Muskegon, Michigan is a beautiful vacation destination where you can enjoy 26 miles of sugar-sand beaches on the shores of Lake Michigan. It’s the perfect summer paradise for you and your family to enjoy the city’s lake port attractions, art and culture, history and outdoor adventures. In fact, there’s so many things to do in Muskegon that you’ll want to make this cool lake town a regular vacation destination!
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When you think of South Bend, Indiana, what comes to mind? Well, if you’re a big college football fan, you’re familiar with Notre Dame University. And if you’re a big classic car buff, then you know Studebaker is there. But, If you’re an RV owner, there’s a good chance you will trek your way up from Elkhart, Indiana to take in the sights and sounds of this fun-filled city on the lake.
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Having been on the road since 2014, we’ve tried really hard to eat right. Sure, it takes a little more research and engaging with the locals in finding the freshest local produce and provisions but that comes with great benefits! Keep reading to see how we accomplish our search for healthy food…
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There is nothing like coming home from the Farmer’s Market with a basket full of fresh vegetables and herbs especially right before Cinco de Mayo! Its one of my favorite times in our RV galley. Like an artist with a new art set, I love to set my palette of beautifully colored fresh ingredients and create a culinary masterpiece. One of them is my Chipotle Lime Pico de Gallo.
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Before we began our full-time RV Life, we would visit Spencer County’s Farmer’s Market. In our little resident town of Taylorsville, Kentucky, we’d shop for freshly home-grown produce and other provisions. For twenty bucks, we could fill our cloth tote bags with organic vegetables and grass fed raised beef, handmade soaps and natural tinctures. For a little treat, we’d bring home a loaf of baked bread or sweet rolls and an occasional bouquet of flowers.
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