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Travel With Kevin and Ruth: Missing the sunshine

During the four months we were in Mexico, almost every single day was blue sky and sunshine. Now that we have crossed the border, it seems the weather changed immediately. It hasn’t even been a week since we crossed, but we are missing the sunshine already!

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VA: Outdoor parents share tips and tricks for adventures with kids

“During the school year, it’s go, go, go time,” Brooks said. “My boys both play soccer, they’re both in scouts. One is in band and then church activities. Just so much stuff going on. When you get away, you almost forget about all of that stuff because you’re in a new place, you’re away from everything. It’s really cool to unplug and be with your family.”

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RV Wheel Life: Texas wildflowers in full bloom

Amazingly wildflowers blanket Texas each Spring. Now through June is the peak of Texas’ spring wildflower season. With more than 5,000 species of native flowering plants, the Lone Star State is known for its breathtaking vistas. Autumn wildflowers bloom September through November.

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Gypsy Journal RV: Fun with telemarketers

Most people just hang up when they get a call from a telemarketer, and I do, too, usually. But not always. Sometimes I’m bored and I need something to do, so I chat with them. Not because I’m interested in with they’re trying to sell me, but because I like screwing with their heads.

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Girl Camper: Renting an RV for a fly and drive vacation

On this weeks show I am sharing all the details of our Fly and Drive vacation to parts warm! We left cold and snowy New Jersey with temps in the 30’s and flew to warm and sunny LA. Once there we picked up a Class C Motorhome that we rented from El Monte RV in Van Nuys, Calif.

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Curbed: The business of van life

Chris Pochiba and Sara Aho were living in Seattle when rapidly rising rents convinced them to join the growing van life movement, a contingent of nomadic millennials seeking refuge from office life by living on the road.

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Drone-delivered logs, self-driving camper vans in the future

Picture this: After your self-driving, voice-controlled camper van is automatically checked in and guided to its campsite, you get out to take in the view while your vehicle sits atop a solar-powered charging pad. The campsite is cleverly tucked into a natural fold in the mountainside, with boulders on one side and a valley-facing deck on the other.

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RV Lifestyle: Why lithium batteries will rule the RV world

Sean tells us that lead is dead, that the old lead acid batteries found in most RVs are rapidly being eclipsed by more powerful and efficient lithium technology. He explains just what lithium will – and will not – do for the RVer and how they can be made to reliably work even in very cold weather.

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