The RVLock Keyless Entry install

Since we first heard of RVLock ‘s keyless entry system for our fifth wheel, we thought about it each time we left our keys inside or had to go back to the camper to get something and left the keys at the pool, etc.  As they recently came out with their newest model the V4 […]

Alligators 3 Feet Away, Shark Valley Everglades NPS

Shark Valley Trail

When we initially charted our course through Florida, Miami was not on our list of places to visit.  Our primary reason for skipping Miami was their ridiculous breed ban legislation that would make Cole an outlaw.  Secondly, we just weren’t that into visiting the Everglades as a National Park destination.  We did have some work to […]

We have kept her alive for 7 years!

On her seventh birthday we celebrate her, and give ourselves a tiny pat on the back for keeping her mostly safe for all these years. I always go back to this blog post and re-read my words and feelings from the night we felt the full wrath of living with food allergies. Last night we […]

An Open Letter to Thousand Trails

Rving With Friends

To all who keep Thousand Trails running and the management at Palm Springs RV Resort,   I wanted to take a minute out to show my appreciation for the community you have been building here at Palm Springs RV Resort.    Last Sunday, (Super Bowl Sunday) two couples, and 7 families decided to put together […]

Camera Options (Beginner)

Often we get asked about which core products we have found to be beneficial in our RV and photography life.   An easy way for us to reference all the items we recommend is to lay out our page of favorite gear.   We are using

Did you see it? Supermoon BloodMoon Photos by Jerome Braga

Here are some of the photos I snapped during the last eclipse and Supermoon.  The Tycho crater is the coolest feature, which by the way; Shayla named the “belly button”  (And Yes my telescope inverts the moon upside down etc) 

Is Balanced Rock (Big Bend National Park) worth the hike?

Our RV trip to Big Bend

This post is partially narrated by Leighton and Shayla as part of their homeschool, writing practice, typing practice, and spelling practice.   As the title suggests… We asked ourselves the same question when we first were looking for an easy late day hike in Big Bend National Park.  Is Balanced Rock worth the trip?  For […]

Our first Live Q&A is Online

Ou1Chance q&a screenshot

Some of the food allergy questions we answer on our first ever Q&A Live video are: Lisa asks. Where do you find your recipes? Lauren emailed us this question. When did you first learn that Shayla had allergies? Phil asks. Will she outgrow her allergies?! Sheila sent us a question via our website. What does […]

Day 7 of 7 | What We Eat | Cooking with Food Allergies

Today is Sunday, the last day of the weekend!!!!  It also marks our 7   th day of seven of the “Free From” Top 8 Allergen meals we most often eat.  This series hopes to giving you a little glimpse as to what a typical week of eating top 8 allergy free, (free from dairy, eggs, nuts, tree nuts, soy, […]

Day 6 of 7 | What We Eat | Cooking with Food Allergies

Today is Saturday and the weekend is here!!!!  It also marks our 6th day of seven of the “Free From” Top 8 Allergen meals we most often eat.  This series hopes to giving you a little glimpse as to what a typical week of eating top 8 allergy free, (free from dairy, eggs, nuts, tree nuts, soy, shellfish, […]