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Jesse A

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  1. Spending more time in Acadia National Park is amazing, we also go to Bar Harbor where we walk around the town and get some breakfast at Epi's restaurant. Then we head south to the southern most tip of Mt Desert Island where we go to the Bass Head lighthouse, also stopping to hike to some tide pools. Really hope you enjoy! Living in our RV gives us great opportunities.
  2. We watch the Sunrise on Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National park, also hike the scariest hike we have ever done, Beehive Trail in Acadia National Park. We use our Go Pro Hero 7 Black to capture amazing footage of a super intense hike that might be too challenging for many! Have a look and see what RV living and travel is all about!
  3. We arrive in Acadia National Park, we leave our Boondockers Welcome in Yarmouth Maine. Our camp spot for the week is Mt Desert Narrows Rv Park located near Bar Harbor in Thompson bay. It was quite the location amazing bay views, also a challenging spot to back into. Our spot was super wet from a recent rainstorm and very narrow. After we get settled we take the bikes out for a great ride around Eagle Lake, we have a great time, we see a turtle!
  4. WE BOUGHT A GO PRO HERO 7 BLACK, come along with us to Best Buy when we but it. We do a super unconventional unboxing, followed up with testing, the audio, video and stabilization. The GoPro seems to have won us over, with built in Time Warp mode, excellent photos and top notch video we might have our new vlogging camera.
  5. New England has always been a special place for me, New Hampshire, Maine and Boston. I have a lot of family in the area, in this Vlog we stay at another Boondockers welcome and take the bikes out in Portland Maine. + We discuss Toll prices,I make coffee (very exciting), we explore around our Boondockers welcome which is located in Yarmouth Maine. This season in New England is immensely wet year, for us its great, we are still trying to cool down from our time spend in the south. Feel free to subscribe and hit that like button!
  6. We arrive in Epping New Hampshire, after a great surprise and a disappointing Boston Bruins game 7 defeat. Shaving off my gross playoff beard is priority one, priority two is changing the differential fluid on our Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins. In this video I show you some steps and teach you what I know about the maintenance process. Feel free to subscribe and hit that like button!
  7. High mileage trip with your RV this is what we went through. Escaping summer season in the south we leave Pensacola Florida and take a 1500 mile road trip to New Hampshire. In an attempt to surprise our cousin for her high school graduation, along the way camp at Cabelas, driving through Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia, west Virginia, Pennsylvanian, Connecticut New York and eventually landing in New Hampshire. Hope you enjoy this epic road trip, feel free to subscribe and hit that like button!
  8. Great info thank you! We are planning to spend a week around Burlington, Will that be long enough?
  9. Thanks for the advice I remember my parents talking about the Kancamagus when I was younger ill have to take the drive!
  10. Enjoying our extended stay in Pensacola, Florida. Melissa's uncle takes us to see the Blue Angels at the National Naval Aviation Museum. Later that evening, he surprises us with a private helicopter tour from Ferguson Airport with Hang Ten Helicopters. Blue Angels are a must see and free!!! The helicopter tour was amazing if you can afford it!
  11. We just arrived in New Hampshire, looking for recommendations for the surrounding area. We think we will be doing a loop up through Maine, around to Vermont and then back to New Hampshire. Places? Must sees? Camp spots? ( We love boondocking which will be difficult?) We have a 34 foot 5th wheel! thanks!
  12. We hit the road, packing up at Fair hope Alabama and headed to Pensacola Florida. Once we arrive at our campsite we go meet with uncle Rex for a tour of the National Naval Aviation Museum. Pensacola has so much to offer!
  13. Making a push to Florida we stop in Pass Christian Mississippi at a beach front Walmart. ( the best Walmart to date) Staying at another Boondockers Welcome In Fair Hope Alabama, ends up being an amazing experience on the river. Hopefully this information helps next time you are in the area.
  14. Couple of nice rigs there, I think we are sticking with a 5er time will tell!
  15. My wife works full-time with her company. She has to always be working on CA hours. In the beginning it seemed like a pain in the but because we were so excited to be on the road. I feel like its great now because we have some sort of routine. We have been on the road for 3 months, she uses a Verizon phone and hotspot. We have very little issues with cell coverage, but we check the coverage before we go to a new location with Open Signal ( its an app). Hope this helps!
  16. We are nearing the end of our time in New Orleans Louisiana. We go into New Orleans for the Garden District and the National World War Museum. When in the Garden District defiantly give yourself enough time to walk around the multiple streets. Also with the National World War Two Museum give yourself at least a whole day, we only had a few hours and it felt quite rushed. We did go on memorial day though. Hopefully this information helps next time you are in NoLa.
  17. Thank you, she's going to talk to her work and see what they say.
  18. Definitely some great options out there, as of now we move weekly!
  19. Thanks for the advice we have! We want to travel and move around for a while then I would definitely love to camp host!
  20. Everyone's situation is different, hopefully my response didn't conce off as rude (I was not trying to be what so ever). We just have a slightly different look on life after route 91.
  21. I'm 33 and my wife is 31. We are very fortunate that she can work remotely, we have a house and a rental that we rent in CA. I was self employed so I dont have any retirement, wife has a 401. We plan to have our properties pay themselves off and live off the monthly income. Little unconventional but hopefully it works. Life is short!
  22. Great to know! My wife has health insurance through her CA employer do you happen to know how that would work? Thanks!
  23. Very cool we saw this somewhere else as well! Great stuff!
  24. We are in a similar situation. We own a house and rental in CA that we rent out, but have been looking into domicile in SD. For obvious reasons we would love to cut ties with CA, going to follow along on here and a few other threads to start collecting information.
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