• 7 observations or tips for traveling the 101 Oregon Coast

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    7 observations or tips for traveling the 101 Oregon Coast
      I’ve had the pleasure of traveling up and down the Oregon Coast a few times now, I do really love it and highly recommend taking the time if you are able…Here are a few observations or tips I acquired while traveling on the wonderful coastal 101.PICK A DIRECTION IF YOU NEED  - I feel the North and South are vastly different!….The North is more touristy town, good for shopping and eating, nice beaches to bring a chair and hang out all day….The South is more rugged beaches, smaller towns with not a lot going on...
  • Top 5 must have travel items

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    Top 5 must have travel items
    Being an RVer we all travel in different ways, have different rigs and like to do things in different ways. I think we can all agree that we all have items that make our lives better, easier or we just take pleasure in as we travel. Here are my top 5 must have travel items:1. WiBoost - I work as I travel, and I do like to get off the beaten path and camp in places where cell coverage is not great…My Booster is wonderful….The booster usually boosts my signal 2 bars or so….Don’t leave home...
  • Simple Tips for RVing in our National Parks

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    Simple Tips for RVing in our National Parks
    A simple checklist for RVing in one of our National Parks this summer.
  • Finding a place to camp...

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    Finding a place to camp...
    We are all on the road for different reasons, some of us are on vacation, some retired, some working still….and with that we all have different budgets, BUT the one thing we all have in common is the need to find places to lay our heads at night! I fall in the “still working” category and I’m on a budget for sure. When I first hit the road I looked at my rent and figured out what I pay per day to live in my apartment in Boulder, CO and used that as a sorta guideline,...
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