Monthly Archives: July 2015

As the crow flies, the National Naval Aviation Museum was just a couple miles from Fort Pickens where we were staying, but it took a bit of time to actually drive there from one end of the island all the way through Pensacola.  Jase would say it was definitely worth it.  (And we passed by […]

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Hey look, Jase wrote a post!  Here are some more of our favorite things we’ve purchased specifically for living on the road full-time.  (FYI: If you have ad-blocker, you can’t see the Amazon links, it’s not that we just didn’t post anything!) Telesteps This ladder has been great to have along on the trip because […]

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The Emerald Coast.  We fell in love with it during past travels and we were so glad to be back!  We had friends in the area to visit but we really just wanted to chill out at the National Seashore for a few days first. We stayed at the campground which was pretty nice, especially […]

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We thought we’d start separating our campground posts (realizing not everyone who travels cares about camping), Airstream posts, thoughts, improvements, etc  from the posts about things we’ve done in a certain area.  So we’re creating a new section called “DayTrippin”.  I’ll also tag our day-trips adventures by state so they can still be searched by […]

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We had big plans for Louisiana which included a stop in New Orleans, however while we were in Houston I was offered a winter position in Key West.  We had to make our way through more quickly than anticipated and chose to spend some time with friends in Florida’s panhandle before settling down for the […]

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