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A Day of Fun with Kids in Huntsville, AL

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One of our favorite places to visit when traveling through the south is Huntsville, Alabama aka “Rocket City,” a center of arts, music and culture in North Eastern Alabama as well as being home to many of our best friends in the whole wide world. Home to the largest concentration of engineers in the country in large part […]

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An Afternoon of Fun in Charleston, SC with Kids!

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Situated at the confluence of the Ashley and Cooper Rivers on the Charleston Harbor, the coastal city of Charleston is the oldest in South Carolina, and the second largest city in the state. A blend of southern U.S., French and West African cultures, historic downtown Charleston is a unique blend of tradition and culture alive with arts, music […]

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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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The Perfect Day in Virginia Beach, VA

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Sunrise on The Beach Having grown up in Virginia Beach, this coastal city on Virginia’s southern-most point is a frequent destination for our family. At least once a summer, once the ocean water has warmed in late August or early September, we make it a point to get up before the sun and down to the oceanfront […]

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5 Things to Do in Montross, VA

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The small, rural town of Montross, Virginia is on the Northern Neck of Virginia and it is where we called home before we began to travel full-time – we didn’t always live in our RV! Before we decided to go on the road and travel with 2 kids and 2 cats, we lived in a beautiful 3-bedroom Sears House on a […]

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10 Things To Do in Savannah, GA with Kids

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Founded in 1733, there’s plenty of history to keep you busy in Savannah, but there’s also plenty of culture and fun to be had! This coastal city has the distinction of being the United States’ oldest planned city and was designed and built by James Oglethorpe, the founder of the Georgia Colony. Savannah is a great walking […]

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An Afternoon of Fun in Richmond, VA

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The capital city of Richmond, VA, in the center of the state where I-95 and I-64 converge, is a metro area with a ton of opportunities for fun-filled afternoons. We spent 10 months living here and have picked three of our favorite spots in Richmond that together make for one special day, plus a bonus for any overtaxed parents […]

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Afternoons Full of Fun in Fredericksburg, VA

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Lovely Fredericksburg, Virginia is a bedroom community along the i-95 corridor about 50 miles south of Washington D.C. The city itself and neighboring Spotsylvania county share a population of fewer than 30,000 which helps maintain a certain small town feel despite rapid commercial growth in the last few decades. For the past 15 years, it’s […]

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Fun in an Afternoon in Baltimore, MD

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In November 2014, our first travel destination on our journey to full-time RV living was Baltimore, Maryland for a single overnight before flying out on early morning one-way tickets to Texas to look for The RV that would take us on our new adventure. We didn’t let our short stay stop us from having a good time […]

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Austin, TX

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  Austin, Texas is an oasis of awesome. The only problem is that it’s surrounded by Texas. heh In Austin, we visited a number of neat places, including: Torchy’s Tacos, a taco place. The Austin Food Truck Court. Chuy’s, a Mexican restaurant. Counter Culture, a vegan restaurant. REI, an outdoor goods chain. The headquarters of Whole […]

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Annapolis, MD

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We recently visited Annapolis, Maryland (Wikipedia, City website), mainly because we were in the region due to the Maryland Renn Faire. While we were there, we did a lot of cool stuff: We saw (from a distance) the famous Annapolis Naval Academy, We visited our friend’s boat at Port Annapolis, We ate at a restaurant […]

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