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Crater Lake and on to California

This past weekend we left Portland and traveled down to Eugene, Oregon.  We stayed in the Valley River Mall parking lot in Eugene. Sounds romantic, right….? No, it was not our own private mountaintop, but it was actually a very nice boondocking spot for a couple of days. Eugene seems to be completely engulfed in beautiful…

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Seattle: The Rain is a Lie

Seattle is a city I’ve always wanted to live in. It is a big, beautiful, bustling city surrounded by a quietly magnificent wilderness. You get the best of both worlds. People who live here always try to dissuade you from loving it because it’s rainy. The secret is, they just don’t want any more people packing into this…

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11 Rude Awakenings – What You May Not Know About Full Time RVing

Living in an RV is weird. It is a cross between living in a tiny house and living in a boat – there is no room for anything, and everything is constantly being rattled around and thrown from one side of the room to another in violent fashion. I decided to make a list of the parts of…

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RV Costs – Technomadia Video

When we had the chance to meet Chris and Cherie from Technomadia, we also had an opportunity to be their “studio audience” while they made a video about the costs of full-time RV living. This is of course a very important piece to consider when thinking of hitting the road full time, and it is something…

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Joining an RV Membership Club

We decided to do some research on if we should join an RV membership club of some sort before we set off. There are a ton out there, but we see a few repeatedly recommended to us that we felt were worth checking into. Below I will go through what I came across in my research, along…

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