OUR1CHANCE

OUR1CHANCE

Have you Seen Us?

Our photography has graced the covers and inside pages of dozens of campground / RV industry publications.  We are professional photographers by trade and use our skills to help bring awareness of the amazing lifestyle benefits of RV travel. 

We are always looking to collaborate with RV industry vendors.

Have you Seen Us?

Our photography has graced the covers and inside pages of dozens of campground / RV industry publications.  We are professional photographers by trade and use our skills to help bring awareness of the amazing lifestyle benefits of RV travel. 

We are always looking to collaborate with RV industry vendors.

Have you Seen Us?

Our photography has graced the covers and inside pages of dozens of campground / RV industry publications.  We are professional photographers by trade and use our skills to help bring awareness of the amazing lifestyle benefits of RV travel. 

We are always looking to collaborate with RV industry vendors.

42 States

44 National Parks and Monuments

Back in olden days (as described by the girls), we set out on a little weekend family trip in our new to us 11-year-old travel trailer. The year was 2011 (yes, those were the olden days)
Fast forward, four years later, we chose to wear the soles of our shoes out instead of dragging through the daily grind. Now, the world is our neighborhood, and our home rolls with us to every Main Street we visit.
As food allergy parents, we fight the great fight to keep our girl safe and alive while giving both girls the adventure of a lifetime.
Now we are six years in, and there is no end in sight. We even have another 17 states to visit yet! Then… well the girls will be so much older than year one and we might have to do it all again!

Our RV

Our home on wheels ‘goes where it is towed to’.

It is a 2014 Evergreen Bay Hill 385BH Bunkhouse.  Completely renovated inside with custom kitchen cabinet and countertops.   Browse through our countless Instagram posts as well as blog articles right here if you are interested. 

Family of '5'

With the addition of Chance, our rescue puppy; we added more energy and excitement to our already frenetic life Follow his journey on insta @chancesbigjourney

Homeschooling Adventure

Adventures

From the coastal fishing towns of New England, to the red rocks of Sedona; we seek to wander until it hurts.  Wander until we find it.  Wander to expand our minds.  Come wander with us.  

Not all campgrounds are quite like this one. It is not a state park, it is not a private park, it is not BLM land , nor is it a National Park, and it is beautiful.

This park is actually run by the city. It is a city park in Jacksonville and quickly won over our hearts. A short walk to the beach in one direction, easy long strolls with @chancesbigjourney in another direction , A fully stocked country store, multiple playgrounds, mountain bike trails, and hookups!

Have you been to Hanna Park?
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Cheers to friends.
Old friends, new friends, friends we’ve yet to meet, friends we agree with, friends we have nothing in common with, friends that surprise us and friends that make us laugh uncontrollably.

Here’s to making a life filled with ‘living’ and doing it with humans that agree with the same.

This week’s friends include @hinson.co @the_nomadi_kidds and @ourooaklife

#towingadventure @visitflorida
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The girls couldn’t be happier to be parked right next to their friends this week.
Within minutes, outfits were chosen and routines/shows were well in production.
Now the big challenge is lining up our real schedules with their ‘schedules’.
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Our route down to FL is definitely the LONG way down, (AKA the trucker route). We will likely add almost 300 miles to the trip but it is SO worth it. (How??? Read on)

Things we dread about the drive from CT….
1) Connecticut Traffic, CT Jerk Drivers, Potholes and Endless Construction. (Also avoiding Parkways)
2) New York Traffic, George Washington Bridge and it’s $76 toll (with trailer), NY Potholes (Worse than CT), Avoiding Parkways
3) We do like that NJ pumps your gas/diesel for you.
4) Avoiding the Baltimore tunnel because of hazmat restrictions and the propane onboard. (Adds 45 mins to route)
5) Washington DC traffic and horrible road conditions. (Parkways too)

Usually after DC it’s smooth sailing, but the ‘Trucker Route’ avoids ALL of these headaches.

And THIS year, we have completely avoided being stuck in that snowstorm on 95 in Virginia (Which we would have been in) that left drivers stranded for over 20 hours!!!
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First stop of our year… a perfectly situated roadside parking lot of a fantastic Harvest Host here in PA.

Today we drove a respectable 5.5 hours to get far enough away from 20 degree CT and the snow storm that is hitting the eastern coast. (Although it still 25 degrees tonight)

We initially had a route picked that was taking us directly into over 4.5 hours of snow traffic, so as all seasoned RVers do, we recalculated and adjusted our route. An extra hour or so west before heading south, and we miss the whole storm. 😉 this is a marathon not a sprint.

As for the photo… it’s a #prism
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Merry Christmas!!!

We are so excited to spend the time this year with our family, as we were initially going to be away for the holidays.

Life is what happens when you make other plans.

We hope everyone gets all that they wish this Christmas, and may your day be filled with Peace and Love.

Can we talk about @chancesbigjourney in this picture please... ❤️
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