PUPS AT THE MOUNTAIN GAMES

Check out the great canine buddies we met while at the GoPro Mountain Games! RVs make stress-free trips for owners who don’t want to leave their pets behind but would rather bring them along for the adventure. Learn more about RVing with pets and other benefits of RV travel.

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HOME SWEET HOME ON WHEELS

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Up until now the places we’ve stayed on our journey from Key West to Alaska have been new to us. This week was a little different. We spent the week in one of America’s heartland states, Indiana. It’s the place where I grew up and where the majority of my family still lives. Our mission this week was to spend quality time with family and to see at least two new things in the area. We wanted to show our kids that you can find always find adventure near or far.

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CROSS-COUNTRY COLORS

 

The first box of Crayola crayons was created in 1903. Eight crayons. It sold for five cents. On day 10 of our “Summer of Love 2.0” RV excursion, we drove to Easton, Pennsylvania, home of the Crayola corporate headquarters, and we were able to see just how far  the company has come in 111 years.

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FUN AT THE GOPRO MOUNTAIN GAMES WITH GO RVING

Join in on the family fun as we look back at Go RVing’s recent visit to Vail, Colorado for the GoPro Mountain Games.

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MUSEUM PEACE

Most of the time, a road-trip destination is the kind of place where you joyfully snap a photo, smiling broadly, embracing the fact that you got to see a must-see attraction. But sometimes you don’t want to pose with a smile. Sometimes you want to reflect. Sometimes you feel the need for a somber reminder about a profound tragedy. You know you HAVE to visit a particular place, even though you know you won’t necessarily leave having been entertained, but rather enlightened.

So over the years during our RV journeys, we’ve explored the National Holocaust Museum in D.C., the Oklahoma City National Memorial about the 1995 bombing, and the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis. And yesterday, after parking our RV in the suburbs and taking a train into Manhattan, we visited the newly-opened National September 11 Memorial.

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