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Cherry Cobbler camping dessert cooked in a dutch oven

27 Tasty Dutch Oven Camping Desserts You’ll Love

Picture this….. You and your family sitting around the campfire enjoying some scrumptious dutch oven camping desserts.  Fellow RVers walking by in the hope that you might invite them over for dessert.  Pretty soon you’ll start to gain a name

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can you park overnight at walmart

Can You Park Overnight at Walmart?

As darkness begins to descend, travelers across America start looking for a place to get a good night’s sleep. Road weary wanderers check into hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts, and lodges. For those traveling by RV, the most common place

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Easy RV Meals to cook in your RV

Our “FAB 5” Simple RV Meals (2020)

Under the best of circumstances it can be difficult coming up with exciting but simple RV meals. Cooking an RV meal is very different than cooking at home!  You don’t have the space to spread yourself around or to use

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Sitting Outside the RV in our camping chairs

15 RV Necessities For Awesome Outdoor RV Living

So you’ve parked the rig and hooked ‘er up. Now it’s starting to feel like “beer-thirty.” Time to set up that outdoor space so you can sit back and start relaxing. The right set of outdoor rv necessities will extend

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RV Kitchen Essentials

33 Essential RV Kitchen Accessories for 2020

One of the difficulties in becoming a full-time RV family, when you are moving from a home to an RV 5th wheel, travel trailer or motorhome, is that you lose a bunch of kitchen space. Losing all of that kitchen

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Coffee and wine gifts for RV moms

15 Coffee and Wine Gifts For RV Moms

Give Mom A Memorable Mothers Day – She Deserves It! I LOVE Mothers Day!  It’s the one day of the year where we moms get pampered for a day!  We can enjoy a nice lie on, and we don’t have

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dutch oven with coals and wood

Dutch Oven Cobbler- A Camping Tradition

Dutch Oven Cobbler It may be the world’ s most simple recipe and when done right, one of the tastiest. Dutch Oven Cobbler goes by many names –  dump cake, campfire cobbler, Boy Scout dump cake and of course the

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Easy shrimp scampi pesto the whole family will love

Easy 10 minute Shrimp Scampi Recipe

Yummy Shrimp Scampi With Pesto Cooking in an RV has its drawbacks so I am always on the lookout for recipes I can make with ease and shrimp scampi is one of them.   This is one of my favorite meals

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large entrance sign at Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park (The Ultimate Guide)

About Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone National Park is truly awesome. A volcanic, mountainous, wildlife paradise whose awesomeness is matched only by it’s size. 2.2 million acres holds a LOT of awesome. It is our family’s personal favorite place which is

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open range 5th wheel in wooded setting with camp fire and chairs

Cheap RV Living (While Living It Up)

As our world becomes more and more complex, many people are trading the old, tired definition of the American Dream in for a new dream which values shared family experience over the accumulation of things.

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The rocks making an arch formation high up in the blue sky, with green shrubs on the ground

Visiting Arches National Park FAQ’s

What is the best time of year for visiting Arches National Park? March/April and September/October are the best for visiting Arches National Park weather-wise. The park is very busy during these times as well so long lines can be anticipated

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zion canyon from observation point zion national park

The Mighty 5 Utah National Parks FAQ’s

What is the Mighty 5 in Utah? See our FULL “The Mighty 5 Utah National Parks” Travel Guide. The Mighty 5 Utah is the collective name of the 5 awesome national parks that lie within the state’s boundaries. They are:

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Resources For Homeschool Curriculum

11 Resources For Your Homeschool Curriculum

Here are my favorite resources for homeschool curriculum that I discovered in my first year of homeschooling on the road.  I have been homeschooling now since 2015 and these are my go-to resources for my homeschool.  I hope some of

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How To Become a Freelance Writer

How To Become a Freelance Writer and Travel Anywhere

Today I want to introduce you to Elna Cain, Elna is not a Full-Time traveler but she is an amazing blogger and a freelance writer.  She has several sites that she runs, including Elna Cain, Twins Mommy and Write to 1K..  I came across Elna when I was first looking at getting

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table top view of laptop with hands on keyboard and a white mug

How To Make Money While Traveling On The Road

For just about anyone who considers a life on the road, the first question they ask themselves is: “How can I make money while traveling?” It is probably in trying to answer that very question that the vast majority of

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How this $5 Meal Plan Can change Your Life

This $5 Meal Plan Will Change Your Life

One of the biggest reasons we hear for choosing this life is to spend more time with family. Yet once you are on the road, balancing work, outings, and home chores (like making meals or a meal plan) can end

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35 RV Accessories You Will Need

The Only List Of RV Accessories You Will Need YES! You’ve got the rig, now it’s time for some RV Accessories! This is the good stuff, the fun stuff, the poop handling stuff! (Yup you need THAT too!) Below are

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8 Reasons Why We Love Living in an RV

Who in the world would LIVE in an RV? What kind of hairbrained idea comes across a persons mind that would convince them to sell off a perfectly good home and choose to live the hobo live of a full-time

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A screen room you can see through parked on grass with a grey RV in the background

My 3 RV Must-Haves For Outdoor Living

One of the biggest reasons that we took to the road was to live an outdoor life.  We wanted to be outside with the kids more than we were inside.  We see so many people pull into an RV park,

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RV Campground in Northern Georgia surrounded by orange and green trees with a lake running through the middle.

Top Rated RV Campground in Northern Georgia

Welcome to our series of RV Park Reviews, today we are reviewing one of our favorite RV campgrounds in Northern Georgia – Bald Mountain After picking up our new RV, we decided to head up into the mountains and get

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Hiking at Zion National Park

Having come from Bryce Canyon National Park during April when it wasn’t crowded at all, we were a little overwhelmed at Zion.  We could wander around Bryce and we never had to worry about what time to get there, or

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How To Get Started With Homeschooling On The Road

So you’re thinking about full-time RV living and wondering how on earth you are going to homeschool your kids along the way?. This wasn’t in the plan was it.  Have kids and become their full-time teacher!  It certainly wasn’t my

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How We Are Able To Work on the Road

Coming to the decision to ACTUALLY ditch our lives and live a ‘location independent lifestyle’ was not an easy one. For us it happened quite quickly- so quickly in fact that the reality of the decision did not set in

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Top 10 Things To Do In Pensacola With Kids

Last year we spent the winter months exploring the gulf coast of Florida. We are from South Florida but there are parts of the state that we had never experienced – especially the Panhandle.  We decided to check out the

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Low Pressure, No Pleasure!

Tonight I “enjoyed” what can only be described as a “tinkle.” If the pressure in the shower had been horrible, I would have called it a “sprinkle” but it wasn’t that good. When I got in the shower, I turned

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Hatteras Sands Campground, Outter Banks, NC

Wow, how do you write a review for this place? So many contradictions. It’s a real “love/hate” at this campground. For location, Hatteras Sands cannot be beaten. Far removed from the “hustle” of Kitty Hawk and Nags Head, Hatteras is

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Hitting The Open Road…And…Stop!

It’s not a small thing we do today, leaving behind everything we know. Friends, schools, a house that doesn’t have wheels. The gravity of it hits you now and again like waves of grief after a loss. Seems correct- our

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Getting Ready

PREPARATION So the last few months have flown by. I am not sure where we reached the point of no return, but we did. We started by just sorting out stuff we did not need and listing it on Craigslist.

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