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Camper living can be exciting and terrifying all at once. Join us as we share all about where we've eaten, stayed, and explored along the way. We'll also be sharing lots of tiny living tips!

Excalibur Family Entertainment Center

Walking up to Excalibur Family Entertainment Center filled us with a level of excitement that was perfectly mirrored in the faces of our children. The building, designed to...

Quick Fix: Childproof Camper Door

I heard about an idea for our camper door the other day that stopped me in my tracks and made me go "duh" for a moment. If you...

CANDLES Holocaust Museum

Originally opened in 1995, CANDLES Holocaust Museum is focused on preventing prejudice and expanding acceptance through education about the Holocaust. The museum itself is the result of the lifelong...

Our New Home

The first thing I need to say here is: "I am proud of our kids!" They spent 9 long hours at Camping World of Fort Meyers today while...

Conner Prairie (Fishers, IN)

Living life on the road means that traveling and field trips are literally our everyday. Learning about local cultures is not only something we are good at but it...

Bunkin’ It

We now have the girls' bedding, our home is coming together, and I fall more in love with our camper every day. When I first started researching living...

Loveless Café (Nashville, TN)

Sitting on the outskirts of Nashville, Tennessee is an adorable establishment where guests sip on teas and moonshine concoctions while hostesses serve up warm from-scratch biscuits and sweet homemade...

National Corvette Museum

*All posts on our website may contain affiliate links which help support our family.* Parked perfectly near Interstate 65 and calling this dreamer's name is the National Corvette Museum, one...

Native American Museum at Dobbs Park

Visiting the Native American Museum at Dobbs Park without much research, we were pleasantly surprised by just how much information could be packed into the little building! Sitting...

Ferrell’s Hamburgers (Hopkinsville, KY)

Usually, a blowout on a 5th wheel while going down a major highway is a problem. Thankfully, our first experience with this was fairly painless and it actually...

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