Entries by Dee M

Our Very Own Gift Items For The RVer

RVers are particularly proud of their lifestyle and love to let others know how much the freedom of traveling on the open road, stopping when and where they like is something that many only dream about but RVers get to do every day of the year.  Our unique designed apparel and gift items are designed […]

Camping Paper Dolls: Free Printables

Camping paper dolls are free printable’s we designed just for your young campers. Most kids love camping,  and arts and crafts is a way they can be creative. These camping paper dolls will help entertain your kids during quiet time They can also play with them while sitting by the campfire or in the RV […]

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Sand Dollars: Beach Camping Activity

Sand Dollars are treasures we find at the beach. Looking for Sand Dollars is a great activity for kids and adults that like nature. Sand dollars don’t wash up on all beaches, but if they do it’s worth the time and effort to go look for them. Kids love this activity, and it lets them […]

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Angling in the Pacific Northwest

Whether angling for food or sport, anyone that has traveled and fished the Pacific Northwest states of Oregon and Washington knows there is some great fishing to be had there. Angling is a great sport, especially when the trout and salmon seasons open. If you are planning a trip to the area, below you will […]

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Ivan The Gorilla from Tacoma Inspired Book

Ivan the Gorilla from Tacoma is a legend. In 2013 the Children’s Book Award Winners included a book called “The One and Only Ivan” by Katherine Applegate. This book was inspired by a real life gorilla that lived for 27 years in a cage at a shopping center in Tacoma, Washington.  The good thing about […]

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Best RV Travel Guides 2019

Are you looking for the 2019 or 2020 travel guides? Campers and RVers like to be prepared when traveling. These are a few of the best RV travel guides including the newest 2019 Road Atlas’s, one of which has larger maps.  Paper guides are very useful because GPS can’t tell us everything, and there are […]

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Exploring Old Route 66 in Winslow, Arizona, and Beyond

When exploring Old Route 66 you will eventually arrive in what was a once-favorite stop for many people: Winslow, Arizona. During its heyday Winslow was a thriving community and catered to both locals and the droves of people passing through on their way to the Colorado River and beyond. Originally founded in the 1880’s as […]

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National Atomic Testing Museum

If you find yourself camping or RVing in Las Vegas and have no interest in gambling you may be at a loss for things to do. One interesting place to visit is the National Atomic Testing Museum, which is only a few minutes from the Strip, and well worth spending some time at. If staying […]

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Winslow, AZ Activities and Camping

Located right off the I-40 freeway, Winslow, AZ is easy to miss unless you are taking your time traveling along the Historic Route 66, stopping here and there to enjoy the scenery and the weather. When looking on a map you will see that Winslow is just a short distance from Flagstaff, in Navajo County.  Arizona […]