Before trekking off on your family camping trip to explore the outdoors, there’s important things you need to know about camping safety! Being prepared and knowing what to do if a family member gets injured will help keep them out of the emergency room. Continue reading “RV Living: Family Camping Safety Tips”
When we first started our adventures in 2014, we purchased a brand new Heartland Cyclone 4100 toyhauler 5th wheel to live in and haul our two Harley Davidson motorcycles. It was like having the best of both worlds; RVing and motorcycling. Lots of heads turned and gawkers stared as we pulled our big gray monster behind us…all 44′ of her!
That’s what I muttered to myself as I was traipsing through the barnacle-like ‘death beach’ of the Salton Sea. Tons of barnacles (and other indescribable things) that laid before waters edge to even hundreds of yards inland. This should have never happened…
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RV Life is what we call it. Even though it may look like we’re tripping the light fantastic, we still endure LIFE just like everyone else. We still deal with the good, the bad and the ugly but we manage life just a tad bit differently as previous sticks and bricks homeowners because of our tiny living and travel.
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When we visited Texas, we noticed quite a few purple fence posts all over the state; on ranch and farm properties throughout Texas’ Hill Country. But then, we started noticing these purple fence markings in other states also. So the question arises, “what do those purple fence posts mean?”
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Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio Texas is the starting point of a future Enlisted Airmen attending Air Force Basic Military Training. But Lackland AFB is also home to a magnificent outdoor museum of Air Force war-fighting aircraft from every era of U.S. military history called Warbirds Memorial Park.
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If you’re planning on visiting San Antonio, make it a point to attend the Air Force Basic Military Training graduation ceremony at Lackland Air Force Base. You’ll be moved by the grandeur protocol and military bearing of the Air Force’s youngest Enlisted Airmen.
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When we began our RV travel adventures in late 2014, we tried to come up with something to do together, enjoy the outdoors, learn something that would also be physically exerting to keep us healthy. We watched a few of our younger RV friends go on some awesome hikes in places we’ve only dreamed about or have seen in travel magazines. It was then the hiking bug bit us!
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Rhyolite in Nevada is quite different from what you picture a scene of a typical western-theme ghost town. Only 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas near the eastern edge of Death Valley National Park, this western ghost town begs to be explored and its’ marveled history learned.
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Located near Arco, Idaho, Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is like no other! With its’ amazing geological and scientific features, the environment is literally out of this world! Its’ volcanic ground zero replicates the surface of the moon. Hence, why it’s called, “Craters of the Moon”.
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