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Glass Bottom Boats in San Marcos

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Hungry for an economical and educational field trip, Renee and I packed up the kiddos and headed to the aquarena at Texas state in San Marcos.

There, we boarded one of the original boats from 1945 and left the dock to explore the natural springs.

 

This was our first experience on a glass bottom boat and we all enjoyed it very much!

The water was crystal clear. We were even able to see the spring water bubbling up from the sand at the bottom.

Can you see the turtle?

We were able to watch the underwater wildlife in their natural surroundings and even got to check out some of the local aviary life.

 

The tour lasted a half hour and cost our family $27.00 (which left some $$ for some frozen yogurt!)

This unique aquafir used to be home to mermaids and a swimming pig… But we found no evidence of them.

 

 

MORryde Partners with Fulltime Families giving them the Keys to a Solid RV Experience

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For Immediate Release

Anywhere, USA – Today, Fulltime Families and MORryde have announced a partnership to provide Fulltime Families Members a discount on the top quality items provided by one of America’s supreme fabricators and RV enhancement specialists.

MORryde is known for producing stellar products such as:

  • MORryde Independent Suspension
  • MORryde Rubber Pin Box
  • Sliding trays, TV Mounts and STEPABOVE – MORryde’s solution for a stable and comfortable way to access your RV

Fulltime Families is the premier resource for full-time RVing families, internationally, serving their members and providing solutions for the challenges that families face when they transition to a mobile lifestyle.

MORryde has been supporting the Fulltime Families community through many years, as a headline sponsor at their events!

With this partnership, MORryde provides Fulltime Families Members an exclusive savings on their products available direct from the manufacturer. Check out their catalogue of products and savings here!

“MORryde is committed to helping people RV safely, and we are excited to connect our families with the tools and upgrades MORryde provides to help our RVing families have the best experience on the road.  We appreciate MORryde’s support of our community and we appreciate MORryde’s valuing our families by providing this special offer”, says Kimberly Travaglino, co-Founder of Fulltime Families who’s RV rides on MORrydes Independent Suspension with disc brakes.

 

2017-2018 Roadschool Planner Free for a Limited Time!

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Are you getting ready to head back to your Roadschool?  Just in time for a new year, is an updated tool from the Roadschool Moms Radio Team to help you achieve Roadschool Success!

Roadschool Moms CautionThe Roadschool Planner has room for you to record:

  • Goals
  • Reading Log
  • Map your Journey
  • Family Bucket List
  • Attendance
  • Monthly Themes
  • Field Trips
  • and so much more!

And best of all, it’s free!

It’s the perfect place to keep track of “what you want to learn where”.  Like no other planner available, this planner integrates your travels with your learning opportunities so you don’t miss valuable lessons and you can easily capitalize on your journey – making your time on the road a true learning adventure!

Super Charge Your Roadschool!  Check out this recent show where MB and KT share their Tips for Prepping for a Great Roadschool Year

Join us every Sunday night at 9pm est at http://www.roadschoolmoms.com for more tips, advice, fun and fellowship to recharge your Roadschool.

Not available on Sunday night?  No problem!  Subscribe to our iTunes podcast and catch the replays when it’s convenient for you!

To get your free Roadschool Planner, click here!2017- 2018-Roadschool-Moms-Planner2 copy

And a special “Thank You” to Roadschool Mom, Bethany Van Mills who updated this document for all of us!!

 

 

Membership has it’s Privileges; Top 5 Benefits of Joining Fulltime Families

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The Fulltime Families Membership can save you thousands of dollars, but the privileges of membership go way beyond saving money.

Here are the top 5 benefits our members point to as their favorite thing about being a Fulltime Families Member.

#1 Finding My Tribe!

  • Fulltime Families Members share a common bond that is considered weird by the majority of American Families.   We think less is more… that’s weird!  We’re actually excited about living in 350 sq feet, alongside our family, every minute of the day… that’s weird!  We don’t want to wait until our children are on their own to explore this country… that’s weird!  Fulltime Families Members understand and embrace these “so called oddities”.  If making time with our family makes us “misfits” then we’d rather not fit in.  Fulltime Families supports and applauds You, the risk taker, You the pioneer, You the trail blazer, who is looking for more out of life than just security!

    #2 Making Spaces to Meet in Real Life!

    Fulltime Families hosts events around the country so families enjoying the full-time RV lifestyle can meet in person and make friends.  The reality is lifestyle can be isolating and connecting through Fulltime Families events, provides adults and children alike the opportunity to make friends and form bonds that span the miles.  It is very common for families to establish temporary or long term intentional neighborhoods with the families they click with, after an FtF event.  Just because your family is nomadic doesn’t mean you need to be alone.  Join us for our next event and embark on the next leg of your journey with friends in tow.

    #3 Connecting Families with the Services and Suppliers who commend their choices!

Isn’t it great to do business with someone who values you as a customer?  Isn’t it awesome to know you are supporting businesses that are supportive of your lifestyle choices and actually look forward to serving you? Fulltime Families reaches across all service and supply industries, vetting companies both large and small, to present our members with businesses of the highest level of integrity.  Through both our Resource Guide and our Partnership list, FtF Members are connected to trusted resources that will help you save time and money!

#4 We’ve Got Your Back!

At Fulltime Families, we’ve got your back!  Through our relationships with RV professionals, Home School curriculum providers and the media, we have a unique opportunity to help you spread your message and connect you effectively to the resources that can help you the most.  You’re not out on the road alone and being a part of the FtF family has made an impact through the collective voice and the collective efforts of your other FtF family members.  Case in point, in 2016 alone, FtF served 343 families in person at FtF events and provided over $21,000 in relief to RVing Families!

#5 Saving You Money and Time!

Of course, your Fulltime Families Membership will save you thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours of wasted time.  Through our extensive list of partnerships, which currently includes a Free Year of Escapees and a Free Year of Good Sams Membership, our members rack up savings on:

So what are you waiting for?

Don’t you like friends, having fun times with people who get you, businesses that understand and value you, someone who has your back and saving money?  Join Fulltime Families today!  https://www.fulltimefamilies.com/joinftf/

 

 

 

 

Investigating Aliens in Roswell, NM

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We had heard mixed reviews about Roswell, NM. Some families said emphatically “Don’t miss it” while others suggested we could totally skip it without regretting it.

When we realized it was on our route to the rally in Colorado, we decided we’d take the opportunity to finally cross it off our list.

While I can now completely understand the ambivilance to this tourist trap of a city, I am immensely happy we went. Not so much for Roswell itself, but rather for the hidden gem of a campground we found at Bottomless Lakes State Park, a mere 11 miles west of downtown Roswell.

Coming from the south, we drove for what seemed an eternity down a dirt road. All the while, Chris asking me, “are you sure we’re going the right way”. My response… “Yes!” Eye roll, didn’t give away even a hint of my own uncertainty.

Nothing but dusty desert stretched out for miles before us, and then, a single left turn revealed the pristine oasis that is Bottomless Lake.

If you stood on the cliff overlooking the water at Crater Lake, wishing you could dive into that unimaginable crystal blue water, then you would love this campground.

Full hook up set us back a wooping $18 a night.

The night sky revealed a myriad of stars and rolling out of the rv every morning to this stunning swimming hole was a dream come true!

Sometimes we rented paddle boats, sometimes we used our floats and all the time we enjoyed the laid back family atmosphere of his wonderous place.

Of course, we did roll into town and do the “alien thing”.

 

We skipped the international UFO museum, and opted instead for a $6 (for the whole family) admission to the Alien Zone.

A converted store front, with limited air conditioning, it’s a veritable treasure trove for those seeking photo ops of the other worldy variety.

 

Am I glad we stopped at Roswell? Yes. Not so much for the town itself, but rather for the opportunity to recharge and reconnect in a bottomless lake.

 

 

Need to Evacuate? Safe Zones with Map and Listings

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We’ve referenced our FtF Family Friendly Campground Directory (campgrounds that waive the kid tax for FtF Members) and reached out to several campgrounds for full-time RVing families in Florida looking for a place to evacuate to.

Here’s what we have so far:

Please call the campground personally to verify appropriate sites for your needs are still available.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1DQZwvqRbV6q0wJEUE8cqqLjstyM&usp=sharing

FLORIDA

Bonifay, FL
710 McGee Road
Bonifay, FL
Free field with hook ups
From a fellow FtF: “If they look on Google for the “memorial field of Bonifay”, this place is two big fields at the corner of S. Depot Street and Mc Kinnon Avenue. Heading West on Hwy. 90, turn left at the Exxon (S. Depot Street) and go 1 1/2 blocks. The entrance is on the right. It’s a small entrance, but swing wide to the left before entering and there will be no problem.”

Jellystone in Madison, FL
All sites are $50 plus tax 10.5%
Cabins available / bring linens pillows toiletries
1051 SW Old St Augustine Road
I-10 & Exit 258
Madison,Fla 32340
850-973-8269
$25 plus tax 10.5% Includes use of bathrooms/showers
As long as we have city water service !!!

ALABAMA

Baldwin County Coliseum
44000 sq ft building (address is 19477 Fairground Rd, Robertsdale AL. 36547.( 251)947-3247. It has kitchens, bathrooms and will hold 2000 people comfortably and up to 5000 if needed. They also have outside shelters made for pets etc.

Talladega Superspeedway
3366 Speedway Blvd, Lincoln, AL 35096
Dry Camping

University Station RV Resort
3076 Highway 14
Auburn, AL 36832
20 -30 plus lots of drycamping
current nightly rate $40 per night f/h/up, $20 per night
334-821-8968 Debra, Kayla, Jill Owner
Hayfield can be dry camped on for free, ask for the HayField Dry Camping

Sweet Home Alabama Campground & RV Park
25882 Sailboat Rd
Andalusia, AL 36421
20 open spots 30 amp
2 paved areas dry camping
$40 hookups
$15 dry camping
(334)388-0342
Eric is the Owner

Eagle’s Landing RV Campground
1900 Lee Road 137
Auburn, AL 36832
(334)821-8805, 5 spots f/h/u $47.70

Jennings Ferry Campground
1001 Jennings Ferry Rd
Akron, AL 35441
(205)372-1217 37 sites available, $22 per night

Logan Landing RV & Cabin Resort
1036 Paul Bryant Road
Alpine, AL 35014
(888)564-2671, availability, f/h/u $37.01 per night

White Oak Creek Campground
395 HWY 95
EUFAULA, AL 36027
(334)687-3101
State campground $24 per night
50 sites available

Kolomoki Mounds State Park
205 Indian Mounds Rd
Blakely, GA 39823
(229)724-2150

Hardridge Creek Campground
592 U.S. GOVERNMENT RD
ABBEVILLE, AL 36310
(334)585-5945

Lakepoint Resort State Park
104 Lakepoint Drive
Eufaula, AL 36027
(334) 687-8011

Lake Eufaula Campground
151 West Chewalla Creek Drive
Eufaula, AL 36027
(334)687-4425

Poplar Point Camp
35 Poplar Point Camp
Rockford, AL 35136

(256) 377-2606

Cullman, AL – 5 hrs north of Pensacola, FL
www.cullmancountyparks.com
SMITH LAKE PARK (403 County Rd 386, Cullman, AL 35057)
219 full service, 5 water and electric, 61 tent areas. (No status, but they always have available spots)
Our recent price was $44/day
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR KIDS OR PETS
(256) 739-2916

Cullman, AL
Sportsmans Lake Park
1544 Sportsman Lake Rd NW
Cullman, AL 35055
Phone (256) 734-3052
$22.00/day – RV (dry camping)
$14.00/day – tent

Deer run RV Park
25629 US-231, Troy, AL 36081
(800) 552-3036

 

 

TENNESSEE

Bristol Motorspeedway
BRISTOL, TENN. – Bristol Motor Speedway joined several NASCAR venues Friday and opened up their campgrounds to evacuees from Hurricane Irma.
To get more information, evacuees may call toll free (866) 415-4158.

 

GEORGIA

Senoia Raceway
171 Brown Rd, Senoia, GA 30276
FB poster comments “has opened to camping to evacuees as well as free admission to tonight’s race.”

Unicoi State Park
1788 Highway 356, Helen, GA 30545
(706) 878-2201
Unicoi has rooms and campsites we are also doing over flow camping 706-878-2201

Atlanta Motor Speedway is opening its camping facilities free of charge to Hurricane Irma evacuees.
Those interested in RV or tent camping at Atlanta Motor Speedway should enter the facility at Entrance “E” off GA Highway 19/41. The unreserved campgrounds will be on the left.
1500 Tara Pl, Hampton, GA 30228
http://www.ajc.com/weather/atlanta-motor-speedway-offers-free-camping-for-irma-evacuees/8VHZfIoGZHfJHT8enc8hCP/

Alma MX Park, We have plenty of room for campers with hookups available.
Alma, GA
904-894-3730

Chehaw in South West Georgia
RV Camping Rates for Evacuees 17/per night
Tent Campers 13.25/per night
Call 229-430-5275 for more info

 

Bainbridge GA at the Bainbridge airport. No hookups but there is fresh water and bathroom close by. If needing a free spot give me a call 229-522-0542 Wade

Southern Wood Arena
1379 Newsome Gap Rd
Rising Fawn, GA 30738
(205) 532-6653


Beaver Run RV Park
I-16, South at exit 111, Excelsior Church Road, Metter, GA 30439
(912) 362-4737
http://beaverrunrvpark.com/
All the sites have hookups, most are FHU, but a couple have W/E only.
See website or call for rates.
(912) 362-4737

 

Shady Grove Campground, Cumming Georgia is open for business for travelers seeking shelter from Hurricane Irma.
7800 Allyn Lane Memorial Way, Cumming, GA 30041
(770) 205-6850

 

Cedar Creek RV & Outdoor Center
6770 Cave Springs RD SW
Cave Springs, GA 30124
$35/night or $195/weekly pull-thru
All sites are 50 amp and full hookup
Accept Good Sams
www.bigcedarcreek.com
706-777-3030
Manager: James

Jones RV Park
2200 Willowtrail Parkway
Norcross, GA 30093
FHU 20/30/50amp at all sites, water, & sewer
current rates:  $35/night or $200/wk
770-923-0911
Janes Jones, owner

VICTORIA BRYANT STATE PARK, GA
1105 Bryant Park Rd
Royston, GA 30662
40ft back in, 30amp, max 6 people, pet friendly
$30/night
3 sites available from 9/7-9/11
Reserve at https://gastateparks.reserveamerica.com/campsiteSearch.do

Sawnee Campground
3200 Buford Dam Rd.
Cumming, GA 30041
6 sites from 9/7 – 9/11
30 or 50 amp, pet friendly, large back in sites
$30-$32/night
This is a COE park and if you have a National Park Pass the prices might be lower.
Reserve at www.recreation.gov

Bald Ridge Creek, GA
4100 Bald Ridge Park Rd Cumming, GA 30041
50amp, pet friendly
COE park-National Park Pass may get you a discounted rate
8 large back in sites for first come first serve basis available 9/7-9/11
$32/night

McKinney Campground
6659 McKinney Camp Ground Rd SE, Acworth, GA 30102
COE Park
13 sites available from 9/8-9/11 for smaller rigs up to 38 feet
50amp, pet friendly
$28/night

MISSISSIPPI

Askew Campground
3412 Askew Ferry Rd.
Edwards, MI 39066
601-852-2331

Red Creek Off Road
1192, Vestry Rd, Perkinston, MS 39573
(601) 945-5055
Fb Poster adds “is offering $10/night for evacuees. They’re on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, on the Alabama side.

Flint Creek Water Park
1216 Parkway Dr, Wiggins, MS 39577
(601) 928-3051Fb poster adds “50 % discount to fl evacuees

 

SOUTH CAROLINA

Keowee Falls RV Park
150 Jefferson Rd, West Union, SC 29696
(864) 638-5716

Little Pee Dee State Park
2400 Park Access Rd, Dillon, SC 29536
(843) 774-8872
From and FtF Member: “We evacuated from just north of Savannah. There’s plenty of spots, family friendly, and they’re even running a special right now for half off 2 night stays. So we paid only $25 for 2 nights with 30amp and water. No sewer but they have a dump station.”

 

NORTH CAROLINA

Green Mountain Park – Thousand Trails
2495 Dimmette Rd.,
Lenoir, NC 28645
(828) 757-4088

Yogi in the Smokies
317 Galamore Bridge Rd.
Cherokee, NC 28791
828-497-9151, toll free 877-716-6711
My direct email is camp@jellystonecherokee.com
A note from the owner: we are open for Irma evacuees. Our sites are $39 per night for a water/electric site, $47 per night for riverside water/electric; $50 per night for 30 amp FHU with Cable, $58 per night for 30 amp FHU w/cable riverside; $56 per night for 50 amp FHU w/cable, $64 per night for 50 amp FHU w/cable riverside; $67 per night for 50 amp FHU w/cable for Deluxe sites able to accomodate 40+ in length RV’s.

VIRGINIA

Jellystone Park™ at Gloucester Point
3149 Campground Road
Hayes, VA 23072
804-642-4316
Jellystone Park at Gloucester Point is offering 30% off all campsite and cabin rentals for Irma evacuees. Cabin rentals do not include linens. Please call 804-642-4316 or email

Jellystone Park at Natural Bridge
16 Recreation Ln, Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579
$25
 per night for any full hookup Campsite , $75 per night for any cabin
Florida, Georgia North and South Carolina.
Call 540-292-2727 to make a reservation.

LOUSIANA

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park (1 hr north of New Orleans)
46049 LA-445, Robert, LA 70455
(985) 542-1507
Rates are 1/2 Price for Hurricane Evacuees per
Maurice J LeBlanc JR,

 

KENTUCKY

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park and Karst Beach
1002 Mammoth Cave Rd.
Cave City, KY 42127
(270) 773-3840
Campsites and Cabins available

Corvette Museum
350 Corvette Dr, Bowling Green, KY 42101
(270) 781-7973
The corvette museum in ky has open parking for evacuees. And the parks and resort has a 25 percent discount for Fl id carriers

WEST VIRGINIA

Brushcreek Falls RV Resort (right outside of Princeton, WV), is offering discounts for those evacuating the hurricane. We have 51 spots with full hook-ups. The discounted prices we are offering to those evacuating Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, and North Carolina are:
Back-In Spots: $20
Pull-Through Spots: $25
Cabin: $32.50+Lodging Tax

Our address is
5127 Eads Mill Rd
Princeton, WV 24740

Know of a campground in the safe zone with availability?  Email Kimberly@fulltimefamilies.com with the specifics to be added to this list.

 

Fulltime Families Solarfest, Eclipse Hangout, Bend, OR Recap

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Where did you watch The Great American Eclipse?

20 FtF Families congregated in Bend, OR for a week to celebrate all things eclipse!

The Fulltime Families Solarfest Hangout included:

  • A RiddleRoutes Scavenger Challenge
  • A Roadschool Fieldtrip to the High Desert Museum
  • Custom T-shirt painting
  • Galaxy Slime
  • Afterglow Dance Party
  • Lots of tubing!
  • and of course, an Eclipse Viewing Party!

We had so much fun at this relaxed event, with friends new and old!  Check out the slide show:

 

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Exploring Tinkertown Museum in Sandia Park, NM with Video

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When you travel full time, you can’t see everything. This is one of the ironies of full time rving.

Don’t they all look thrilled!

Whether its due to finances, weather, crowds, time or just plain overlooking, families need to realize that some things will need to be left for the next trip around.

Count me as one of those friends

 

This was actually a hard lesson for me (the family itinerary maker) to learn.

The excitement is growing

 

When I sat in my house, making list upon list of all the places we’d visit, I thought I’d be disappointed if we had to forego some excursions. And truth be told, I was. In those early months, I was known to pout and carry on when we couldn’t do this, or wouldn’t be able to eat that, etc

Buttons along the front animate the scenes

But somewhere in the midst of year two, I matured (thankfully and possibly somewhat questionably) and realized we don’t have to take every opportunity set before us and chances are we will be here again, some time in the future, and won’t it be nice to have something to look forward to then. Ahhhhhhh!

So what does this all have to do with Tinkertown Museum?

Well, this is one of those places we missed due to overlooking and possibly your family would have no trouble overlooking such a place, but you might regret it!

This scene blew me away

It seems I have a certain gene that loves colorful collections of, what might be called by the untrained eye, JUNK.

Never a truer word!

My husband, bless his heart, lacks the gene and runs around with not one, but two, untrained eyes.

A one man band in a box!

But he’s always very accommodating so when I exclaimed one evening in Texas, “oh no! We’ve been to Albuquerque twice and we completely missed Tinkertown, we need to go back!”. He said, “ok”.

Kids have their own guest book

So back we went, to a city neither one of us are particularly fond of, to see the Tinkertown Museum.

Leave a message in a bottle

It took Ross Ward over 40 years to carve, collect, and lovingly construct the collection on display. His miniature wood-carved figures were first part of a traveling exhibit, driven to county fairs and carnivals in the 1960s and ’70s. Today over 50,000 glass bottles form rambling walls that surround a 22-room museum. Wagon wheels, old fashioned store fronts, and wacky western memorabilia make Tinkertown’s exterior as much as a museum as the wonders within.

Outside you’ll find a unique collection of items Ross and his wife have collected from ghost towns.

When you go to Tinkertown make sure you bring quarters and ask for a scavenger hunt handout, or download and print it from their website.

We all thoroughly enjoyed our time at Tinkertown and we know you will too!

For more of the sights and sounds of Tinkertown, check out our episode of One Epic Adventure.

 

 

Hurricane Harvey – How You Can Help

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Many of us hit the road with dreams of our wheels allowing us to pitch in when disaster strikes and while the realities of this can be complicated by several factors, some families such as The Ticknor Tribe have been able to make those journeys.  Read on for how to get involved onsite or from where you currently are.

Some of us might be feeling helpless in our desire to help the survivors of Hurricane Harvey, but take heed, we are compiling a list of vetted, personal opportunities that can turn that helpless feeling into hope.

NPR published an extensive list of opportunities to give money, goods and service: http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/08/28/546745827/looking-to-help-those-affected-by-harvey-here-s-a-list

Opportunities also exist as members of our FtF Community step up to make a difference.

Amanda Bush, FtF Lifetime Member who’s family is in the process of putting down routes just north of Houston shares this opportunity:

“I am working with a group of local women in Conroe, TX collecting money and items that have been requested by local officials. Right now we are doing hygiene kits, baby supplies (diapers, formula) and I think towels and bedding. They are shopping everyday and deliver new supplies each evening. Since it’s just local Moms 100% of the donations are going to directly to purchase supplies. Our family gets back to Conroe Wednesday and will be jumping right in to get involved.  Each mom is collecting money herself and doing her own shopping so our friends can trust the money is being used appropriately.”

If you’d like to be a part of this initiative, you can reach Amanda directly at amanda@bushcreative.com

Kelsey Perego from FtF FB shares this:

Folks at home wondering how you can help the victims of #Harvey: Start cleaning out your closets, kid’s closets, attics, and garages. Thousands of people just lost EVERYTHING and will need to completely start over. Dallas is opening a mega shelter at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center capable of temporarily housing 5,000 evacuees which is AWESOME. If you feel led to donate there, please do so! Otherwise, I will be taking a load of supplies directly to Houston in the coming weeks and I want to take as much as physically possible. I have several churches in mind, either partnering with Red Cross or ready to step up and help the community, and I’m continuing to seek out options. I will post more later once I have secured a drop-off location… Just start fall cleaning and gathering NOW!

Disaster relief items needed immediately:
Clothing for men, women, children
NEW socks, underwear, flip flops
Diapers, wipes, baby food, baby formula
Toiletries, adult diapers, feminine items, towels
Non-perishable foods, incl. pre-made protein shakes for adults and children
Bottled water
Pillows/blankets
Pet food

Items needed in the near future:
Heavy duty gloves/trash bags for clean-up
Damp rid, dehumidifiers, shop vacs
Essential furniture items such as beds, dressers, tables/chairs
Children’s toys, books, games in good condition, preferably not stuffed animals

You can reach Kelsey directly to coordinate at theperegofamily@gmail.com

Want to Volunteer in person?

Opportunities do and will continue to exist but full-time rving families must consider the complications of doing so.  Affected areas are currently in chaos and finding appropriate places to park will be difficult.  Also, due to insurance liability issues, many Relief Organizations have minimum age requirements for volunteers.  All that being said, many families have been able to coordinate with organizations like Samaritan’s Purse for on the ground clean up opportunities.

Have an Opportunity to Alert Us to?  Email kimberly@fulltimefamilies.com with the specifics.

 

Can You Really Be a Full Time RV Family?

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For many families the idea of becoming a full-time rving famly is a pipe dream but yet, there are thousands of families currently living the full-time rv lifestyle and many more joining their ranks daily.

On Episode 155 of the top rated Roadtreking Podcast, host Mike Wendland interviews Fulltime Families co-Founder, Kimberly Travaglino to find out:

  • What are the steps to transitioning to a mobile lifestyle?
  • How do families make money on the road?
  • What is Roadschooling and is it legal?
  • What resources are available for families who are looking into full-time travel?
  • Is there a step by step guide?

Click play on Episode 155 to hear it all.  And don’t forget to subscribe on iTunes!

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