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Old 10-05-2014, 10:14 AM   #1
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New RV Family Travel Podcast

Our new podcast includes segments on 5 Myths about RVing, Campground Breakfasts, The New Retro Winnebago Brave, The Jellystone Park in Luray, and much more! The podcast is free and has no advertising!

Check it out here or on iTunes.

http://livelylittlecampers.com/2014/...s-about-rving/
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Old 10-06-2014, 03:40 AM   #2
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Well done indeed! Great Pictures.
A couple of weeks ago while at a RV park in Wa. State I met another young couple who sold their house in Colorado and took up full timing. They too have a blog, called rvlove. More young couples are realizing that this is a lifestyle that they see as a affordable alternative to the norm. The internet has made this possible and I think it's great. Another young couple with kids
I met in May had refinished a older Airstream and became full timers. Good for you guys. Your kids wll have a great life experience.
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Hey Murphie,

Thanks for listening! We don't live full time in our RV, we just use it a whole heck of a lot. This year we have spent 43 nights camping and we still have two more weekend trips planned.

Happy camping to you!
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Read thorough most of your campground reviews and we are really looking forward to camping at the OBX KOA. Great Blog!
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Love the OBX KOA. Particularly in the off season. Great pool and hot tub. Location can't be beat!
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