Author: Julie Bennett

Merry Christmas, Quick Recap on 2016 + our 2017 Plans

Is it just us or does Christmas seem to roll around faster with every passing year!? We wanted to take this opportunity to wish you all a fantastic Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, the end of winter solstice or Festivus for the rest of us…  whatever it is you’re celebrating, we hope yours is magical! We sat

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Top Tips for RVing at Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

https://youtu.be/XFAwHNfzTss By now, you’ve got the message loud and clear – I need to go to Albuquerque! We truly believe it’s one of the best events that you can experience by RV – and no, we’re not being biased, promise!. So we’ve put together some advice and tips on how to optimize your RV camping experience, know what

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Your Guide to a Great Time at Albuquerque Int’l Balloon Fiesta

When we made plans to attend the 2016 Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, we knew we wanted to share the experience with a group of fellow RVing friends. As the largest hot air balloon event in the world and a ‘bucket list’ item for millions of people, we’d heard and read about the Balloon Fiesta for several years and

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18 Months of Full-time RV Living: Video Update

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KuuA_7maG4 Hello from Key West, Florida! No, we aren’t there right now but it might feel like it when you grab a drink and sit down to watch our 18+ month video update. We sat down among waving palm trees, blue ocean and chickens (really) to bring you up to speed on our RV lifestyle, answer some frequently asked questions and

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9 Tips for Safely Driving an RV on Steep Grades

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ie4M3V6hm4 Driving an RV (in particular gassers) can be stressful, especially when navigating steep grades and mountain passes at altitude. During our drive over the Continental Divide on I-90 in Montana, Marc shared some great tips on how he safely navigates our RV up steep grades and back down again, without overheating the brakes. Whether you drive a gas RV,

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17 Inspiring National Parks You Must Visit

As the National Park Service just celebrated it’s 100th birthday in August so we took a moment to reflect on all of the amazing national parks we’ve been lucky enough to experience so far. In our 26 months on the road, we’ve visited 17 of the 59 parks, we plan to visit another 8 by the end of 2016. That will take

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Survey Results In. So What’s Next?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5W5pPavRGQ You’ve been getting to know us over the past couple of years via our website, YouTube Channel and social media and it was hight time we got to know YOU better too, to help us help you, by creating create even more and better content. We had so many questions: What kind of RVer are you? What stage are you at

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We Need Your Help. Here’s How.

We’ve reached a point in our journey where we’ve come to realize a few things. 1. We really love creating content for you guys and the RV community as a whole. 2. There are only so many hours in a day and we want to use them in the best way we can to deliver the most

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Review: Circle M RV Resort near Lancaster, PA (TT)

Circle M RV Resort and Campground is a Thousand Trails (Outdoor World) property located in the heart of Lancaster County. Pennsylvania Dutch Country and Amish Country.  We visited here after our stay in Gettysburg Farm RV Park, because Gettysburg Farm was closing for the season.  Circle M RV Resort was also nearing the end of

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Snapshot: A Year of Full-Time RV Living & Costs

Want a quick snapshot of our RV Lifestyle? Curious about how many miles we drove, our expenses and the places we stayed? Here, we hare a visual snapshot summary in this fun infographic “A Year of Full-time RV Living” based on our experience during our first full calendar year of living full-time in our RV in 2015.  While this data can vary widely depending

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Review: Gettysburg Farm RV Campround, Dover, PA (TT)

   Gettysburg Farm RV Campground was a pleasant surprise. Part of the Thousand Trails camping network and in the north east ‘zone. We visited this campground in Dover PA after a 3 day stay in New York City, and it was an amazing change from the raw, intense energy of NYC and our very tight

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