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Chillin’ at Altitude

Duchesne County, UT – July, 2017 Choosing a destination, or even a direction, can be difficult when you have too many options. We hadn’t made any solid plans for the month of July past visiting the North Rim and Bryce Canyon. 1,346 more words

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Travelin' Man and Woman

When temperatures in Southern California soared past 100 degrees, we figured it was time to venture northward. The day we passed through Baker, California, the huge thermometer showed 108 degrees — and this was the coolest day in a ten-day span! 671 more words

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Drycamping at Burning Kiln Winery

Our first time bookdocking with Harvest Hosts was an absolutely wonderful experience. We got to spend a completely quiet night on the grounds of the Burning Kiln Winery near Turkey Point, Ontario, on the shores of Lake Erie. 404 more words

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How much does living on the road cost?

It’s budget time! Finances are different for all campers and RVers, just like no house dweller has the same budget as the next and spending priorities differ. 710 more words

My Great Fail In Taking The Reins In The 'Travel Planning' Department

So, yes, Marshall and I stayed in Moab for almost two months. During that time, we met up with some other new-to-us full-time RVers, despite trying to go ‘incognito’ so we could focus on work. 1,525 more words

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Visit these free ranges of America's first National Mammal, the American Bison

Seeing large mammal wildlife in the wild can be one of the great pleasures of RVing. Watch herds of Roosevelt  Elk at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park in California feed in a meadow viewable from the campground, or a great bull moose wallowing in a lake in the Grand Tetons excites the photographer gene in most of us. 707 more words

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5 tips to find "wild" parking spots

Waking up with the sound of the birds singing, the wind shaking the tree leaves and maybe even a gurgling stream.

Heaven right?

I bet that when you think of traveling in a van, this is the kind of scenario you’re imagining. 942 more words

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