Young full time RV Family Working on the Road

Let me start off by introducing myself and my little family of love. There’s me, Jenn, a 33 year old mother of two, singer, artist, graphic designer, and lover of musical theater. Then we have David, my husband, who many say resembles Seth Rogen (I’m not complaining 😉) He is 36, a musician to the core with his primary instruments being the bass and guitar. He is a super fun loving easy going guy which helps to balance me out… a more anxious, outgoing, free spirit with a temper and dramatic flare. Read more about Young full time RV Family Working on the Road

Camp Hosts at USI RV Park in Wichita, Kansas

Levi about to fill up a 100 lb propane tank at USI RV Park. The front office is in the background. If you look to the right edge of the photo you can glimpse the back end of our rig. We were parked right next to the office; made for a quick commute to work. […]

MAKING THE MOST OF MIDLAND, TX

We were delighted this January to get a phone call inviting us to spend a week or two at a campground in Midland, TX. We had passed through Midland as we headed to Arizona (staying at a local Walmart) and while it was clear that it’s a large city, it’s in the middle of the oil fields and we weren’t too motivated to explore it as we couldn’t picture ourselves staying for the long-term. That being said, it has plenty to do, and nearby San Angelo is full of super-nice people and a thriving arts scene too. Read more about MAKING THE MOST OF MIDLAND, TX

Running in the Dark: Startaca p.2

Second Annual 5K Mine Run in Hutchinson, Kansas One of the many awesome advantages of being a full time RVer and traveling around the country is being able to attend some one-of-a-kind events.  Enter Strataca’s Annual 5K Mine Run!  Last year, we were camp hosts in Wichita, Kansas at USI RV Park.  On our days […]

Strataca: Underground Salt Museum in Hutchinson, Kansas

What makes Strataca unique? Strataca, dubbed one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas, is an underground salt museum that takes visitors 650 feet below the Earth’s surface.  A 90-second ride down a dark shaft leads to a lithic abyss that showcases everything utilized and discovered during mining, along with a few extra surprises. There are fifteen mines of this kind […]

Trade ya for a Story…

I am not sure if it was who I grew up with or where I grew up but the barter system was alive and well during my formative years making a huge impact on me! I learn from my father if you could make a deal without using actual cash it was not only a ton more fun but you usual got a lot more out of the deal.

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Tucson Nights and Delights

Ross and I really loved our visit to Tucson. So much so that we kept extending it! Unfortunately we have been having persistent battery issues, so while we were there Ross installed a new battery for us. (That hasn’t fixed the problems, unfortunately, but that’s for another blog.) When we weren’t working or problem-solving, we found plenty of fun things to do in Tucson.  Read more about Tucson Nights and Delights

Workamping as Camp Hosts at Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping

Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping runs along the shoreline of Lake Huron and overlooks the Mackinac Bridge, Mackinac Island, Round Island, and Bois Blanc Island. Every corner of this campground is a photo op. How did we learn about the position at Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping? Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping regularly runs employment ads through Workamper News, […]

Finding the Others-

com•mu•ni•ty
kəˈmyo͞onədē/

  1. noun
    1. a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. “a community of retired persons”
    2. a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals. “the sense of community that organized religion can provide”

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