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RVing Full Time with Kids: What homeschool (roadschool) curriculum do you use?

Homeschooling Books2

Any homeschooling parent knows the thrill (or dread) of choosing curriculum. Some of us feel like a kid making a Christmas list, spending hours pouring over the hundreds of choices. Others of us approach the task with terror as if … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day in Orlando, Florida

Little Heart Valentines

If there is one thing our kids miss about school, it would be sugar class parties. If there is one thing our kids miss about living in Ventura, it would be friends. Spending ten days in Orlando with other fulltime … Continue reading

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Chickmauga and Trouble in Tannehill

Ironworks Tannehill State Park

We’ve been busy and a little bit lazy. I think it’s the Florida sun. It’s hard to stay indoors and write when there so much beauty outdoors. Except I miss you. I miss sharing our adventures with our little circle … Continue reading

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Days 51-53: Stuffing My Soul

Footsie Lake Texoma

When we left on our road trip I had visions of what it would be like to live on the road with my family in an RV. My dreams didn’t include family photos in front of Mt. Rushmore or touring … Continue reading

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Days 44 & 45: Space Center Houston

Houston Space Center Men Walk on Moon

Hi guys! Just when I was almost caught up blogging about our trip, we lost a strong internet connection. One night I sat at the computer for over an hour trying to upload 5 pictures. Frustrated, I decided the blog … Continue reading

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Day 27: The Magic and Mystery of Carlsbad Caverns


Today, we visited Carlsbad Caverns National Park.  We opted for the self-guided tour with an audio guide.  We were all happy we got the audio tour because not only could we move at our own pace ,we learned a lot. … Continue reading

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Backyard Pugs

Pugs Backyard 4

Before we moved into my parent’s place to save money for our upcoming adventure, we had a backyard. Oh the possibilities! One afternoon, it was particularly hot and everyone was particularly cranky.  We decided to seek comfort under the big … Continue reading

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