24
Jun

Our Visit to Santa Fe

In Northern New Mexico lies the state’s capitol, Santa Fe. While it is the second largest city in New Mexico, it is much smaller than its southern neighbor, Albuquerque. However, this does not detract from the variety of fun activities, interesting museums, and good eats that this city has to offer. Of all the places we visited in New Mexico,

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13
Jun

Breaking Bad Tour in Albuquerque

It’s no secret that I am a sucker for a good TV drama. And while I have seen many that I have thoroughly enjoyed, my all-time favorite show is actually the first show I ever binge-watched on Netflix, Breaking Bad. If you haven’t yet seen this acclaimed show, I highly recommend you drop whatever you’re doing and watch all fifty

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12
Jun

8 Things To Do in Albuquerque

About an hour south of Santa Fe, New Mexico’s capital, and due west of Cibola National Forest and the gorgeous Sandia Mountains lies Albuquerque, the largest city in New Mexico. But what comes to mind when one thinks of the city of Albuquerque? The initial thought may be, “how do I even say that?” but once pronunciation is determined, most

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18
Dec

It’s an RV Christmas – Decorating for the Holidays

I absolutely love all things related to Christmas. The twinkly lights, the bright-colored ribbons, the fresh pine trees, the beautifully-wrapped gifts, and so much more. I anxiously await the Christmas season all year long, waiting until I take the final bite of Thanksgiving dinner to declare that my favorite holiday has officially begun. In fact, I tend to consider the entire

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17
Dec

Reflections on our First Year of Nomadic Living

A couple days ago, we reached our three-hundred-sixty-fifth day of “road life.” Naturally, this has us in a state of reflection over the past year. While looking back, we realized that there have been some meaningful insights that have revealed themselves along the journey, and the following seven observations are just a few of the many things we have learned.

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7
Sep

Recap: Lone Pine Round Two

On our journey of full-time RVing, our first-ever boondocking location was in Lone Pine, California, in a federally-protected area known as the Alabama Hills. We originally planned to stay there for two weeks, but we were chased out by impending floods, caused by heavy rainfall and snowfall in the Sierra Nevada Mountain range. Our stay there only ended up being

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8
Jul

2/59 Death Valley National Park

Our visit to Death Valley National Park began with a scenic drive up CA-127 through expansive, sweeping California desert scenery. We then connected with CA-190 near the border of Nevada to head west into the park towards Furnace Creek, one of the park’s main areas of population. We hope that you are enjoying your Easter wherever you may find yourself

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25
May

RECAP: Mojave National Preserve

To put it simply, our one-week stay in the Mojave National Preserve was my favorite week of our trip thus far. We left Barstow, CA on the morning of March 26th headed for a spot just within the preserve, called “Dharma Tower.” We had seen a couple of reviews for the location on “Campendium,” a website where we find most

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16
May

Los Angeles Part II: The Lowlights

During our second visit to the City of Angels for some repairs to our RV, we spent much of our time being tourists and seeing the sights. However, during the visit, we also dealt with some very trying circumstances. Being the optimists that we are, we did our best to take these situations in stride and to learn what lessons

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16
May

Los Angeles Part I: The Highlights

I have been wanting to see the city of Los Angeles for most of my life. I was actually born there, in the Northridge Valley, in 1993. My parents and continued living in Northridge and were present during the bad earthquake of 1994, where I reportedly slept through the entire thing. However, my parents began to miss their parents (my grandparents)

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