Tag Archives: North Carolina

North Carolina through Instagram

August 8, 2012

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Tweet Our time in North Carolina through the eye of Instagram. (I want to go back to the Outer Banks.) Love and Laughter, Jenn If you enjoyed this post you can follow one of three ways! 1. Sign up to have … Continue reading

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Family on the Road and Our Backyard in the Outer Banks

August 1, 2012

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Tweet As a family on the road, I write a lot about our lives as “tourists” but what is it really like to be a family living in an RV? There is so much more to the fulltime RV lifestyle … Continue reading

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Exploring Cape Hatteras National Seashore and the Outer Banks

July 25, 2012

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Tweet The Outer Banks in North Carolina is not only a place where you can watch sunrise and sunset from the beach but a place rich in beauty, history, and recreation. The drive to the Outer Banks was long. As … Continue reading

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The Three Amigos

July 16, 2012

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Tweet One of the best things about full time rving with kids are the little surprises. We had an overnight stop at a campground and we had fun making some new little friends. We already know how much I love miniature mules. … Continue reading

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Smiles and Sluiceways

July 3, 2012

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Tweet We have a camping membership called Thousand Trails. It’s sort of like a time share but less classy. Instead of a condo on a beach, we get a campsite in a network of campgrounds. Some of these campgrounds are … Continue reading

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Holidays at Home Away from Home – Lenoir and Boone, NC

July 2, 2012

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Tweet I started blogging as a way to keep a digital journal of my life.  Never did I imagine that my cyber pathway would lead to new friends. I can’t recall how I actually met Jen but I know it … Continue reading

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Birthday Boy at the Biltmore Mansion

June 30, 2012

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Tweet We have lovingly called Thing One “the youngest old man” since he was little. From as early as I can remember, he has liked “fancy things”. His early elementary drawings were of detailed Roman columns and thrones. In third … Continue reading

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Day 90: Great Smokey Mountain National Park

February 15, 2012

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Tweet The Great Smokey Mountains National Park is the first national park I can remember visiting. Although I think my first national park visit was really to the Grand Canyon when my parents looked like hipsters and drove a van. … Continue reading

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