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This year, we stayed in 59 different locations in our RV, and several more in our months of non-RV travel. In this post, we'll pick our...

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This year, we stayed in 70 different locations (yes, I counted.). And pretty much every single one of them had something special about them...

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One of the things we absolutely love about life on the road is that we always get to live in The Perfect Spot. Whatever that...

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Working our way down the Mississippi from St. Louis towards Tennessee, we were hoping to find a scenic spot along the river to stop...

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After our stay at Hot Spring National Park, we headed north following the beautifully scenic highway 7 through the Ozarks. Once the sun set though,...

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We journeyed to Hohenwald Tennessee in May to visit the Oliver Factory to handle a few issues with our trailer. Afterwards, we wanted to...

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Hot Springs National Park in Hot Springs, AR is one of the most unusual National Parks in the nation. First off, it is the smallest...

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Making our way from Austin towards St. Louis, we decided to put our Texas State Parks pass to use one more time with a...

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One of our reasons for visiting Texas was to meet up with Cherie's family at her father's submarine veterans reunion in San Antonio, and...

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Cherie grew up in Austin, and her brother and his wife live there today. It is a cool town, and a place we...

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At the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, there are two choices for camping - the beautifully wooded Mather Campground, or the crowded parking lot known as Trailer Village.

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Passing through Joshua Tree National Park, we spent the night at the Cottonwood Campground near the park's south entrance. This is the closest...

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This campground offers parallel style parking for RVs and/or tent camping right along Route 1, and right along the beach. There are no hook-ups, so RVers should come prepared with a full battery and water tanks (although, there is fresh water available). Sheltered porta-potties are provided. The camping fee was just $15/night, and for us - it was a perfect way to spend sometime along the ocean.