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Christmas on the road


(Dec. 16, 2016) -- This has been a challenge for us, our kids, and definitely our family and friends. While we love being on the road and experiencing new destinations, being away from friends and family, especially this time of year, is rough.

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Beauty in the sand


(Dec. 14, 2016) -- The day dawned cool and overcast; perfect weather to visit White Sands National Monument outside Las Cruces, N.M. The sand dunes get way too hot in the summer time and when the mountain winds blow you end up eating too much of the blowing sand. This fall morning was perfect and I had the park mostly to myself.

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What happened to loyalty?

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(Dec. 13, 2016) -- True loyalty is something that has to be earned. A company earns the loyalty of its employees. A business earns the loyalty of its customers. A team earns the loyalty of its fans. That’s what I was taught and that’s what I firmly believed. But, that’s changed now. Loyalty is no longer earned as it once was – now we buy it!

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Roadschooling 101

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(Dec. 12, 2016) -- Despite the many obvious benefits of full-time living with kids, many folks are hesitant to jump on board due to feeling unsure about how to give their children a quality education while out on their adventure. So, how are all these families providing their children with an education while exploring the world? For most folks the answer is roadschooling.

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Have yourself an RV little Christmas


Based on what I have observed, it would seem RVers are just as creative in the Christmas celebration category as they are on any other holiday, making for some very fun, festive, and unusual ways of celebrating the season.

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Bryce/Zion round out Mighty Five national parks


Rounding out Utah's Big Five National Parks are Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park. These two are in the southwestern portion of the state. The great thing about the National Parks in Utah are that none of them are the same, they each offer something.

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Start full-time RVing in four easy steps

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Hitting the road full-time doesn't happen by accident. In fact, there is a lot of research, planning and number crunching that comes before launching the big adventure and even more to successfully keep it going.

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RV health and wellness: Don’t blow your engine

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A fluid analysis of your RV’s vital drivetrain systems is like a blood test for the engine, transmission, radiator, and generator. Fluid samples are taken from the RV’s five vitals and sent to a lab for analysis. A final report gives a picture on the health of the RV at that point in time.

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A holiday gift guide especially for RVers

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(Nov. 23, 2016) -- By keeping it compact and useful, you are giving your friends and family the gift of a stress-free post-holiday season, as well as an item that is certain to be used time and time again.

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Confessions of a kayaking addict


Thanks to kayaking, I have been up-close and personal with moose, whales, dolphins, swans, loons, eagles, and many other animals that you wouldn’t be able to get close to on dry land. Nothing on earth relaxes me like slipping into my kayak and paddling out onto a quiet, peaceful lake.

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Visiting the wild west of Moab, Utah

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Moab was a great little city to visit for all the outdoor adventure they offered as well as the close proximity to two of the best national parks in the country. It is one of the coolest places we've visited since it has such a scenic landscape and so many outdoor adventures available.

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