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Month: May 2017

The Long Long Trailer

The Long Long Trailer

Have you heard of this movie? The Long Long Trailer was from 1953, where “Tacy and Nicky” are newlyweds that purchase a travel trailer. And in classic Lucy style, everything that could go wrong did. That is how my last week started. A few weeks prior, my friend Jen came to visit. She brought her copy of The Long Long Trailer, and it hit the nail on the head on all the perils a new travel trailer owner can fall into….

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National Western Complex – Denver Handmade Homemade

National Western Complex – Denver Handmade Homemade

The first craft fair of the season was at the National Western Complex in Denver. The Denver Handmade Homemade was being held in tandem with the Alpaca show. I figured, the Alpacas needed to be trucked in somehow, and that with the live stock in and out of there, they would need to have some trailer parking to accommodate them. I called, and lo and behold, there was free trailer parking! I arrived, and the gentleman working the door pointed…

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St. Vrain State Park, Colorado – Week One

St. Vrain State Park, Colorado – Week One

A week before pushing off from a permanent residence, I had no idea where I was going to stay. For ease and peace of mind, I booked 5 nights in St. Vrain State park, 30 miles north of Denver near Longmont. I didn’t know what to expect, but it was the last full weeks of class and I needed to commute for four of those days. I also wanted to be in a location where I could unpack and figure…

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The Road Less Traveled

The Road Less Traveled

It’s been one week since I opened the trailer door on full-time RVing. My water ran out today, so that’s another think to figure out how to do. As with most things on the “rig” (not used to calling my home and tow-vehicle a “rig” it’s a little twitch-worthy for me) it’s not hard, just a lot to navigate. I thought my propane tanks were already empty, pulled up to a place and found that they were practically full. With…

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