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RV For Sale

Monday April 27th, 2009 in RV, Used RV | No Comments »

RV For Sale
We are sad to announce that our RVing Adventure has been abbreviated and we are selling our RV.
The United States Government refuses to honor their word, and kk is still green-card-less. Because of this, we may be moving to England (yeah!) where at least we can travel freely and work as needed. Plus [...]

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The No Destination Experiment

Wednesday March 25th, 2009 in Dogs, Environment, No Mortgage, People, Press, RV, RaWednesday, Renovation, Used RV, Very Cool Stuff, camping | 1 Comment »

The No Destination Experiment
We are still living and working in the RV, and loving it!
Since our last post:
We had some major work completed on the RV. It is running great!
For the holidays we were in North Carolina, visiting family and friends.
In January, we were in Carolina Beach, North Carolina. We were there for a month, [...]

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Renovation Sneak Peak

Saturday May 31st, 2008 in RV, Renovation, Used RV | 4 Comments »

Renovation Sneak Peak
We’re midway through our complete RV renovation. Our new bedroom has gone from 1980s shabby and worn to modern and clean. Here’s a little sneak peak of our work in progress.

Left to right: Original; In Repair; Bones Fixed; Almost Done

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Home Sweet (Motor) Home

Wednesday April 9th, 2008 in People, RV, Used RV | 1 Comment »

Home Sweet (Motor) Home
After months of searching, days of waiting, multiple trips to the ATM, and a whole lot of positive thinking, we brought home our RV today! A beautiful 1988 Winnebago Chieftian. This is 22ft of Class-A RV goodness. We purchased the RV from a great couple called Cyndi & Larry. They were [...]

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New vs. Used

Tuesday April 1st, 2008 in No Mortgage, Used RV | 1 Comment »

New vs. Used
When we first started planning our project, we were dead set on buying a new RV. We wanted something small - like a 24 foot Class C. We thought, “Warranty, nice. Never used kitchen, perfect. New tires, awesome. That new RV smell, delicious.” Every question that we could come up with we [...]

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