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The Road to Living the RV Life

RV Lifestyle

“You’re living my dream!” is the reaction we get most often, whenever we meet people and tell them that we live, work and travel from the road full-time in our RV. It’s uncommon to come across a couple in their 40s who are still working full-time, to be living a nomadic and adventurous life full Read More

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Cape Canaveral for RV’ers

Destinations

If you’re vacationing in Florida, one of the best ways to explore is by RV. Regardless of whether you’re going for a week or a month, there is no shortage of places to check out along the way. One popular destination is Florida’s Space Coast. This region, which is located in central Florida, is the Read More

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Buttered Mussels

Camping Recipes

Grilled buttered mussels is a classic coastal dish best served sitting next to a campfire on the beach. This is an easy recipe to cook on a grill or on a small stove top. Serve with a frosty glass of chilled white wine for an elegant dinner at the campsite. Ingredients: 2 dozen mussels washed Read More

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The Soulful RV Family

RV Lifestyle

After 11 incredibly psychically demanding years in the trenches of NFL, Keith Sims was ready for a change of pace. Little did he know his wife, Tia, had been plotting for years for this very moment. Tia had long ago decided the best way for their family to travel with their three little boys was Read More

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One-Pan Vegetarian Pasta

Camping Recipes,RV Lifestyle

One-pan pasta recipes are a camping and busy-night-at-home staple. Easy to prepare with minimal clean-up…what’s not to love? This particular recipe smells like heaven cooking and will have your whole family ready for dinner! Ingredients: 12 oz spaghetti or linguine 1 small chopped onion 6 oz chopped cherry tomatoes 1/2 green pepper chopped 6-8 chopped Read More

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Monkey Island

Destinations

During the 1960s, Monkey Island was nothing more than a pile of rocks known for damaging the bottoms of boats at high tide. G.A. Furgason hired a dragline operator to build up the site in order to increase the visibility of the location. He then left the country on business. When he returned, he found Read More

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