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Live Laugh RV: Uphill both ways

Phoenix, Ariz., and her surrounding suburbs have done an amazing job with urban planning. There are parks everywhere … from small neighborhood playground type of parks to large picturesque, rural feeling parks complete with challenging hikes and even campgrounds.

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Gypsy Journal RV: My, how time flies

When I was a kid I always heard adults say that the older you get, the faster time goes by. I never understood that because it just didn’t make sense. A minute has 60 seconds in it, an hour has 60 minutes, a day has 24 hours, and a week has 7 days. It’s the same whether you’re 6 or 60, right?

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RV Life: Keep bears out of campsites with this tip

In one remote coastal Alaska town, the bears outnumber the locals. It’s hard to believe the two can usually co-exist without problems, but that’s exactly what life is like in Hyder. Here in this Southeast Alaska outpost, residents know exactly how to keep bears out of campsites, homes and backyards. Here’s how they do it.

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Live. Work. Dream.: Preventative health care as full-time RVers

When we became Texans in 2009, Texas PPO health care plans were a dime a dozen. They cost a lot more than ten cents, but we had a portable plan we could use anywhere if necessary. But a few years ago when Blue Cross of Texas dumped their PPOs offered in the Healthcare Marketplace Exchange, we were screwed.

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On the Road of Retirement: A walking tour Abbeville, La

Another week has passed here at Betty’s RV and we have been having a blast. There are always lots of activities going on in addition to the famous Betty’s 4:30 daily happy hour where everyone mingles and gets to know one another. A new activity we did this year was to actually take a walking tour of Abbeville LA.

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Outside Our Bubble: An afternoon at the Fort Worth Stockyards

On a recent afternoon here in Fort Worth, Texas, David and I decided to go out exploring and play tourist for the day. Seeing that this was such a beautiful day and the Fort Worth Stockyards are only a 30 minute drive from our campsite in North Texas Jellystone Park in Burleson, Texas, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to go check them out.

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Airstream trailer was transformed into cute tiny home

Western Pacific Airstream Trailers are pretty rare—so rare, in fact, that there are only five left in existence. One of these five hard-to-find RVs got the lucky chance to be restored to its former glory as a tiny home by Colorado-based Timeless Travel Trailers, a company that specializes in being able to customize pretty much anything on wheels.

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Go RVing: Kick off camping this summer with go RVing

One of my favorite things to do while traveling is get outdoors and experience all that nature has to offer. That’s why I was ecstatic when I was invited by Go RVing to attend the RVX conference in Salt Lake City earlier this month to explore the newest models of RVs for 2019 and learn more about how RVing can fit into my – and any – lifestyle.

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RV Lifestyle: Sick of crowded campgrounds? Try this!

Harvest Hosts is the RV Lifestyles best-kept secret, a membership site that offers free overnight camping at more than 700 farms, wineries, orchards and attractions across North America. How does it work? Follow this three-stop tour of Harvest Host sites to learn more.

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