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Global Wildlife Center, Folsom, Louisiana (The Perfect Home-School Field Trip)

Global Wildlife Center, Folsom, Louisiana (The Perfect Home-School Field Trip)

I can’t exactly drive to Africa. But I can drive to Folsom, Louisiana! I am always on the lookout for great field trips for my home-schooled kids.  One of the best parts of home-schooling is the ability to incorporate school with vacations. And, the Global Wildlife Center in Folsom Louisiana is a great destination! The best description of this wonderful wildlife preserve comes straight from their... [Read more]

Happy Fourth of July! Be Safe with Fireworks!

Happy Fourth of July! Be Safe with Fireworks!

“It won’t happen to me.” How many of the estimated 7,000 people that visited emergency rooms in 2008 for injuries incurred while celebrating with fireworks made that comment before their mishap? In 2008, there were also 7 fun loving people whose death was fireworks related. This statistic is slightly lower than 2007, which is a good sign that people are becoming more cautious and law enforcement,... [Read more]

The Perfect Pampered Camping, Toutle River RV Resort

The Perfect Pampered Camping, Toutle River RV Resort

I have been planning again. This time I am planning a trip to northern Oregon and Washington to visit relatives. While looking over what to see and do on this vacation, I discovered that there is a RV resort in Castle Rock, Washington that is just incredible. The Toutle River RV Resort is amazing. The resort can accommodate over 800 RV’s and is in one of the most popular fishing areas of the state.... [Read more]

Happy Birthday Old Glory! Display the American Flag With Pride

Happy Birthday Old Glory! Display the American Flag With Pride

Happy Birthday Old Glory! Today, June 14th is Flag Day in the United States of America. On this day in 1777 the Continental Congress officially declared the “Stars and Stripes” the National symbol of the United States of America. On June 14, 1885 a young teacher, Bernard John Cigrand, announced to his class that it was our flags birthday and asked them to write an essay on what the flag meant... [Read more]

Churchill Manitoba, the Ultimate Vacation!

Churchill Manitoba, the Ultimate Vacation!

I am a dreamer, and one of my dreams is to RV Canada. As I research my future trip I find places that seem so beyond anything I ever imagined. One such place is Churchill, Manitoba. I love the great outdoors, the artic port of Churchill in the northern region of the province has some of the most beautiful and unspoiled northern wilderness available. Churchill offers year round entertainment for those... [Read more]

Fire Safety In Your RV

Fire Safety In Your RV

There isn’t anything that can ruin your vacation faster then a fire. The devastation a fire can be catastrophic. In addition to causing an out of control wildfire, there is the potential for loss of life and property. Smoke and CO Detectors Most people make sure they have working smoke detectors in their home. Do you have smoke detectors in your RV? Do you check the batteries each time you take... [Read more]

Transporting A Firearm Across State Lines

Transporting A Firearm Across State Lines

So your family is crossing the country to see Aunt May and Uncle Joe. And,  they love to go target shooting and hunting with you. Do you know the rules for gun transporting across state lines? Transporting a firearm across state lines in the U.S. is normally not a problem as long as you follow the gun transport laws laid out by the Gun Control Act which is enforced by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,... [Read more]

Facebook on the Road

Facebook on the Road

Social internet sites like Facebook are an awesome way to stay connected with friends and family while you are on a road trip in your RV. Facebook allows you to upload photos, videos and links with just a touch of the button! Your computer is a great tool for keeping in touch with loved ones while on the road trip in your RV.  Some of my friends that were not born in the “computer generation”... [Read more]

Summer Swimming Safety

Summer Swimming Safety

Children love water! Nothing is more tragic then the loss of a child. This feels even more true when the accident could have been avoided. Did you know, it only takes 20 seconds for a child to drown and only 60 seconds for an adult? Whether it is a puddle, bucket, pool, or beach children are drawn to water like bees to flowers. Many times accidents happen just because no one saw the impending danger.... [Read more]

Painted Cave, Just a short drive out of Santa Barbara, California

Painted Cave,  Just a short drive out of Santa Barbara, California

I’ve always thought Santa Barbara, California was a tourists’ dream with its art galleries, museums, theaters, shopping and warm sunny beaches. I see Santa Barbara in the movies, read about it in books and I’m sure I’m not alone in the fact that I secretly hope to run into a movie star while at the local grocery store. But over the years, after numerous visits to Santa Barbara, I learned... [Read more]

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