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Adali's Wild Birthday

Ashley Longnecker Ashley Longnecker / December 02, 2015

We looked at LOTS of ideas for Adali's birthday. She and I searched and searched all over Orlando for something that she would love. That's when we came across Exotic Animal Experience in Orlando! Not only were there a bunch of wild animals, they were all pets and you could hold, pet, feed and play with them. This was made for Adali!

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Pros & Cons For Full-Time RV Travel Round 3

Jonathan Longnecker Jonathan Longnecker / November 08, 2015
Pro Con3

Once upon a time, Ashley and I were furiously discussing how in the world we might turn this dream of traveling full-time into a reality. Not like, angrily discussing. Maybe furiously wasn't the best description. Anyway.

We made lots of lists, did tons of research and even wrote our own Pros/Cons list. You can check out hers here or mine here.

We did, in fact, make that plunge - and hit the road 6 months ago to travel full-time. We thought it would be fun to re-visit all our pros and cons and see how things shook out. Ready? Here we go.

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Crazy Mountain Road in Pikeville, TN

Ashley Longnecker Ashley Longnecker / November 05, 2015

So, when you make a reservation at a new campground and they send you a verification email, you should probably read it. They may have directions that differ from your GPS and they may save you from having to replace your transmission in your truck...again.

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Lynchburg Redeems Virginia for Us

Jonathan Longnecker Jonathan Longnecker / October 19, 2015
Lynchburg Field

After our quick stay near Richmond, VA we drove down to the Thousand Trails park near Lynchburg. And when I say near Lynchburg I actually mean like 30 minutes away. Nestled back about 5 miles off the main road in Rustburg, VA the park was very much off the beaten path. Beautiful drive, though!

We got there right before Labor Day weekend and barely found a spot to fit our monster rig. It was packed. After squeezing into the spot and starting to get setup we noticed that the polarity was inversed on the 30 amp plug. Thankfully our surge protector caught it and wouldn't let us turn the power on. I found the maintenance guy and he was able to fix it for us - which was a huge relief because it would have been a pain to move.

The next day or so were pretty crazy there, but as soon as the holiday was over nearly everyone left. After that is was really quiet and relaxing. 

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A Whirlwind Tour of NYC

Jonathan Longnecker Jonathan Longnecker / September 12, 2015
Kids with NYC in the background

I'm sorry, every time I say "New York City" I say it in that super redneck voice from those salsa commercials back when I was a kid. That's just how I hear it. Way to go marketing.

When we started talking about this travel thing, one of the first places the kids said they wanted to go was NYC. Why? Because Ninja Turtles! No, seriously. That was the main reason

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