourtravelingtribe.com

Back in March of this year, The Ticknor Tribe pulled out of Shreveport, LA, and took a short break from our flood cleanup volunteering there, to spend a few days, in Dallas, with a film crew from Australia.  The producer was incredible to work with, and the crew was great!  We all enjoyed our time (and because they […]

See our Top 10 picks in Logan, Utah!

The American West Heritage Center is an interesting look into the history of the Logan, Utah, area. ourtravelingtribe.com

As summer approaches, many of us are planning family road trip vacations.  Some of the best destinations in the west are those that are not planned targeted stops, but places that we just happen to run across in our travels.  Located in northeastern Utah, Logan is sure to be one of those rare road finds.  With […]

How we support our travel lifestyle with family businesses…

Selling Lilla Rose hair accessories at a renaissance festival. ourtravelingtribe.com

The query that we field the most has to do with how we support our traveling lifestyle.  RVs are not cheap – to purchase, to maintain, to drive (7 mpg thankyouverymuch) – we have a fam of 10 to buy groceries and clothing for, and then include all the other incidentals that come with raising a […]