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Catch the latest family update as we prepare to move back into the RV and encounter a few hiccups.
📣Calling all carnivores!! It’s time for our annual 🍔MEATFEST 🥩celebration with friends! 👏 We’ve planned for this weekend-long event all year long and it’s finally here! Join us in Wisconsin for food, Fun, and FRIENDS as we enjoy a weekend’s worth of delicious meat and good times!!🎉 If you enjoy today’s video, PLEASE, give it a thumbs up and share it with your … Read More food, Fun, FRIENDS and a WHOLE LOTTA MEAT: Meatfest 2019!!
RV Living full time has its highs and lows! Trisha and the kids share their TOP FIVE Pros and Cons of full time RV living in this video! Our fun family is keeping it real (with lots of laughter) about the good and the bad of full time RV living. (Stay tuned to the end for some fun bloopers!😉)
It’s been ONE full year of living in a RV!! This week, Joe shares some of the things he has discovered to make life more efficient, comfortable and fun while living in a RV. You can click on the images below to go to Amazon and learn more about each of the items mentioned in the video. (*These are affiliate links. If you should … Read More Joe’s Top 10 Things Guys Want for RV Living
Our opportunity to explore Florida may not have worked out the way we planned, but our mission was still accomplished. In this week’s video, we travel to the Destin, Florida, area and enjoy a plethora of beautiful state parks! The beaches of the Florida panhandle are known as the Emerald Coast for their beautiful turquoise waters and powdery white sand beaches- just gorgeous.
Sometimes things DO NOT go according to plan. No one plans to stay at an RV Park where a dead body is discovered. But that is exactly what happened when we parked our travel trailer in a cute, little Brevard County campground in Melbourne, FL. It was a beautiful, sunny day and Joe stayed with the kids while I went to a nearby Starbucks to … Read More Foul Play in our Florida Campground
Joe and I LOVE books. If there is anything I am tempted to hoard, it’s books. I love getting lost in a good story and learning new things from the experience of others. I even love the smell of books- I’m a NERD that way. And no one can dispute the value of books from a learning standpoint. As we have learned about our … Read More Roadschoolers Can’t Get Weighed Down by Books
Approaching home education with purpose and meaning is a challenge. There are so many choices to be made: curriculum, time management, extra curricular activities, education methods, field trips, social activities and the list goes on and on…. One of the most important decisions that parents will make in their approach to homeschool/roadschool is how to govern their time. Roadschool comes with its own … Read More Winning at Time Management in Homeschool/Roadschool