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Memorial Day Weekend Wanderlust Means Let’s Head For Montana

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Memorial Day Weekend Wanderlust Means Let’s Head For Montana It was Memorial Day weekend and I had the wanderlust pretty bad so that means let’s head for Montana, right?? . had been on our radar screen for some time so I asked The Husband how he felt about a trip to Montana for a few […]

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Things I Would NOT Miss About The Fulltime RV Life!

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Things I Would NOT Miss About The Fulltime RV Life! Does anyone ever discuss the things they would NOT miss about the fulltime RV life? In the past 5 years since we started researching and ultimately living the fulltime lifestyle I’ve noticed there are many singing the praises of the fulltime RV lifestyle. Don’t get me […]

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A Sunday In Wallace Idaho Complete With Lots Of History!

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A Sunday In Wallace Idaho Complete With Lots Of History! What’s a great place to spend a Sunday afternoon? Why, Wallace Idaho where you’ll find interesting history galore! Tiny little Wallace, Idaho had peaked our interest several years ago on our way back from Yellowstone National Park. So yesterday the sun was shining, it was […]

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Washington State Explorations Part 3

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Washington State Explorations Part 3 Washington State explorations is ongoing (this is the 3rd blog post of the series). It is giving me so much pleasure to write as I introduce you to my home state. Exploring is a favorite way for me to spend my time. Sharing it with you means I get the […]

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Part 2 of RV Park Realities – Are You Kidding Me!!

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Part 2 of RV Park Realities – Are You Kidding Me!! Well here’s part 2 of RV Park Realities.  We’ll talk about campfires, dog and pet rules, “free WIFI” and more.  We got a bunch of comments on the first post. Many of our RV friends have had some of the same thoughts and even […]

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RV Park Realities That Make You Say “Really??”

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RV Park Realities That Make You Say “Really??” Sometimes the RV park realities that we see leave us saying REALLY??? After three years of full-timing, we continue to say, “really??”  We camp with people from all over the world and often ask each other. . .did that really just happen?  Sometimes it is inexperience, sometimes it is […]

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Let Me Introduce You to My Home State ~ Part 2

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Let Me Introduce You To My Home State Part 2 Part 2 of my WA State series brings us to the upper right hand corner of the state. Colville, WA. Population 4,706 in the 2014 census.   Several routes will take you to Canada from Colville and depending which one you choose, Canada lies a […]

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Old Cars and New Cars or “Hang on Henrietta!”

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Old Cars and New Cars, What a Difference. As we travel in our RV we see old cars and new cars and what a difference.  Since I’m the ripe old age of 63 now and have messed with some antiques and some classics and a couple of new vehicles, I’ll give you my insight.  Headlights, […]

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Let Me Introduce You To My Home State

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Let Me Introduce You To My Home State I’d like to introduce you to my home state – Washington. It is such a diverse state that I will have to do it over time and in multiple blog posts. From the ocean to the desert, Washington State has a very diversified topography and climate. Yesterday […]

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Unique Cemeteries Seen In Our Travels

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Unique Cemeteries Seen In Our Travels Since we have been traveling I’ve noticed many unique cemeteries. Some beautiful and sporting impeccably groomed grounds. Others sadly forlorn, neglected and forgotten. In the dry southwest we found some with no grass at all.  The northwest, where water is more plentiful, cemeteries sport lush green grass amongst the […]

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