20
Jul

Fourth of July in Silverton, Colorado

After a nice stay in Durango, Colorado, we ventured further into the San Juan National Forest, stopping in a quaint little mountain town called Silverton. The drive from Durango to Silverton was only a little over an hour long, but with a name like “Million Dollar Highway,” we knew it was going to be truly magnificent. It did not disappoint,

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17
Jul

Maintaining Connection While Full-time RVing

For many who travel full-time, maintaining constant cell connection is a top priority. Whether you work remotely, you’re a gig worker, or you run your own business, there are many reasons you might need to have connection at all times. One of our most frequently asked questions, is “How do you have signal when dry camping?” (or “Boondocking”) In this

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16
Jul

Mesa Verde National Park (23/59)

Mesa Verde National Park was the twenty-third US national park we visited. Unlike the other fifty-eight national parks, Mesa Verde is not known for its natural scenery, but rather for its historic value. In this park, there are over six hundred, well-preserved cliff dwellings, once inhabited by thousands of Puebloan people over eight hundred years ago. Their design and architectural

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3
Jul

A Summer Stop in Durango, Colorado

Our second stop in Colorful Colorado was in the little town of Durango, located in the state’s southwestern-most corner. A few weeks prior to visiting this lovely area, a wildfire broke out nearby, and the entire surrounding national forest was subsequently closed. Due to this unfortunate event, we were sure we would end up missing this stop and seeing this

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3
Jul

Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve (22/59)

On our journey to see all fifty-nine US national parks, Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve was our twenty-second park. It was also our first of the four Colorado national parks that we have been so looking forward to seeing AND our very first stop in Colorado. Needless to say, this stop had some big shoes to fill, and

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1
Jul

Discovering Taos, New Mexico

A few hours Northeast of Santa Fe and nestled amongst the Sangre de Cristo Mountains lies Taos, a quirky little town with an interesting history and a thriving art scene. We spent our last week in New Mexico boondocking in the Carson National Forest, right outside of Taos, and this was by far our favorite stop in New Mexico. Considering

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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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