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  1. We have a 25' 5th Wheel we tow behind our GMC Sierra Crew Cab with a full bed. We are now considering bringing 2 Kayaks (we have not purchased yet) with us, but wonder where to put them. Does anyone transport Kayaks, and if so, do you have a special rack? Where to place the rack? How long are your kayaks.
  2. It's ok, not to be ok, make sure you practice mental self care. RV Living is not all rainbows and sunshine, we have bad days just like everyone else. We discuss how it's hard work to be happy, sometimes you need to take a day for yourself and get yourself to a good head space. RV Living seems to be all fun and games from the outside looking in, but this is still daily life. We still have stressors just like you would in a traditional lifestyle. We go out for a BBQ lunch at Goody Coles Smokehouse in New Hampshire, which puts a smile on Mel's face. Afterwards we decided spending some time relaxing at the lake would be a good idea, so we went kayaking. Well we failed to check the weather and didn't realize a big storm was rolling in. Within 5 minutes of getting out on the water it starts to rain a bit. We still take our time, then the rain really hits and we decide to high tail it back to the dock! ***Feel free to subscribe and hit that like button!*** https://www.youtube.com/c/adventureen...
  3. We go kayaking at Pawtuckaway State Park, the entrance fee is only $5.00 per person at the gate, with excellent views, hikes and the lake there is so much to do. We bought our own kayaks, but they do have a marina where your can rent. Swimming, paddeling and cliff jumping made for a great day. After the great day on the lake, I make the one hour drive to Boston Logan International Airport to pick up Melissa. She flew back to California for a wedding and a bachlorette party roughly 12 days ago. We are very excited to see each other and she arrives with a mysterious bag. Stay tuned for new Vlogs, find out what she brought back from California. ***Feel free to subscribe and hit that like button!*** https://www.youtube.com/c/adventureen...
  4. Hey everyone, this is my first post here and found something that I thought was worth sharing. My wife and I are looking at becoming full time working RV'ers, maybe early next year, so I've just been doing a lot of reading on this forum and certainly following other full time RV'ers on YT and the web. One thing besides our motorcycles we are both interested having with us is kayaking while out RV'ing. I used to white water kayak a lot some years back and while I don't expect to be chasing white water rivers, I do think having a flat water kayak to go explore various areas would be a lot of fun. The only thing is a good flat water kayaks tend to be very long and take up a lot of space for something you may not use a lot or go long periods of time not using. I'm sure for some people, that makes it tough to justify the space and headache of hauling around a bulky kayak. I saw this kickstarter today for a Pakayak and thought, wow this could really interest RV'ers where storage space is at a premium. I have no affiliation with this product, just something I saw and thought this is worth sharing to others. The kickstarter is already 128% funded so let's hope these make it to production soon! - http://pakayak.com/
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