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Peace River RV and Camping Resort Thousand Trails

Entrance to Peace River RV and Camping Resort

  Rate Paid – $0.00 with our Thousand Trails/Trails Collection membership Address: 2555 US HWY 17S, Wauchula, FL 33873 Phone: 863-735-8888 Website: https://www.rvonthego.com/florida/peace-river-rv-camping-resort/ Peace River RV and Camping Resort in Wauchula, Florida has turned out to be one of our favorites in the Thousand Trails/Encore system in Florida so far.  While there are a couple…

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Sunshine Holiday Daytona RV Resort, Ormond Beach, FL

The entrance to Sunshine Holiday Daytona Encore RV Resort

  Rate Paid – $0.00 with our Thousand Trails/Trails Collection membership Address:  1701 North US Hwy 1, Ormond Beach, FL 32174 Phone: 877-277-8737 Website: https://www.rvonthego.com/florida/sunshine-holiday-daytona/ This is one of the nicer Encore parks we’ve stayed at in Florida.  The location was great being just about 1/2 mile off of I-95 and within a 15 minute…

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Savannah South KOA, Richmond Hill, GA

View of the lake on our morning walk at Savannah South KOA

Rate Paid – $47.25 with our KOA discount card Address:  4915 US Highway 17, Richmond Hill, GA  31324 Phone:  912-756-3396/800-562-8741 Website: https://koa.com/campgrounds/savannah/ At just one half mile off the interstate, this KOA is a very convenient stopover point if you’re headed north or south on I-95 in Georgia.  However, it’s not the best location if…

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Enfield/Rocky Mount KOA, Enfield NC

Sitting in site #11 at Enfield/Rocky Mount KOA - an extremely long gravel pull through with water and 30/50 amp electric

  Rate Paid – $40.50 with our KOA discount card Address:  101 Bell Acres, Enfield, NC  27823 Phone:  252-445-5925/800-KOA-5894 Website:https://koa.com/campgrounds/enfield/ If you’re headed north or south on I-95 in North Carolina, this KOA is a very easy, convenient stopover with helpful, friendly staff members.  We’ve stayed several times during our three years of full-time RVing…

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A Weekend at Indiana Dunes State Park

We used to tent camp a lot and enjoyed staying in state parks as often as possible.  They’re in beautiful locations and offer lots of opportunities to get back to nature.  Two of our favorite state park activities have always been hiking and kayaking.  But since trading stationary life for life on the road in…

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5 Simple and Nutritious Breakfast Ideas

Sometimes, when I’m bleary eyed in the morning, I struggle to figure out what to eat and end up resorting to cereal since it’s quick, doesn’t make much of a mess (which I’m highly opposed to) and the low sugar types aren’t that bad, right??  For avoiding a bout of hypoglycemia shortly after breakfast, I…

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5 Favorite Kitchen Tools … So Far

Getting ready for a little tea and espresso

Limited prep and storage space means mealtime in an RV or any small kitchen can be a little challenging.  Here On Nowhere Road, we’re always on the lookout for tools that help us streamline meal prep in limited space and keep the mess to a minimum, especially since once we’re all finished eating one of…

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AutoMagic Power

Freyas power filter

Soooooo, this morning I was getting ready for a conference call with the guys I contract with and suddenly there was a loud crack, then static, then silence, and the TV screen was blank.  My initial thought was that a power spike had come in through the campground TV cable since everything else seemed fine. …

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