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Live. Work. Dream.: More miles equals more photos

After racking up more than 1,242 miles in five days – with a quick detour to Los Algadones, Mexico – to get from our four-month stay at FOY to Kerrvile, Texas, all of a sudden the Live Work Dream Galleries are filling up quickly once again.

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UT: How to spend a winter weekend camping in Moab

We don’t know about you, but we’re feeling the winter blues. While the Colorado mountains are beautiful with all the snow, a weekend trip to a warm(er) place was just what we needed to mix things up. Moab is a popular destination for Denverites in the spring and fall months, but why not go a little early and beat the crowds?

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Workamper Rendezvous to feature downsizing expert

Drawing from her own experience with selling her home and moving with her husband into a fifth wheel full-time, Ashley Mann has developed an online course called Inspired to Downsize to guide people through the process of downsizing and decluttering, w

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On the Road of Retirement: Exploring The Villages in Florida

Moving northward we were heading toward the Villages, a well known retirement community in north central Florida. We will be there for three nights and we plan to visit two RVing couples we met on the road who now have homes in the Villages. One lives there fulltime while the other couple are snowbirds from Illinois.

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Kirkland RV Sales: 10 essential RV camping supplies

Camping season is fast approaching and with warmer weather up ahead lots of families, couples, and retirees are beginning to plan their own camping adventures. Even though the camping season may be a couple of months away, it’s never too early to begin the planning process. Who will you take with you on the camping trip?

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Live. Work. Dream.: Best 12v DC air compressor for RVers

Sitting on the side of the Cassiar Highway with my back to the brush where Grizzlies roam, waiting for a cheap no-name 12v air compressor to top off our spare tire while holding the inflator in place made me realize one important fact. We needed a decent DC air compressor, once and for all. So I did my homework.

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Consider these 7 key benefits of solar power for RVing

Many RVers rely on a gas-powered generator, while a few depend on natural gas generators. However, there are a number of benefits to switching to solar energy instead. In fact, you may want to supplement your generator with solar panels for many of the same reasons. But let’s look at the 7 benefits of rv solar energy power.

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Airstream: The best Airstream camping in March

Nestled along the spectacular Deschutes River, Tumalo State Park offers a wilderness experience just a hop, skip and jump from the buzzing city of Bend, Oregon. This quaint campground is so secluded that all you’ll experience in the evenings is the distant call of coyotes, the scent of juniper and pine, and a spectacular celestial show.

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Girl Camper: The new Ford Ranger

Most people think of the Ford Ranger as that old, small, white truck that service industries used for a fleet vehicle. The cable guys truck. The pest control guy. Your local plumber. The Ranger was everywhere you looked from it’s debut in 1987 until production stopped in 2011. The truck was small, practical and inexpensive.

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The Fit RV: The Winnebago Boldt with Chris

We’ve all had times in our lives where we’ve been doing something for a while, and we’ve learned a lot from the experience. How would it be, on one of those occasions, if you were given the opportunity to do it again, with a clean slate, and you were able to pull out all the stops?

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Rolling in a RV: Dos Picos County Park

This small park is located in the mountains northeast of San Diego. The campground has RV sites with water and electric and tent only sites without hookups. Other amenities include a dump station and restrooms with showers.

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RV Life: Our recent experience finding fresh water

Number one on the list was Fuel Stations where I stated, “… they will typically have a fresh water spigot available. But, if one is not readily available, just ask. As a result, we find that most attendants will make an effort to meet your request.” Number three on the list was dump stations.

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