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Family Travel

Helping Your Children Make Friends at the Campground

One of the things we love most about campgrounds is they are like old school 1980s neighborhoods. Kids are running all over the place, riding bikes, playing tag, sliding down…
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Family Travel

Getting Along to Go Along

To some people, RV living conjures up images of cramped dining, bored kids, and bickering adults. I would be a liar if I said those things never happen, but after…
RV Reviews

Travel Trailer Review: Jayco Jay Feather X23B

You might expect to be roughing it with a hybrid trailer, but that’s not the case with the 2020 Jayco Jay Feather X23B. Borrowing from its luxurious Eagle line, Jayco…
Things to Do

Education on the Road

Homeschooling on the Road Although most people don’t become full-time RVers until after the kids leave the nest, many of us choose not to wait that long. Sometimes grandparents are…
Places to Go

Camping at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campground

My husband, Jeremy, is the quintessential Disney Dad. He grew up visiting Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, many times over and created some of the best memories of his…
Family Travel

How to Road Trip with Grandkids

Each September, we leave our home on the East Coast and head out in our motorhome for months of RV travel. Last year, we changed our plans so we could…
Things to Do

10 Wonderful and Wacky Museums to Visit

My husband, Jim, and I have found there’s no better way to learn about a nation’s people and their cultures than to visit museums. It’s where we can explore history and…
Things to Do

Foresta Lumina Art in Quebec

When night falls, a magical mood overtakes Quebec’s Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook, located just north of the Vermont border. Lights twinkle, music wafts through the air, and ethereal…