Feel the Holiday Spirit – on the Road!


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All roads lead home for the Holidays. BUT what if your home is on wheels?  Being a full-time nomad is full of adventure and excitement. If you’re on the road during the holidays, it could leave you feeling a little grinchy. To keep your spirits bright and leave the holiday blues out of sight, here are 4 ways to celebrate the holidays on the road. Host a Holiday Movie Night The great debate concerning whether the action classic Die Hard is a Christmas movie or not is a decade long, and the argument itself can be seen to many as...

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Winter is Coming: How to get your RV prepared for the Snow


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Winter is coming! And while some people are getting ready to pack up their RV, others are sticking around and taking advantage of the snow. Winter RV camping offers you an opportunity to explore ski destinations, take nice photos in the snow, and just enjoy the snowfall season. However, before going on a trip this winter, you have to make sure your RV is in good condition to withstand the cold.  First, we begin with the winter RV checklist. Thick blankets, socks, hats, and gloves. Warm clothes. Emergency repair kits. Goggles to protect your eyes. Snow boots. Warm sleeping bags....

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8 Things To Do When Visiting America


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America is one of the most underrated tourist destinations because it’s widely overly visited. Due to bad press and an admittedly diminishing appeal to tourists, recent years. It’s easy to think some island resort or ancient city would be a better vacation. What if I told you could get a taste of everything in the USA.  Here are ten destinations that make the USA worth a visit;  The Grand Canyon, Arizona The magic of the grand canyon never dies. It’s the raw majesty of Mother Nature that captivates you.  18 miles wide, over  One mile deep, and  277 miles long. ...

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Be Prepared for Nasty Weather


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If you just moved across the country or travel often, you may face weather conditions different from what you are used to back at home. If you are lucky, the weather would be better, but if not, you’d need to be prepared for the worst-case scenario and also dress accordingly.  Nasty weather can be cold, hot, windy, cloudy, rainy, or maybe raining fire from an active volcano but let’s focus on the most common situations.    Winter is Coming During the snowy days, you are not just concerned about getting sick from catching a cold but also the possibility of...

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Understanding the Dangers of Online Dating When You Live in a Rural Area


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Dating can be a tad bit difficult, especially for people who live in rural areas. Considering that the next-door neighbor maybe a few kilometers away, it is extremely difficult to meet new people, probably fall in love, and live happily ever after. But, who says your soulmate has to be a few minutes away or has to be a member of your book club?  The exciting thing about love is that it can happen anywhere and at any time. And people who live in rural areas are aware of this possibility and are not giving up on love–as they have...

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