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The Never-Bored RVers’ Journal: The Old Mormon Road

It’s doubtful that anyone is born with a gene that makes them an expert RVer on day one. When we bought our first RV – a 22-foot lightweight travel trailer – we didn’t even know where to fill the fresh-water tank! That’s why on our first time out as full-timers I knew practically nothing. One…

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The Never-Bored RVers’ Journal: Homespun in New England

Travelers shopping for crafts along the back roads can find some treasures, but most of all, the fun is in the adventure and the chance to talk with locals. The best part about traveling through rural New England was the charming “Cottage Industries” sprinkled along the roadsides. These homespun businesses are the essence of what…

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The Never-Bored RVers’ Journal: A Down & Out Way to Las Vegas

Picture this: out of the window of an airplane you see the nighttime vastness of the Nevada desert with little sparkles of light sprinkled around. Suddenly, out of the darkness appears a firestorm of brightness, intense whiteness, lasers and neon. It’s the sprawl of Las Vegas glaring up from the abyss.

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The Never-Bored RVers’ Journal: Driving Into My Past

For many Americans taking a drive along Route 66 is a journey into the past, when traveling by car exposed the family to the kitschy souvenir stands and diners that flourished in the ‘40s and ‘50s – before super-highways streaked across the land. While I-40 has replaced Route 66 and most of its historical significance,…

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The Never-Bored RVers Journal: The Loneliest Road in America

A sign warned us — we were about to turn onto “The Loneliest Road in America.” But with satellite radio and our always-active sense of adventure, we took the challenge. While traveling across endless desert landscapes gives RVers lots of time to think, this journey on “The Loneliest Road in America” is the ultimate experience.…

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6 Cool RV Products You’ll Definitely Want for Your Rig

Modern technology may have taken some of the allure of escaping society away from RVing, but certain gadgets really do make cross-country trips easier and much more carefree. Sure you could fumble with a paper map and stop for directions five times, but wouldn’t you rather just get there before sunset? There are all sorts…

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The Never-Bored RVers’ Journal: Across the Top of America Part 3

Following a blues concert in Bismarck, North Dakota was in our rearview mirror. We then turned our attention to exploring the northern parts of the three states bordering Lake Superior. Click here to read Part 1 and Part 2 of this series. Minnesota We stayed in six Minnesota campgrounds over 15 days, (each worth revisiting)…

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The Never-Bored RVers’ Journal: A Peek at Pinnacles

Tucked in the fold of the map between Central and Southern California is the newest treasure in the US National Park system, Pinnacles. In 2014 it was designated the 59th park in an effort to preserve its unique beauty. Pinnacles National Park, first designated as a National Monument in 1908, was one of the magnificent…

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The Never-Bored RVers’ Journal: Across The Top Of America Part 2

Most of our travels aren’t spent walking into history, but when presented with the opportunity, we almost always find it time well spent. In Butte, Montana, we partied at the National Folk Festival, which proved entertaining. Lots to see and enjoy that day, but what we found most interesting on that stop was “Butte Underground.”…

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