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13 Oct
What’s for Breakfast? 3 Easy RV Alternatives to Pancakes

What’s for Breakfast? 3 Easy RV Alternatives to Pancakes

Last week on Episode 3 of the RV Family Travel Atlas, we talked about how our mornings at the campground have changed over the years. We used to feel like authentic camping days had to begin with eggs, bacon, and pancakes. But we soon realized that we liked to get out and about early, and we didn’t like the weight of a heavy breakfast dragging us down. So we adjusted our habits a bit and started eating things like yogurt, oatmeal, and peanut butter toast. Over time I’ve added some breakfast menu items that have eventually turned... Read More
04 Aug
Christmas Tunes and Yule Log Flumes:Santa’s Village, Jefferson NH

Christmas Tunes and Yule Log Flumes:Santa’s Village, Jefferson NH

The White Mountains of New Hampshire are filled with family friendly outdoor adventure options.  During our ten days there we hiked, biked, kayaked, zip-lined, and swam.  But we also enjoyed two great theme parks.  Our morning at Clark’s Trading Post was filled with fun, and our two afternoons at Santa’s Village were even better.  Both parks were clean, reasonably priced, and filled with a wide variety of rides that kept everyone entertained, including mom and dad. I was initially suspicious of the whole Christmas in Summer... Read More
20 Jul
Campground Review: Lincoln/Woodstock KOA (White Mountains, NH)

Campground Review: Lincoln/Woodstock KOA (White Mountains, NH)

Are you looking for the perfect base camp for your next White Mountains adventure?  If so, then look no further than the Lincoln/Woodstock KOA.  We recently spent six nights at this campground and were incredibly impressed by its facilities and activities, and its layout and location.  In short, we pretty much loved every inch of this near-perfect KOA.  Here are some of the highlights: I found myself wandering into the camp store every morning to either browse the shelves, restock our supplies, or pick up maps and information for our... Read More

RV Organization: Our Old Problems and Some New Principles

About two weeks ago, I shared a post about my frustration with getting (and keeping) our RV organized. After two years of good intentions, I decided to get serious and call in an expert. Yvonne Moss showed up with her measuring tape and smart phone, inspecting every inch of the camper, and firing questions at me about our family habits and trouble spots. This is going to be an ongoing project for us, and I will only share a ‘tip’ or ‘idea’ if we actually tested it and it kept us more organized on the road. As a family... Read More
13 Jul
Coffee from the Magic List: Beanstock Roasters, Eastham, Cape Cod

Coffee from the Magic List: Beanstock Roasters, Eastham, Cape Cod

Two years ago I found myself back in contact with my Aunt Nancy and Uncle Joe, whom I hadn’t spoken to in 22 years.  When Nancy found out that we travelled to New England every summer she insisted that we would LOVE Cape Cod, where she and Joe had retired, and she encouraged us to visit.  Stephanie had always wanted to travel there anyway, so I knew it was just a matter of time. Now fast forward two years… We finally reconnected with Nancy and Joe, and another aunt, and two cousins!  It really was quite lovely.  It turns out that... Read More

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