My “Guy’s Weekend” – An Adult Getaway

My “Guy’s Weekend” – An Adult Getaway

What’s the toughest job you’ve ever had? For me, it’s being a father and husband. Don’t get me wrong; I absolutely love being a father to my kids and a husband to my wonderful wife. I know how blessed I

Tia- My 1st Girls RV Getaway

Tia- My 1st Girls RV Getaway

  Let’s start with some frank honesty. Many of us  ladies are intimidated by the thought of taking the RV out on their own. This is especially true if you have always only gone RVing with your husband and the

RVing to DC – A Year in the Making….

RVing to DC – A Year in the Making….

  Whether you have visited our nations capital in person or via pictures; we all can appreciate how much there is to see and do. When we heard about the new Smithsonian African American Museum’s projected opening in late 2016,

RVing in Fall : Football Tailgating

Summer RVing is such a wonderful time of the year. With kids out of school, there are tons of families getting out and enjoying the open roads. As the seasons change, our RV trips take a different tone. Fall happens

2017 Solar eclipse ,it  Left me Speechless

2017 Solar eclipse ,it  Left me Speechless

The Great American 2017 Solar eclipse is over I thought it would be a great time to reflect on our experience. I’m glad that I’m the RV trip planner in the family and started my planning early. Since getting to

With school starting up, time for me to ramp up my RV education….

With school starting up, time for me to ramp up my RV education….

With the calendar turning from July to August it signals our summer in the south is ending. The start of school is just around the corner, in the southern states public school starts early. I know your thinking don’t they

Check out our lastest Blog Post for Go RVing Scenic Blog

Check out our lastest Blog Post for Go RVing Scenic Blog

Recently we had the chance to attend our second NAARVA Southern region rally. Check out our recap for the Go RVing Scenic Blog below ‪NAARVA -SOUTHERN RALLY -TAKE TWO Sometimes it takes a second look, to see things clearly… Keith

A Hidden Gem in RVing – Mother’s Day Weekend

  Most RV owners are constantly looking to expand the time we use our RV. Campgrounds have done a great job of recognizing this trend and are expanding or creating events around holiday weekends. But how many of you thought

Selma 2017 – Edmund Pettus Bridge Crossing

Selma 2017 – Edmund Pettus Bridge Crossing

  When we plan our RV travel we always try to mix education, history, with lots of fun. This trip was all about educating our children on the not-too-distant past of this country. Our trip to Selma Alabama has forever

A “Snow Day” in Georgia

A “Snow Day” in Georgia

  Homeschooling our kids is a great honor and responsibility…..   Homeschooling gives us tremendous scheduling freedom. While we stay aware, we aren’t bound to the public school calendar. One of the areas we try to maximize is school field

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