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Stroll Down King Street in Charleston
There are many famous shopping streets in cities around the country. King Street, in Charleston, South Carolina just happens to be my new favorite.
Alternative Dining for RVers in Charleston
If you are more into tofu and gluten-free pizza crusts than shrimp and grits, you can still visit the Lowcountry and enjoy the culinary offerings.
RV Camping in Charleston
Heading to Charleston, South Carolina in your RV? You can’t go wrong with any of these three campgrounds.
Refreshing Summer Drinks
This article contains two refreshing beverage recipes. Both of these drinks are ideal for sipping on while you rest in the shade of your awning on a hot summer day.
Review of James Island County Park
Charleston, South Carolina is home to many remarkable county parks. One in particular—James Island County Park—not only has a 50-foot climbing wall, a water park, and an amazing playground for kids of all ages—it also features a fabulous campground.
Ten Free Things to do in Charleston
There is so much to see and do in the historic town of Charleston, South Carolina. And at this popular tourist destination, many of the best attractions are free. Check out this article featuring 10 neat and free things to do when in Charleston.
The First Husband Book Review
"The First Husband," a novel about a travel writer who unintentionally sets out on an adventure to explore meaning of love and finding home, is one of the first fiction books I’ve read in ages. Check out my thoughts about it in this article.
Black Olive Tapenade Recipe
Wondering what to take to your next RV potluck? How about trying out this deliciously dippable black olive tapenade.
Vegan RV Road Trip Cookbook
If you’re looking to add more vegan meals to your RV trips, check out my new Ebook which features a variety of tasty vegan recipes—from breakfast to dessert and everything in between.
Ainsworth State Park Campground Review
Most people who have visited Oregon have probably been to or heard of Multnomah Falls and the surrounding area. While you can’t camp at the Falls, Ainsworth State Park, located just a few miles to the east, is an ideal base camp for those wanting to spend a few days hiking the lovely trails.
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