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7 Good, Bad & Surprising Lessons For New Bloggers

Almost three years ago, I got bit by the RV Travel bug.  What began as a curiosity turned into a wonderful hobby and I now count myself as one of the many “RV Enthusiasts” in this big world.  I never envisioned my newly discovered passion for RVs would lead me to another new hobby- Blogging.  But as I began recording our RV adventures and musings, I started to see the advantages of creating a blog to chronicle these experiences and to connect with other RVers.  My very first blog, www.cuontheroad.net was born.

Sounds pretty effortless, right?  Uh… no.  Continue Reading

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Free Winery & Farm Overnight RV Parking

RVing BEFORE Harvest Hosts

Picture this.  You are on vacation.  For several days, you hopscotch to various destinations so you can thoroughly explore an area. Or maybe you’ve been driving for hours and need a break. Out of necessity, you are grateful to come across the parking lot of a rest area, Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club to rest your weary head.

RVing AFTER Harvest Hosts

Now picture this… at the end of a long day of traveling, you pull into a winery or a farm.  An incredible landscape unfolds before you with beautiful flowers, trees, a vineyard, and sometimes, animals.  You step out of your RV, take a deep breath, pull up a chair and slow down for the night in lovely, peaceful surroundings.

Sounds perfect, right?  Speaking from experience, it is as perfect as it sounds.  Continue Reading

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Balancing the “Go-Go-Go” With The “Aaaahhh”

We live in Ohio and usually travel and camp in Bessie the RV regionally. When possible, we bring our car along, and it allows us to run errands, zoom all over the park and the city, etc.  Our Niagara Falls/Finger Lakes journey was our first big trip in the RV and we decided that Bessie would serve as both our home and our mode of transportation as we visited the region. Afterall, we told ourselves, portability and flexibility was one of the main reasons we bought a Class C RV.  Continue Reading

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