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Category: RV Life

All you need is the plan, the road map, and the courage to press on to your destination. – Earl Nightingale

All you need is the plan, the road map, and the courage to press on to your destination. – Earl Nightingale

Planning our RV Destinations & Routes After nearly three years as full-time RVers – living our life on the road in RV Parks, Resorts and Campgrounds – we still get a big rush as we pull in front of a new park office to register and check in.  We made the reservation ourselves, so we know basically what to expect but there are many variables that contribute to the experience. Similar to any vacation that we used to embark on…

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Smile and say … “TREES”! (SEVENTEEN of the BEST in Redwood Country)

Smile and say … “TREES”! (SEVENTEEN of the BEST in Redwood Country)

I had always wanted to visit the giant redwood trees in the extreme northern part of the state of California.  As a child I watched the Disney movie, The Gnomemobile – an extremely wholesome, albeit, cheesy movie starring Walter Brennan and the kids from Mary Poppins.  Set in the magical, giant redwoods it was from that moment forward that I knew that one day I wanted to explore the lush woodland wonderland and forests where these trees grew. There are…

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CHASING RIPE TOMATOES … (or the Misconceptions of Life on the Road)

CHASING RIPE TOMATOES … (or the Misconceptions of Life on the Road)

When people learn that we live life, full time, on the road they often ask, “So what do you DO all day?”  It’s easy to imagine living full time in an RV as being something similar to the camping trip that never ends!  You know … making pancakes every morning, spending the afternoons fishing, seeking out great restaurants in the evening after visiting fun touristy spots during the day, and roasting marshmallows every night around a campfire.  And in some…

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What NOT to do when RVing for the FIRST TIME!

What NOT to do when RVing for the FIRST TIME!

(UPDATE: I originally posted this on a blog that I used to maintain. It’s appropriate to our new website so I’m including it here.  It’s okay to laugh at us … we laugh too now.) We purchased our beast of a 5th wheel (Landmark Charleston) in October of 2015 and kept it in covered storage until January 2016 when the opportunity presented itself to “fly” to south Texas with the other “snowbirds”. We had several friends wo were planning to…

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