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We share scenes like this with you along with the information needed to get there and see it for yourself.


We share our travel details with you so you can not only see the beauty that we are seeing but to hopefully inspire you to also visit these areas of the United States for yourselves!


As full-time travelers, we will share our experiences with you.  Mainly what full-time RVing is like but also what our thoughts are on the places we’ve visited.


Jason is, first and foremost, a photographer.  He will share his favorite images from around the United States.  He’s also learned what works best for him gear wise for full-time travel and will share that experience as well.


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RV Solar Gremlins

If you have followed us for awhile you know that we installed a Go Power! Elite solar kit in our RV in March of 2018. We had spent a week boondocking with our friends Fate Unbound at Lake Mead near Las Vegas. They showed us the joy of it and we instantly knew that was […]

Day in the Life – Living in an RV Full-time

If you follow any full-time RVers online I bet you’ve come away with this illusion that everyday is a picnic. Each day brings new adventures, new things to do and see and laughs abound! Well, that’s just not reality if you do this full-time. So what’s it really like? You know, behind the scenes. Well, […]

RV Brakes Saga Continues

So our brake issues on the RV went from really bad to worse!  As you may know if you’ve read our previous blog post here, we had all four backing plates and drums replaced while in Crestview, FL due to me pumping too much grease into the axle spindle in order to lube the wheel […]

CAMPSITE REVIEW: Hampton Tract/Green Swamp Wilderness

CAMPSITE REVIEW: Hampton Tract/Green Swamp Wilderness Cost: Free Hookups: None Dump/Water On-site: None Amenities: None GPS: 28.2592222,-81.96073 Stayed here two nights in the middle of January 2019. Free campsite maintained by the Southwest Florida Water Management District. To camp, you need to obtain a permit ahead of time on the website. https://www.swfwmd.state.fl.us/recreation/hampton-tract . You get […]

One Year on the Road

This post is coming to you late, since we hit our one year anniversary on October 16th, 2018.  I’ve been struggling with exactly how I wanted to write it.  As you’ll see below, I opted for a bulleted method to try and keep the points precise and not get to wordy. If you are reading […]

Life After a Heart Attack

[NOTE:  I started writing this post several months ago but never completed it.  Decided to finish it up as it contained good insights about what I’ve been going through.] Most of you reading this blog are aware that I suffered a fairly substantial heart attack back in late June of this year.  For those not […]

Dexter EZ-Lube Axles – Expensive Mistake

Any RVer or person with a trailer (boat, hauler or any other) knows that axle bearings require regular maintenance.  If you don’t know that, please have your bearings checked soon!  We are surprised by the amount of folks who either don’t know or think it isn’t necessary but every few years or so.  Almost all […]

New Domicile State – Mail Forwarding for RVers

One of the first things we are often asked is how do you get your mail as full-time RVers.  Since leaving Evansville, Indiana on October 16th, 2017, we have been using Misty’s parents house as our address and mail forwarding address.  Once we had a few important pieces of mail they would just mail a […]

CAMPSITE REVIEW:  DuPuis Campground, Indiantown, FL

CAMPSITE REVIEW:  DuPuis Campground, Indiantown, FL Cost:  Free Hookups:  None Dump/Water On-site:  Dump near the entrance, potable water spouts throughout campground Amenities:  None GPS: 27.0060396,-80.5626066 This campground is a large field where you can pick any spot and is managed by the SW Florida Water Mgmt District.  We were able to get a nice spot […]

CAMPSITE REVIEW: Long Pine Key Campground, Everglades National Park, FL

CAMPSITE REVIEW:  Long Pine Key Campground, Everglades National Park Cost:  $20/night Hookups:  None Dump/Water On-site:  Yes; potable water is at the dump station near the front entrance Amenities:  Bathrooms, hot and cold shower houses GPS: 25.4008734,-80.6571733 This campground is in the Everglades National Park but is managed by a third-party.  That was good for us […]