When life gives you strawberries…

Strawberry jam isn’t exactly the cure for a bad day. But, if there is one thing I know, it’s to enjoy each day and every single moment in it. It is in the best laid plans for the day that go awry that unknown opportunities arise. Monday was one of those days. We had been at a {Read More…}

Great Expectations

Great expectations are easy to come by and hard to live with. No matter how many people tell you how much you DO NOT need when traveling on the road, it takes your own experiences to come to this realization. You don’t even have to be behind the wheel of an RV to take advantage {Read More…}

It’s in the Bag: Ready! Set! Swim!

Assembling bags for certain activities and keeping them in your traveling inventory is a huge time-saver and helps keep your rig organized. Even though it may or may not be summertime where you are traveling, keeping a bag for “swimming” is a smart move. It should be a bag that zips or snaps to close {Read More…}

Keeping Busy Hands Busy

In my earlier post I mentioned that we’ll be going back to an organized schedule of learning this week. One of the challenges that I face in our homeschool/roadschool is keeping my pre-K monkey busy. She definitely has busy hands to match her racing mind. She wants to do everything the big kids do, so {Read More…}

Lots of Corn in Indiana!

Yep, there’s definitely corn in Indiana. This is one of my favorite times of the year in the Midwest. The beginning of August always means a big, juicy crop of sweet corn from my in-laws farm in west central Indiana. Every year, we make at least two trips there to pick sweet corn. Everyone helps {Read More…}

Ready! Snacks! Go!

Let’s face it. When you are leaving for a road trip there are so many things on the ‘to do’ list. Shopping. Organizing. Packing. For me, there is a lot of list-making. Reorganizing. Repacking. Inevitably, when the last few things are checked off the final list, someone utters those two words:  “I’m starving!”  All eyes {Read More…}

Summer Leap List

A good friend told me recently that I wasn’t old enough to have a bucket list. That’s reason enough to keep her on my close friends list forever, isn’t it? But it lead me to sit back and examine  what my goals and aspirations are for the immediate future. And,that prompted me to talk with {Read More…}

Easy Strawberry Freezer Jam

Freezer jam is super easy to make and you’ll be glad you made the effort when you bring out a fresh jar for the holidays. When preparing the jam recipe, it is important to mash the berries,preferably with a potato masher. If you use a food processor, pulse very lightly. You want little bits of {Read More…}

Home Is Where You Park It

If you had told me a few years ago, even a year ago, that we would be considering a full-time traveling lifestyle, I would have told you, you were crazy! But I see it now. I see it very clearly. And even more, I feel it. Once you get the traveling bug, it’s not something {Read More…}

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