Josh's Story

Surf. Skate. RV.

Professional surfer Josh Kerr catches waves with his family before moving on to some awesome skating adventures.

Josh’s Grilling Tips

There’s nothing like grilling dinner by the RV after a fun day out on the beach. Here are a few tricks I’ve learned on the road:

  • I use a Traeger Grill, which is a wood-fired grill. I’m a big fan and think wood is wayyyy better than charcoal or gas.
  • The secret is in the smoke. By using different wood types like hickory, maple, and mesquite, you can alter the flavor to your liking.
  • Know your grill’s “hot spot.” Every grill is different and has a certain spot with higher heat intensity. Use this to your advantage when rotating, flipping, or searing meats.
  • I’m a big fan of cast-iron grilling; it’s a perfect all-around grilling option. It helps to get even sears and is great when adding vegetables to whatever I’m grilling.
  • When I’m grilling fish, I usually go the cast iron route because it perfectly retains flavor and prevents flaking.
  • Don’t forget about fruit: Peaches and pineapple caramelize deliciously when grilled.
  • Think outside the steak – there are so many things you can do on a grill. You can put s’more ingredients in foil and pop it on a grill, split a banana with chocolate inside and put it in foil on the grill, etc.
The RV is a much more comfortable way to travel. It’s really easy to figure out. I enjoy it a lot. It’s awesome.
Josh Kerr | RVer
Josh Kerr


Josh Kerr

You can't really beat the RV. It's just a much more comfortable way to travel and it's really easy to figure out. I enjoy it a lot.

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Class A Motorhomes

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Class A Motorhome
Class A Motorhome Living Area

Living area

Class A motorhomes come with many features similar to what you have in your house. Comfortable furnishings, larger cabinets and sinks.

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Full Vanity

Large vanities and double sinks appear in some of these larger RVs.

Class A Motorhome Private Bedroom

Private Bedroom

The layout and size of a Class A allows for a private bedroom separate from the rest of the living space.

Class A Motorhome Cockpit


While there may be a couple more screens to learn about and a couple more buttons and knobs, being in the drivers seat is not dramatically different than other vehicles that may be more familiar - the back up cameras and alert systems will make newbies more comfortable with some practice.


Class A Motorhomes

Class A motorhomes are designed with the comforts of home in mind equipped with a full kitchen, bathroom, large living and entertainment centers. They are built on specially designed motor vehicle chassis and do not require owning a separate tow vehicle.

  • Sleeps up to 8 people
  • Ample storage
  • Can tow something else for side trips
  • Full kitchen and large living area
  • Full-sized bathroom and toilet