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Tailgate Recipe: Pumpkin Hummus Dip

Camping Recipes

You know it’s Fall in Florida when all the coffee shops and quick stops start adding pumpkin spice to everything on the menu. We took this as a sign/challenge to find a pumpkin recipe suitable for tailgating . Our biggest obstacles were finding a simple recipe, that’s easy to  prepare in an RV sized kitchen and can be Read More

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Hurricane Tips For RVers

Tips & Tools

If your travel plans include spots that are vulnerable to storms, it’s important to know how to prepare yourself and your motorhome or towable RV for impact. Hurricanes can pack wind speeds of over 160 mph and unleash more than 2.4 trillion gallons of rain a day.  If your travel plans include spots that are Read More

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4 Must Have RV Apps

Tips & Tools

Unplugging from technology is one of the things we look forward to the most when we RV. However,  smartphones prove to be powerful tools for navigating from point A to B and providing useful information. Here are some apps you won’t want to RV without. Waze price: free Waze is like Google Maps on steroids. Read More

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4 Best Farmers Markets in Florida

RV Lifestyle

Farmers markets are the heart of a community. It’s the best place to familiarize yourself with a new area, culture and meet the locals, plus you can restock your RV kitchen. Here are some of our favorite Florida farmers markets. Saturday Morning Market- St. Petersburg Location: http://www.saturdaymorningmarket.com This market is the heart of the Burg Read More

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Cool Gadgets for RVers

Tips & Tools

With the summer travel season winding down, many travelers have been out camping a number of times already. If you’re like me, now is the perfect time to restock the RV and add new items that you may have seen at a campground but didn’t know about. Here’s my list of camping gadgets to make Read More

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Newlyweds on wheels

RV Lifestyle

Shane and I got married and moved into our motorhome just two months ago, and the transition has been full of surprises! I had some serious trepidation for quite some time while we were engaged, about changing my lifestyle in such a drastic manner as moving out of a stationary, spacious apartment, into a little Read More

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Tia’s Tips for Driving a Class A Motorhome

Tips & Tools

When I began this crusade to convince my husband, Keith, to purchase our first motorhome I had no intention on driving.  In fact, when I fantasized about our cross-country family trips the thought of driving that behemoth apartment-on-wheels never crossed my mind.  So once we were half-way up the east coast and my husband said Read More

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