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The National WWII Museum New Orleans Louisiana

Nestled in the middle of New Orleans, the National WWII Museum is an incredible monument to our bloodiest war. Through a number of exhibits and experiences, the museum takes visitors through the individual lives of those who fought and died for our country. Become

Fan-Tastic Ultra Breeze Vent Cover Review

This is our Fan-Tastic Ultra Breeze vent cover review and we hope that you find it useful in helping you decide whether it’s the right fit for your RVing needs. One consistent element of weather we’ve experienced on the road is rain, and a lot

Full Time RVing Costs: Motorhome Edition – December 2015

Month four and it feels like yesterday that we hit the road full time in a motorhome. The biggest thing for us this month was that we became Texas residents! We’re very excited to become Texans, but the cost to set everything up impacted

The Perfect Champagne to Ring in the New Year

Everyone loves a good bottle of bubbly to celebrate the New Year and one of our favorites is the De Margerie Grand Cru Brut. If you’re looking for that perfect Champagne to ring in the New Year that won’t put a huge dent in

Pima Air & Space Museum Tucson Arizona

Pima Air & Space Museum, located in Tucson, Arizona, has four football fields worth of indoor hangars filled with planes and over 150 more parked outside spanning 100 years of aviation history. This is one of the biggest (4th largest) and best collections of

Mesa Verde National Park

National Parks have been one of our favorite destinations and each one quickly becomes a favorite. Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado gave us a glimpse of how the Ancestral Pueblo people lived. The park has over 4,500 archeological sites including 600 cliff dwellings,

Free Camping Tucson, Arizona – Bureau of Land Management

As we make our way east, free camping is becoming difficult to find. We did find a great free camping spot in Tucson, Arizona. Eight miles west of the city on Ajo Highway, the BLM land is along the edge of an Indian Reservation and close proximity to Tucson Mountain

Full Time RVing Costs: Motorhome Edition – November 2015

It’s our third month of full time RVing and we seem to be finding our groove! We’ve continued to try and take it slow in order to save money on fuel. Although we drove nearly 900 miles in two days from Tucson to San Antonio! Food expenses

Progressive Industries EMS Review – Protect Your RV From Electrical Damage

RV electrical systems are very sensitive. Harm can be done if they are exposed to surges or low voltage when plugged into shore power. Before we took delivery of our RV, we bought the Progressive Industries EMS (Electrical Management System). We consider this EMS as part

Free RV Accommodations at Sedona Pines Resort

Imagine walking down Uptown Sedona when a gentleman approaches you about free RV accommodations at a resort not too far from town. It’s too good to be true right? That’s exactly what happened to us when we were walking Leo down the main drag of