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Author : on in The Road Less TraveledBlog Category | The Road Less Traveled | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America

It’s never too early for spring cleaning! Airing out your rig, and cleaning it inside and out is an important part of being a responsible RVer. This removes the dust from traveling, as well as the stale air that accumulates during inclement weather. It helps maintain the structural integrity of your motorhome.

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When my husband and I first decided to get a travel trailer the first thing (and I do mean the FIRST thing) that people said was, “Oh, that will make you look so unstable.” In a world that values a societal ideal of stability (which is often an illusion) we were going against the grain.
And the folks were freaking out.

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There are many locations throughout the continental U.S. that are perfect for a wintertime visit. Many RVers travel south and spend the months in the warm, dry air of Mesa, Arizona, the gulf-breezes of Corpus Christi, Texas, and of course, in sunny Florida. With several campgrounds available in the park, hardy adventurers who enjoy the cold, journe....


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RVs and crafts just seem to go together. Just about every RVer I know enjoys some type of craft. Even I am a crafty sort now and then. I enjoy doing unusual things with beads (I make some pretty awesome beaded spiders) and dabble in a few other things. Unfortunately, I haven’t had much time to pursue my craft projects, my writing had kept me busy....


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If you type in “Garlic Capitol of the World” into Google, this is what you will come up with;

Gilroy, California. Gilroy is a city located in Northern California's Santa Clara County. The city's population was 48,821 at the 2010 United States Census. Gilroy is well known for its garlic crop and for the annual Gilroy Garlic Festival, featuring variou....



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Mold is a common problem in RVs. Take a cruise through some RV forums and you’ll find befuddled RVers seeking answers to mold, mildew, and dampness issues. Make no mistake, it can be a real problem. Mold can exacerbate certain respiratory issues and cause others. You don’t want to play with it.

I’ve shared in the past my own story with a moldy RV. ....


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Nobody likes getting sick or injured. It’s uncomfortable, inconvenient, and potentially costly. This is even more the case when you are a full-time traveler without a permanent residence or at least miles away from it. How do you seek medical assistance for something short of an emergency? How do you handle the associated expenses? Will your insura....


Author : on in Glamping: Teresa and EdBlog Category | Glamping: Teresa and Ed | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America

My wife loves going to the beach. She loves the constant, steady pounding of the waves onto the shore. She loves the gentle but ever present breeze, blowing inland during parts of the day, blowing out to the ocean in the evenings. She loves the power of Mother Nature when storms at sea pass by without coming on shore. It is like a magnificent movie....


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February 14—the middle of the shortest and (in many areas) bleakest month. What a great time to celebrate love and romance! For RVers who have a semi-permanent winter location, this is about midway through their stay. This means that they know the area pretty well and making plans is no more difficult than it would be for anyone. Those who travel....


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I love working from home. As a fully committed introvert, this work arrangement suits me just fine. However, even I, a person just shy of full out hermit status, get burned out from time to time. I am a freelance writer which means as long as I have internet I’m in business. It also means lots of deadlines, some of them pretty crazy as well as de....