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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

The Perfect Water Purifier for International Travel – Grayl Water Purifier Review

Being able to safely drink water from almost any source is a powerful tool to have. With all of the traveling Kait and I do, we have been on a hunt for a reliable water filter that we can refill. Buying bottled water gets

Full Time RVing Costs: Motorhome Edition – October 2015

In this series, we share our costs to live on the road full time in a motorhome. We are through our second month of full time RVing and it’s been quite the adventure. Based on the learnings last month, we slowed down our pace and put fewer miles on

Portable Solar for Your RV: Renogy 100w Portable Solar Panel Review

One of the most considered upgrades for RVing is solar power. Before we started full time RVing in our 29′ motorhome, we lived out of it for two months. Four of those weeks were spent dry camping to better understand our energy consumption. After the four week,

Great Sand Dunes National Park

As we made our way from the Air Museum in Pueblo to Pagosa Springs we spent a night boondocking at the Walmart in Alamosa, CO. After seeing signs for Great Sand Dunes National Park, we decided to wake up early the next day and