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  1. Maine Leaves and Lobster (Head Out Program) September 27 – October 1, 2021 The best time to visit Maine is September, after the summer crowds have left, but before the temperatures drop. Maine landscapes are quaint and beautiful, and its coastal beauty is stunning! Feel the crisp air in the mornings and see Mother Nature’s abundant beauty in the vibrant colors of the fall leaves. Trees, like the dogwood, red oak and maples, turn red and burgundy; hickory, birch and elm change to gold and yellow; mountain maples are reddish-orange, and the sumac is purp
  2. Moab Outdoor Adventure HOP (Head Out Program) May 29 – June 3, 2019 If you love outdoor adventure, then this HOP is for you! Moab, Utah is a perfect climate for outdoor events and Escapees has an exciting, action-packed outdoor adventure awaiting your arrival. Several days will be filled with 4x4 runs, while exploring the beautiful Moab area with your HOP hosts. An all-day rafting trip will bring you fun and adventure, as you experience breathtaking views of the canyon scenery. The 14-mile trip will stop midway for lunch along the riverbank, as a w
  3. Rose Parade HOP Pasadena Tournament of Roses December 27, 2019 – January 3, 2020 Come with us and experience the behind-the-scenes magic of the legendary Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade and have your fairy tale come true! See how these beautiful, award-winning floats are created and even help decorate them! Enjoy the vibrant extravagance of the aromatic flowers and the rich smell of the cocoa and coffee beans. In VIP setting, relax and enjoy Equestfest. See the beautiful horses outfitted in stunning parade attire. Watch talented riders perform trick
  4. Come with us and experience the behind-the-scenes magic of the legendary Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade! See how these beautiful, award-winning floats are created and even help decorate them! Enjoy the vibrant extravagance of the aromatic flowers and the rich smell of the cocoa and coffee beans. In VIP setting, relax and enjoy Equestfest. See the beautiful horses outfitted in stunning parade attire. Watch talented riders perform trick-riding, precision drills and amazing rope tricks. Visit the stables and learn about the different breeds of horses. Get up close. Talk with the
  5. Martha posted our latest Blog Entry. We celebrated 27 years of marriage and one year on the road on June 1st. Martha gives her thoughts on how she feels about RV'ing as a full time lifestyle. (Mods this is a non-monetized blog) Check Martha's blog entry out here: http://wanderingtootsies.blogspot.com/2018/06/celebrating-27-years-of-marriage-and.html
  6. Recently I've been speaking more and more to strangers and the topic of my plans for our 2 year trip and giving it all up first has been met with similar thoughts about RVing full time for at least some period. I am so happy to be able to explain about Escapees and how much it will help them learn what they need to learn. I encourage those who do not have RVs to come here and learn before they buy. I tell them about this list and what a great help it is with nice and friendly folks. Campers are great people. I tell them how they can learn about tax and other issues. It's nice to point
  7. We wanted to be fulltimers and were going to live on a shoestring. Moving from a moderate sized house to an RV was a little scary and since I was going to be working full time in the RV I needed space. We bought a used Avion Savanna and lived in it full time for about 7 years. It is still a good RV but now that we have permanently located in Durango Colorado, we no longer need it. It does need some TLC but will be a great home again for someone else, even as is. We have an awesome tow truck for sale as well. Current location is Durango Colorado. Willing to trade for something smaller for w
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