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The Camping Canuck: Top honeymoon camping destinations


(Dec. 13, 2016) -- Whether you are planning a week-end get-away or a perfect honeymoon trip, booking a ticket to the top honeymoon camping destinations can unleash the romantic and the adventurous side in you. If you don’t know where to start planning your trip, below are some essential camping tips.

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Eco Snippets: Boondocking with solar


(Dec. 13, 2016) -- Jason and Nicki Wynn are full-time RVers. Having abandoned the daily grind for a life of travel and adventure, the couple now shares their ups and downs and trials and tribulations on their blog, Gone with the Wynns.

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RV Travel: Why RVing is not as much fun today


(Dec. 13, 2016) — For people like me, who have traveled by RV for decades, RVing today is not as much fun. I was reminded of this in a letter last week from a reader named Paul. There are so many RVs these days, it’s often a chore to find a campsite.

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Tiny House Build: Insurance options


(Dec. 13, 2016) -- As interest in tiny houses has grown exponentially, more and more insurance companies have found ways to underwrite them, giving us the benefit of coverage. A couple years ago, tiny house insurance options were limited to just a few states, but today, numerous tiny house insurance options exist and more are being added regularly.

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On the Road of Retirement: Last days in San Diego, Calif.


(Dec. 13, 2016) — All good things come to an end and so it was with our 7 week stay in San Diego. Before our departure we continued touring San Diego’s finest attractions. Off to Old Town we went to stroll around the historic state park while enjoying the ladies and gentlemen dressed in period era clothing.

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Interstellar Orchard: A review of working remotely


(Dec. 13, 2016) -- For the first time since I hit the road, the majority of my income this year will have come from remote work rather than taking seasonal work-camping jobs. The biggest leap of faith I made this summer by deciding to boondock rather than picking a national park to work at was probably not about whether I’d enjoy boondocking (I was fairly certain I would), but rather would I be able to earn enough money from other sources to support myself.

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Roadtreking: The addition of our Florida condo


(Dec. 13, 2016) -- We now have the best of three worlds: The Roadtreking world, where we can go anywhere, stay anywhere and boondock far off the grid in spectacular wilderness or enjoy luxury resort-style campgrounds; Our home in Michigan which is located on a beautifully wooded lot with a trout stream in the backyard; and now our new three bedroom Gulf-front condo on Okaloosa Island on the Florida panhandle’s Emerald Coast.

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Gypsy Journal RV: Well, I did it!


(Dec. 13, 2016) -- Okay, call me a liar. I said I wasn’t going to do it, and I really meant it. I had no intention of going into any big box store until after the holidays. I don’t tolerate the crowds very well and the commercialism turns me off. But I did it.

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RV Travel: Fear of freezing


(Dec. 13, 2016) -- I am freaking out! The temperature got down to 25 last night and we have water in our water heater and one gallon of water and a chemical in our black tank. We did blow out the water lines. Should I be concerned about the tank and water heater freezing last night? We were not expecting the temperature to drop so fast. We are camping and I am scared I am going to find a busted tank. —Rhonda F.

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Cheap RV Living: Rubber Tramp Rendezvous schedule


(Dec. 12, 2016) -- My goodness, how time flies when you’re having fun! It seems like just yesterday that summer was starting and I was off on another summer of travel and adventure. Now the summer is long since over, I’ve driven and camped in snow, and I had a fantastic family Reunion in Medford Oregon. And that can only mean one thing, it’s time for me to be thinking about Rubber Tramp Rendezvous (RTR) 2017!!

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