Nomadic Life


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Jan 2016

Crash Course on the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania (3 videos!)

Area Summary The Pocono Mountains also referred to as “The Poconos” is located in the northeastern region of Pennsylvania. They offer a large array of nature filled activities for every season; including, hiking, skiing, kayaking or canoeing, biking (mountain or motor), water rafting, fishing, horseback riding… just to name a few. Our visited in late October of 2015 was a beautiful time to experience the...

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Dec 2015

How to Get an Unlimited Cellular Data Plan

Yes…. no really… YES!!  It is true you can get an unlimited cellular data plan and it isn’t that hard. In this article we cover three ways to get your hands on an unlimited cellular data plan including ones from major carriers like Verizon, Sprint & AT&T. Update (February 15th, 2017): Quite a few changes in the unlimited data landscape have occurred since this article was...

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Nov 2015

Cook a 12 Pound Turkey in Your RV!

Who says you can’t have a traditional Thanksgiving meal while on the road? We cooked at 12-pound whole turkey in our RV microwave convection oven and it turned out great. We used this simple recipe that required only 4 ingredients. Ingredients: 8-12lb Whole Turkey Salt to taste Pepper to taste 2 cups of Chicken broth Cook time: 12-15 minutes per pound Oven temp: Preheat –...

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Lobsters & Lighthouses in Southern Maine

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Nov 2015

Lobsters & Lighthouses in Southern Maine

Area Summary The southern Maine coastline is a great summer destination. Filled with tons of beaches, small town boutiques and places to get lobster at almost every corner. While we couldn’t see it all, here our some places we suggest you should check out! Campground(s) we stayed Moody Beach RV Resort and Campground. This is a Thousand Trails campground located in Wells, Maine. It’s a...

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02

Nov 2015

RV Motorcycle Lift – What’s That? Which to Choose?

OK so long before we decided to ditch the stick house and move on to the mobile lifestyle both Kala and I were avid motorcyclists. I began riding motorcycles at the age of 6 and the rest is well history… I caught the bug hard and found myself on all manner of motorcycle from cruisers to sportbikes and adventure tourers.  In 2014, my father and I decided...

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Oct 2015

Albacore – Tuna or Submarine?

It’s actually both! While visiting southern Maine we took a 20-minute drive down to Portsmouth, NH, not only to enjoy the local brewery, but to get a little history lesson by visiting the United States Ship Albacore (AGSS 569) located in Albacore Park – 600 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801 to be exact. For $7.00 per person you can take a self guided audio tour...

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Oct 2015

RV Convection Microwave – Do they work? Can you really bake in one?

I’m not going to lie I was a bit confused and slightly intimidated by our RV convection microwave. Don’t get me wrong I totally understood the microwave part… put food in, press microwave, select cook time and ‘TA-DA!’ hot food in no time, but the button that read BAKE and with three round removal racks inside got me a bit confused. My first attempt to...

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01

Oct 2015

Chili, Chili & More Chili – Henniker, NH 2015 Chili Festival!

If you like chili we recommend checking out the Henniker, New Hampshire annual chili festival. The local’s call it “Fire on the Mountain Chili Festival” because it takes place at their local ski Mountain, Pat’s Peak, and as the website says “it’s a celebration of all things spicy!” We attended their 13th annual “Spicy Celebration” on Sunday, August 23rd where we got to try a...

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Sep 2015

A Day Antiquing in Brimfield Massachusetts

Brimfield, Mass is one of the most popular antiquing destinations in the country. Three times a year they hold a week long antique road show where dealers and vendors will set up booths filled with any type of antique you can possibly think of! These road shows are massive, something that would be very difficult to get through in one day. It’s a family friendly...

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Aug 2015

RV Organization – Part 1

Getting your RV organized while also utilizing the most amount of space is always the ultimate goal. It was quite an experience for us to try to fix all of our stuff in an RV which was a much smaller space than our stick home. Like the old saying goes ‘putting 10 pounds of stuff in a 5 pound bag’ or something like that :). We...

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