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Blogging With Purpose

My blogging so far has been sporadic. Partly because I haven’t made it a habit, taken time to make it a priority. Partly because I don’t know what is important to share in our journey. 279 more words

Downsizing

A Further Reprise ...

To continue our summary, that is, our review of past “traveling tortuga times”, my driver often has to decide … where to go next?? Should we stay by that “darn noisy creek” (above, in Montana)? 206 more words

Office With A View

Frugal RVing: Two magic ingredients that can handle all your cleaning chores

Two magic ingredients that can handle all your cleaning chores

Before you go out and buy high-priced, fancy-packaged, specialized cleaning supplies, try these two items you probably already have in your rig–but if you don’t they are readily available in any grocery store–and you may be pleasantly surprised at their versatility. 489 more words

The World As I See It As A Camper And Who Loves His Country

RV Travel Newsletter: September 6-September 12. Issue 654 | RV Travel

Always be careful and be aware!

Editor’s corner

With Chris Dougherty
RV Travel Technical Editor

September is National Preparedness Month, and that goes for RVers too! 383 more words

The World As I See It As A Camper And Who Loves His Country

4 Secrets of Successful RV Cooking

4 Secrets of Successful RV Cooking

24 August, 2014 By Amanda Watson

RV cooking can be challenging if you don’t know the secrets to making meals in small spaces. 1,389 more words

The World As I See It As A Camper And Who Loves His Country

Reprise ...

We’ve been remiss … negligent in posting the adventures of a traveling tortuga! Enjoying life too much, and not recording for all to enjoy. The picture above is at 9,200 feet in Utah … 182 more words

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