Monthly Archives: January 2011

It’s all about class

This weekend we’ve done a lot of talking about what kind of RV we should choose. Drivability and parkability are serious concerns but livability is in there too. We’ve been reading a book by a couple that, after a lot … Continue reading

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Mid-life sabbatical

I read the phrase “mid-life sabbatical” today in reference to a trip like the one we want to take and it made me very happy to know it has a name. It’s a thing, like an afternoon siesta, people do … Continue reading

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Un-wired nerds?

We’re both in the tech field and a great deal of our time is spent online or supported by online services. Heading out onto our nations roadways and parks means sporadic access to our beloved Internet. How will we deal … Continue reading

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Introducing the “Likelihood Meter”

Before we go too much further with this, I want to establish that the percentage of likelihood for this whole endeavor is still low. So many things will have to line up in order for us to really leave our … Continue reading

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What’s an RV and what can we do with one?

When we first fantasized about the idea of seeing America we thought the best way to do that would be driving, but we’ve also got to live so we started investigating RVs. Our first thought was that we wanted something … Continue reading

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Blog is live!

Hello world! Our blog is live! Here you can follow our travels from New York City to all corners of America. We’re currently working to a point when we can hit the road. It’s a major change to our lifestyle … Continue reading

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Preparations under way

This weekend was very productive in our planning. My husband and I want to leave NYC and travel the USA for an undetermined period of time in 2011. I’ve been in Manhattan for almost 17 years, so leaving the city … Continue reading

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