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6 Lessons Learned From Our 3500 Mile Trip

6 Lessons Learned From Our 3500 Mile Trip

Joan and I just completed our winter trip leaving Middle Georgia days after Christmas and returning the end of March. We had a blast! We saw great sights, met so many interesting people and had meals that provided great representation for each area visited. We also...

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Little Ocmulgee State Park – Helena GA

Little Ocmulgee State Park – Helena GA

Spring has sprung and it's time for our annual Spring Break trip with the grand kids. The kiddos love to camp and always looks forward to going out with Joan and I for this week. We try to find a campground close to home with a number of things to do to keep the the...

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Old Mill – North Little Rock AR

Old Mill – North Little Rock AR

During our recent visit to Little Rock, we took a Sunday afternoon trip to visit the Old Mill located in the T. R. Pugh Memorial Park in North Little Rock. The mill is famous for its appearance in the opening credits of the movie “Gone With the Wind”. The mill and...

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Maumelle COE Campground – Little Rock

Maumelle COE Campground – Little Rock

We’ve left Texas and continue our loop back to Macon. This stop takes us to Maumelle COE Campground Little Rock, AR for a week long stay. This is a great RV campground along the edge of the Arkansas River. There are paved roads throughout, the sites are level with...

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Texas Ranger Hall of Fame

Texas Ranger Hall of Fame

When we traveled through Waco, Joan’s stop for the day was Magnolia Silos in search of the ever popular Chip and Joanne Gaines. I wasn’t about to leave this central Texas city without a stop at the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum. This is a wonderful museum...

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Visiting Magnolia Silos

Visiting Magnolia Silos

You can’t travel along I-35 through mid-Texas with your wife and drive through Waco and not stop. The cheering in the truck starts with “I’ve have to go to Magnolia Silos and see Chip and Joanne”. Now if you’re one of the two people on this earth who haven’t heard of...

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LBJ Library

LBJ Library

We’ve been on the road for several months at the time of this post. To some it may look like a Baby Boomer walk in the past. Maybe so, but we as American’s have so much great history at our doorstep as this was the case with our visit to the Lyndon Baines Johnson...

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Gruene Texas

Gruene Texas

As we planned our travel through Texas, I was interested in the central area where a number of German immigrants settled during the 1800’s. We visited Gruene, TX, settled in the mid 1800’s by Ernst Gruene. Ernst's son, Henry was quite the entrepreneur for his time...

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San Antonio River Walk

San Antonio River Walk

Across the street and a few steps down from The Alamo is San Antonio’s famous River Walk. The San Antonio River supported many Spanish missions located along the banks throughout the 1700 and 1800’s. Today, the River is a major tourist stop offering much to do. The...

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The Alamo

The Alamo

We’ve heard the battle cry from movies, in books, even in the backyard with kids playing: “Remember the Alamo”. You can’t visit San Antonio without a walk through this iconic shrine. This mission came into existence in the early 1700’s by the Spanish. We know it best...

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Space Center Houston

Space Center Houston

Being a Baby Boomer and growing up during the space age, one of my bucket list items was to visit the NASA Space Center Houston, TX. Joan and I were staying at the Livingston, TX Escapees Park and I couldn’t wait to make the trip and my expectations were rewarded....

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Cajun Country and Tabasco

Cajun Country and Tabasco

Traveling I-10 through Louisiana toward Texas, Joan and I decided to stop for a few days in heart of Cajun country. We took exit 103a toward New Iberia and found a very nice Campground called Cajun RVera. This county owned campground is part of the Sugarena at the...

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2015 RV Lessons Learned

Joan and I have had a great 2015 RV travel season and looking forward to our 2016 season. Our first travels were limited to the southeast from Florida to Tennessee with every stop providing both new adventures along with learning experiences. You can view our travels...

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Make RV Satellite TV Easy

Make RV Satellite TV Easy

You’ve driven the miles, RV is parked and level, all the hook ups have been made and then the dreaded question is asked by your spouse: “When will you have the satellite working so we can watch TV?” For those with an unlimited budget, there are a number of options...

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RV Tips for Buying and Travel

RV Tips for Buying and Travel

Joan and I had the perception that you buy your RV and life in this wheeled wonder will always be trouble free. What we never took into consideration was towing your wheeled home on highways that a full of pot holes, construction hazards and uneven pavement that can...

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Seven Points Campground  – Hermitage, TN

Seven Points Campground – Hermitage, TN

Over the last year, Joan and I have heard many campers talk about Corps of Engineer campgrounds. The constant theme was well maintained, attractive locations around waterways and a great value. We recently planned a trip to the Nashville, TN area for a little R&R and...

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Custom RV 12 Volt Battery Box

Custom RV 12 Volt Battery Box

Any fan of Star Trek remembers the commands by Captain Kirk demanding "More Power!" and the eventual reply from Chief Engineer Scott "I'm givin' her all she's got Captain". Well that was the state of our two 12 volt golf batteries we use for inverter power. We knew...

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North Beach Camp Resort | St. Augustine, FL

North Beach Camp Resort | St. Augustine, FL

Joan and I are on the final day from a week at North Beach Camp Resort. Before the RV, we spent many a summer vacation in St. Augustine doing the condo rental thing. This is one of our favorite cities to visit. So much to see and do - beautiful beaches (some of the...

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Georgia Veterans State Park – Cordele GA

Georgia Veterans State Park – Cordele GA

It's Spring Break here and time to get away. Leaves are starting to pop out in middle Georgia and Macon's incredible Yoshino cherry trees will be in full bloom. With a promise to take the two grand kids camping, we packed up and headed south, about an hour and a half...

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Trackrock Campground | Blairsville, GA

Trackrock Campground | Blairsville, GA

Joan and I always enjoy our North Georgia trips. Usually less than 3 hours from home base and there's so much to see and do regardless the time of year. For this trip, we left Thanksgiving afternoon for 5 days in Blairsville, destination Trackrock Campground. It had...

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