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    Camping,  DIY,  Life,  Life Skills,  Recreational Vehicles

    How to keep mold out of your RV Camper

    Mold! O My! A conversation we once had: Let’s go camping! Pack the bags! Get the food! Fill up the tank for gas! LET’S GO! “Oh sweetheart, there’s a little question I need to ask you. What is that strange looking gross mold doing on this wall?” says Mr. Freedom. “No! It’s got to be dirt. Well, I now remember I left the ceiling vent open just a little and now look at the wall. It’s got mold on it.” I reply. “Can you get the mold off?” “All depends on how much mold to clean to be honest. Usually if it has mold you have to repair the whole…

  • Camping,  DIY,  Life,  Life Skills,  Recreational Vehicles

    Laundry on the Go!

    How to do laundry when travelling. Laundry is one of those chores that seems endless. Pick a day and let that be the laundry day and even maybe a day to freshen the RV, camper, or even vehicle. Let’s go straight to the list of ideas so you can get this to do chore checked off the list. Tip: Have at least fourteen days’ worth of socks and under wear to goal set to wash cloths within two weeks. Laundromats are simple and can even wash your Big Fleece blanket or Coleman sleeping bags in the big commercial washers. Have plenty of quarters ready. Maybe put quarters in one of…

  • Camping,  Cooking,  Life

    What are some Campfire Treats you can make camping?

    When you are finally at your destination or even sitting still around a wonderful made campfire, you then are ready to make something tasty for a treat to top off the moment. Campfire treats to the rescue! All time classic treat of course is SMORES! How to make smores treat: You will need: big marsh mellows, chocolate bars, Graham crackers, Marsh mellow stick. Napkin and paper plate optional. Maybe something to drink like water. Oh potholder or something to get this off the coals or rack. Find a soon to be marsh mellow stick. Long enough to hold over your coals in the fire area. Make sure its strong enough…

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  • Camping,  DIY,  Life

    How to make a Camp Fire

    Looking for campfire wood can be quite a chore. It all pays off when you have that fire going just right for hours. So, collecting wood and prepping is then turned delightful to get and prepare. Campfire can help with the coziness of the bitter cold nip or wet air around you to dry off. It’s nice to put camp chairs around the fire and have great chats on fun subjects with each other. Maybe its time. Here are some instructions on how to make a campfire: Find some decent rocks to make a circular area the size of a car tire. The rocks can be stacked on top of…

  • Finance,  Life

    Are Hobbies as a Side-Hustle worth it?

    As we wander in this life, we tend to pick up many random skills. Some of these skills are fun, some fulfilling, others are just plain excitement. One thing that always crosses peoples minds is that if they got paid for the hobby, maybe they would love it even more. Can I turn my hobby into a money making empire? Can my hobby pay me? Our Experience Many years ago (To be read as when we were younger and dumber! ) as we wandered the country in an old Jeep, we would buy rolls of hemp from the store and make bracelets as we drove. Simple knots, rocks wrapped around…

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  • Life

    Road Trip Meal Ideas

    Travelling on the road can get expensive if you rely on eating out at all of the fast food joints. Spending 30 bucks a day can quickly drain the wallet! Mrs. Adventure wanted to share some of our go to meals that we enjoy on the road. Breakfast Ideas (May or may not need wipeable/cleanable/recyclable dishes. May need a portable hot water maker such as coffee pot pluggable in cigarette lighter area) Avocado smashed, and non-toasted Multi grain sandwich thins buns. Granola bar and cup of fruit. Multi Grain thin buns and slice cheese with already cooked breakfast sausage-flat circle kind. Precut cantaloupe pieces and yogurt (keep in ice-chest or…

  • Life

    Incognito Adventure

    Recently we took a trip from Texas to Washington state in our incognito adventure van. If you haven’t seen how awesome our van is, check out the youtube tour. So now that you understand how awesome our van is, here are a few things we noticed on this last trip across the United States. So starting out in Texas. Texas is still very friendly to camper vans, even with the passage of House Bill 1925 Texas remains one of the states where you can pull over on a rest area and enjoy a decent nights sleep with out the fear of a knock on the door. We travelled from Houston…

  • Camping,  Life,  Recreational Vehicles

    The Importance of a checklist!

    Things Go Wrong! In life, when things go wrong, they can spiral into a disaster. Recently while towing our 24ft Travel Trailer, we had an oops; the entire hitch on one side of the chassis came loose from the camper. The Travel Trailer quickly lost the connection to the truck and dropped down to the road, seeing this in the rear view mirror I quickly dropped our speed and maintained control of the vehicle with 2 hands firmly on the steering wheel. Not knowing what to expect, I put on the flashers and exited the vehicle. Checking the hitch ball it was still firmly attached to the tow bar, which…

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    Sometimes it seems like everyone is selling something.

    Dealing with the sellers! Every day in life we are approached by people, robots, signs, and noises that are trying to sell us something. Dealing with all the noise can be hard if you have not setup a few mental weapons to help you deal with it. Enjoy this quick dive into some tips and tricks that sellers use to get us to part with our hard-earned cash. It’s on Sale! – If it is something you were not going to buy anyway, being on sale should not be a motivation for buying something you don’t need! A great rule to remember is that all sales repeat each year and…

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    “Rusty” the 1998 E150 van conversion

    We have spent some time rebuilding a van to be a stealth camper. Check out the tour, and check back soon for full build details. Share your ideas on how we can make it better! Got any questions?

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