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The #1 question we get asked by almost everyone: how did you do it?!  How did we decide to take[...]
How We Make A Living While Traveling Fulltime
Lots of people ask us "How do you make a living?" or "How do you make money?" once they find out[...]
10693 Miles in 3 Months at 5.3 Miles/Gallon
"If I wanted to... emphasis on IF.... what would it cost to me live in an RV for 3 months?!"[...]
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Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Bluenose Inn

While listening to Bill play live piano music in an old world lounge in the Bluenose Inn in Bar Harbor on a cliff overlooking the Atlantic, I have certain expectations for how the kids will comport themselves.  I'm normally very liberal with how they go about exploring their world (read: Grandmom suffers regular mini heart attacks - so does Scott - and I endure a lot of those [...]

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Baxter State Park: Middle of Nowhere Maine

By the light of a cozy campfire I read out loud, "I started to run and found I couldn't, because of the boulders; that made me frantic and I climbed over them like a cat and yelled and shouted and cried all the time.  I yelled for my dad.  I climbed up as high as I could on a big rock and screamed for him - then I waited.  No answering shout - nothing - just the noise of th [...]

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Great New England Air Show 2018

After packing his parachute, he and some of his friends made his way over to the crowd.  The Golden Knights had just opened the 2018 Great New England Air Show by flying the flag during the national anthem followed by an impressive group jump.  He must have been mid to late 20s, dark hair, strong jaw, nice grin.  He saw Evie and came directly over to give her and Jack a h [...]

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And We Swung By Istanbul For Fun

If you head to Istanbul, here's a piece of free advice: If you don't observe Ramadan AND you only have 6-7 hours to explore, it's probably best not to show up on the last day of the holy month.  Eid al-Fitr is a very big deal - Christmas-level big deal (maybe even bigger, if that's possible).  Fun to be there but... Everything is closed.  Shut down: Celebration in Progres [...]

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