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Lowcountry Serves up Best Gluten-free Donut

On a recent trip to the Lowcountry my soon to be new sister-in-law treated us to Diggity Doughnuts, a popular vegan/GF friendly donut shop near downtown Charleston. While everybody
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Happy Glamper Scarves

Want to make a fun and functional fashion statement? How’s about a festive RV-themed scarf to swirl around your neck? I recently discovered fellow RV enthusiast Rhonda Coleman has
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Visiting Mt. Vernon, Washington

Ever been to Mt. Vernon, Washington? Me neither! Until recently, of course. And while I wasn’t expecting much from this little agricultural community, I’ll have to confess, I was
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Logo for my RV Travel Memoir

Recently, my hubby and I had a fun experience getting a logo designed from 99Designs.com. Basically, you put your logo idea out there, along with any helpful notes, and
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Renewed Appreciation with Amazing Autumn

I’ve lived in Portland, Oregon for nine years. And in those nine years, I’ve never truly felt that we’ve had much of an autumn. While you could tell that
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Magical Encinitas, California

My family and I had the good fortune to spend a month in San Diego this year. Yeah, I know. I suck. During our amazing, glorious and sunny time
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The Longest Way Home Book Review

Did anybody else think that Andrew McCarthy was absolutely delectable as Blaine in Pretty In Pink? Well, he’s even more tantalizing as himself in his memoir The Longest Way
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Cool Mamas on the Playground

I tell you what, you meet the most interesting people on the playgrounds. Last month, while playing at Pan Pacific Park in Los Angeles, we met a cool mama
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Ice Cream Trucks and Doggie Doo

What do ice cream trucks and doggie do have in common? Normally, not much. However,  a recent visit to an ice cream truck was the catalyst for an introduction
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Where the Kiddos Play in SoCal

We recently took an extended trip to southern California–San Diego and Los Angeles specifically. At first, I was concerned about whether or not there would be enough family-friendly entertainment