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Culture: It’s what’s for dinner

This does mean you will need to ditch the “chain restaurant” comfort foods and opt for a restaurant that may feel a little sketchy and order food you many not even know how to pronounce. The outcome, however, will be a recollection that will etch itself in the memory of all who participate.

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RV Daily Report 2.0: More features, less press releases

Ten years after sending out our first newsletter on April Fools Day 2009, I take great pride in noticing that we returned to the top of RV industry publications last month, as ranked by Alexa.com. Lots of things have changed in 10 years, but they need to change again. Here’s how we’re blazing a new trail.

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9 great field trips in the western United States

Being onsite and actually viewing all it takes to bring an item from raw materials, to shelf ready products, leads to a memorable and enhanced learning experience where a student — or adult — is much more likely to understand, and retain, what they have learned.

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RV lifestyle expert Tara Sage kicks off Campfire Connection podcast

Today’s guest is Tara Sage, the founder of RV Nomadic Living. She has been traveling the nation full-time for a number of years with her partner, Carl, to help others to embrace their dream of travel – well before they retire. Her goal is to help people get started on pursuing their dream – but faster. She does that through educational services on her website and one-on-one coaching.

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Contentment: Finding peace in all circumstances

The reason we never saw our work week reduced despite technology making our jobs easier is because we never lowered our desire for more stuff, bigger houses, better cars, more elaborate vacations and fatter bank accounts. We never learned the secret of being content.

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15 essential items for use in any RV

Although downsizing is necessary when living full time in an RV, there are still many items that are either very useful or quite necessary to have available at all times. Each RVer may have additional favorites and items that he or she considers to be absolutely necessary for their survival on the road. Here are my favorites.

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Is there anything more relaxing than a campground at night?

If you ever want to experience America truly at rest, just walk around a campground at night. The sights, sounds and smells provide a glimpse of a lifestyle abandoned long ago by most people. As I walked around the campground, I knew memories were being made and stronger relationships forged.

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The ultimate Florida Keys roadtrip

The first thing to realize is that once you enter the Keys there is more than a hundred miles from the very Upper Keys all the way down to Key West. That’s a lot of ground to cover. It’s amazing to think that you will be driving to each of these islands via 42 bridgesPhoto by Rohit Tandon on Unsplash

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What does it mean to live life ‘to the full?’

Each of us face those types of pressures all the time. People come into our lives to kill our hope, steal our dreams, and destroy our confidence. Or they seek to destroy our relationships, steal our peace, and kill our knowledge of who we really are and why we were created.

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Be aware of flood dangers at campsites

Water is a strong attraction for campers. Many of us like to hear a bubbling stream or roaring river as we relax or prepare for a good night’s rest in a campground or RV park. But, flash floods caused by rainstorms or upstream problems can turn a relaxing weekend getaway into a nightmare.

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The ABCs of RV kitchens

“No. 1, consumers need to be educated about RVs. Without education, we make all the wrong decisions and spend our time fumbling around with a rig that doesn’t meet our needs,” said Cooper.

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Best field trips in the eastern United States

Whether you roadschool children or just enjoy lifelong learning, field trips are a top venue for education. Factory tours are a great way to support a community, understand what goes into the items that we purchase, and also help us understand what our purchasing dollars support.

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The power of specific prayer

While prayer is, indeed, effective, this type of general prayer often is not. Why? Because God knows you need a lot of things. So, which item on your lengthy list are you wanting him to address today?

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