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Favorite Things: This Updated Kitchen Light

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This light fixture. One of the first things we did when we moved on board the rig full-time was replace the light over the kitchen table. A standard milk glass, pressed glass globe with a bright brass base, this fixture was dated and well…kind of scary ugly. For whatever reason, there was also a spare […]

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Skidaway Island State Park – Savannah, GA

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Less than thirty minutes away from downtown, historic Savannah, Skidaway Island State Park is a tiny treasure in Chatham County on the coast of Georgia. Skidaway Island itself is southeast of Savannah proper, separated from the mainland by the the Skidaway and Moon Rivers, and miles of coastal waterways, marshes and wetlands – part of intracoastal waterway. […]

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Built-in Laundry Hamper in Bathroom Cabinet

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With a family of four on board a Class A motorhome with no laundry built-in, no washer – no dryer, we needed to be sure we could find a place for dirty clothes in between trips to the laundry mat – about once a week or so. We re-use and recycle clothes whenever we can, […]

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Favorite Things: This Brass Train Rack

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Once we got past the abundance of brass on our rig (we’re going with a train theme…yeah, that’s it), we decided to embraced the richness of brass, walnut, cream and red as our palette. This brass train rack – we just love it. We found this gem on Amazon.com, and have been thrilled with the look […]

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RV Office and Household File Storage

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Reader Question: “Your office looks nice, but where do you keep all your stuff? Those shelves are too empty!” If you’re full-timing, and not totally digital and paper-free (like most of us!), you’ll need to have some storage on your RV for necessary health, insurance, work, school and banking records, important identity and travel documents, and […]

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The BEST Tacos in Wauchula, FL

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There are plenty of things to do while staying at the Peace River Campground – Thousand Trails, but eating is easily one of our favorites. While we were in the Wauchula area in Central Florida this winter, we sampled the dishes of many a local family-run business (really – family-run seems to be THE THING in […]

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What to Do Near Peace River Campground in Wauchula, FL

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Despite its rural Central Florida location in Hardee County, we found plenty to do and see in and around Thousand Trails’ Peace River Campground: local restaurants in Zolfo Springs and Wauchula, Hardee County’s Pioneer Park just a bike ride’s distance from the park and even an afternoon trip to see the world-famous Lipizzaner stallions training at their winter home […]

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Cats on Board (VIDEO)

Interested in how cats travel on board RVs? Check out this short video on how our cats travel with us in our Class A Motorhome.

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Working on an RV? Three Desk Solutions You’ll Love

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When we considered the possibility of living and working on board our RV, along with homeschooling two kids, we realized that a high priority for our family was going to be work space. A place to put the laptop and various devices, a place to spread out for sewing and myriad crafts, a place to […]

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Growing Plants for Clean Air and More

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One of our issues with living in small spaces is keeping our air clean. There are lots of chemicals, toxins and fumes in a typical motorhome, whether new or old. Formaldehyde, ammonia, methane, off-gassing from carpet, cabinets, wall panels or countertops as well as pollutants typical in traffic such as Diesel Particulate Matter, Carbon Monoxide, […]

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