Posts tagged adventures
Boondocking It Is!

Why should you boondock? Well if FREE living does not appeal to you, how about the unbelievable beauty? Or, do you want to experience things very few others enjoy? Does peace and quiet appeal to you? I could sit here and list a million reasons for you to consider, but ultimately your soul will speak to you.

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Don't Call it Homeschooling

When we first began our travels, we started with a highly recommended homeschool curriculum and Champlin did quite well. That said, something was missing. It was not until we threw some of the books to the side and empowered him with his education, that his passion came alive. Once I gave up traditional homeschooling control, I learned that he loved history, archaeology, science, and math. What six-year- old knows all of the dinosaur ages (Jurassic, Triassic, and Cretaceous!) and different geological rock formations?
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How to Calm the Hustle & Bustle

Even though we travel full time in our RV, it is easy for us to get lost in all the details that consume our daily life. You may think that life is stress free for us, and we do not have a care in the world. But just like you, we have bills to pay, a house to clean, doctor appointments, kid duties, our relationship to tend to, and so much more. I have to remind myself that I need to be present and enjoy the life we have chosen.

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Adventures of the Golden Snail

Moving is no big deal, right? Um, no! There’s a lot that goes into a RV relocation. You have to lift the motorhome jacks, close the slides, retract the canopy, take down the flags, and you need to secure EVERYTHING inside the motorhome so you do not have a disaster to clean up once the move has been completed. Sounds easy enough, right? Well, that was not the case on MY moving day. I struggle with daily, ongoing, pervasive fatigue that is exacerbated by stress. Guess what? This was a very stressful feat. So, I had to get up especially early to give myself plenty of time to achieve all the duties and to take ample breaks in between each accomplishment.

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