Tag: motorhome


20

May 2017

The Portable Grill Challenge

What’s a good camping trip without some good grilled food? Right?!  Well we love to eat and we especially love to grill; so when it came time to pick which grill to take with us on the road, selecting the right one was a “hot” topic (ok that was cheesy). We started our RV journey with the Coleman Road Trip LXE Portable 2 burner Propane Grill...

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28

Feb 2016

Exploring Stone Mountain Georgia

Stone Mountain Georgia is a town located 30 minutes northeast of Atlanta, sitting next to the massive geological formation know as “Stone Mountain.” The formation is a quartz monzonite dome monadnock or in my words “a huge rock sticking out of ground!” It’s quite an amazing site to see, measuring 1,686 feet about sea level at the summit (825 feet above the surrounding area). It is...

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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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25

Jul 2015

Burlington Vermont & The Burlington Jazz Festival

Area Summary Burlington Vermont is located right on coast of Lake Champlain. It is the largest city in Vermont and it is also home to the University of Vermont. It is 45 miles south of the Canadian border, located between the Adirondacks and Green Mountains. The city has a historic yet contemporary vibe with tons of recreational activities from boating to skiing to biking. If you...

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13

Jul 2015

Preparing a 60+ Foot RV for Travel

If you’ve ever wondered how we get the RV, Motorcycle, Jeep & Bicycles to move along the road at 50+MPH this video will show you in less that 2 minutes. Too bad the actual prep time for travel doesn’t take 2 minutes (more like 60+ minutes!). A lot of people have also asked how much smaller our RV is when we are driving. Here are...

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06

Jul 2015

Bites, Beer & Bikes in New Paltz, NY

New Paltz, NY is home of one of the coolest towns in the historic Hudson Valley. If you are into great restaurants, fun nightlife, and cute shops, all while being surrounded by stunning mountains then New Paltz, NY is a destination that should be on your list. If you are a Thousand Trails member then Rondout Valley Campground is 25 minutes from downtown New Paltz. In just about...

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28

May 2015

A Weekend in Cape May, New Jersey

Cape May, New Jersey is the southern most city on the New Jersey coast. It is one of the country’s oldest vacations resort destinations known for it’s award-winning beaches, rich history and beautiful Victorian architecture. Check out some highlights from our weekend with my sister Nicole in Cape May! You can also checkout our full area review for more information about Cape May, NJ and...

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14

May 2015

Preventing Costly Camping Mistakes For Under 20 Bucks…

Some of the most costly mistakes in RV’ing are caused by forgetting very simple things. Let’s face it though, there is a lot to remember! Slides in and locked, antennas down, awnings in, steps in, suspension aired up! The list goes on! We find most mistakes happen when we are in a hurry and just passing through trying to get to our final destination. Let’s...

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