RV Lifestyle eZineAuthor


November 24, 2015

No. 333

 

RVLifestyleExperts.com
MovingOnWithMargo.com

Buying that First RV; following the sun;
frugal RVing; working on the road

 

 

IN THIS ISSUE:

 

Best Places to Spend Thanksgiving

 

Cooking in the Wild

 

Turkey? Cooked In My Oven?

 

Trivia Quiz

Best Places to Spend Thanksgiving

 

The Go RVing blog takes us to America's Best Places to Celebrate the Holidays on the Road.

 

The holiday season is upon us. It is a time for visiting friends and family, dining on delicious seasonal treats, and attending plenty of celebratory festivals. Whether you are headed for a sunny escape or adventuring into a winter wonderland, spending the holidays in an RV will create memories the whole family can treasure for a lifetime.


Wondering where to spend the holiday on wheels? Here are some of America’s greatest places to celebrate.
 

  • Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

  • New Orleans, Louisiana


  • Nashville, Tennessee
  • Christmas, Florida
  • Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Leavenworth, Washington


Here is more Thanksgiving on the Go!

  • Virginia Thanksgiving Festival, Charles City, Virginia

  • America's Hometown Thanksgiving, Plymouth, Massachusetts

 

  • Rocking Horse Ranch, Highland, NY
  • Red Apple Farm, Phillipston, Massachuetts
  • Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Virginia

All of these places share the same holiday greetings: good food, smiling people, and beautiful scenery.

 

Build your own dreams, or someone else will hire you to build theirs!

 Cooking in the Wild


If you are on the road in a Roadtrek, or similar Class B+, during the holidays, cooking a Thanksgiving meal takes on a different dimension. Great for the outdoor family, it is rough on those of us that expect a gourmet spread.
 

 


For most RVers that love to boondock, this is what they live for on holidays. Get out there with nature and cook over an open fire. If this is your first time, follow the directions here and turkey with all the trimmings are yours to enjoy.
 

  Healthcare & The RV LifestyleHealthcare and the RV Lifestyle” is designed to present the important elements required for a safe and healthy interface with the healthcare industry:


 – Healthcare and Life Before 65
 – Fighting the Medical Syndrome
 – Dealing with the Healthcare Industry, Get Help Paying Costs
 – Staying Organized, Medical Records, Caregiver Credit
 – Medicare Part A, B, C, D, MSA, Therapy Management, Medigap
 – Retiree Insurance
 – Dental Implants - What to Expect
 – What Female Issues are covered
 – Glossary of Medical Terminology

 

 

 

 

The RV Lifestyle: A Dream Come True  Find out if the RV lifestyle is right for you. If you have questions, "The RV Lifestyle: A Dream Come True" is an eBook that contains the answers.

– Buying That Dream RV - Things to Consider
– Equipping an RV and Tips on Maintenance
– Managing Power, AC and DC
– Emergency Road Service
– Towing Your Auto
– Planning Trips - How To Get The Most For Your Money
– Boondocking (Primitive Parking)
– Earning an Income on the Road
– Staying In Touch with Family and Friends

 

 

 

 


Conquer the Road

"Conquer the Road: RV Maintenance for Travelers" covers maintenance of all the basic systems and much more is included.

Partial Contents:

Air conditioning Inverter/converter
Awning Roof
Generator Sewer
Hot water heater               Tires
Hydraulic levelers Driving and weight balance tips

 

 

Join the thousands of women traveling alone in their RV and live the adventure of a lifetime.  Everything you need to know to get started is included in
"For Women Only - Traveling Solo In Your RV." It is a simple life and all under your control.

 

-- Partial Contents --

Safety On the Road Essential Tools
Breaking the News to Your Family Repair Tools
Basics of Buying a Motorhome Towing Your Car   
Buying an RV Long Distance Finding the Best RV Accommodations
Resources for Choosing the First RV Boondocking (Primitive Parking)
Dealing with the Repair Shop Adding Solar Panels
Sales Tax and Registration Fees Maintaining a Comfortable Lifestyle
Managing Power, AC and DC  

 

 

Turkey? Cooked In My Oven?

Thanksgiving Dinner in Your Small Oven, Oh yeah!

Check out this blog for great tips for cooking in a small oven.

 

"If you are cooking in your RV this season, do not let a small kitchen get in the way of having a spread that impresses even the in-laws!"

Cooking Thanksgiving dinner in a small area, like an RV kitchen, is challenging; although, not as challenging as the Pilgrim’s first Thanksgiving. They did not have any ovens!"

Some creative ideas here, but the most helpful tip for me was "cut the turkey in half." This is not as easy as it sounds, although it is mentioned here that the friendly butcher in the meat department at the market performs this chore.
 


WANT TO SEE MORE ARTICLES LIKE THIS ONE?

See Margo’s blog, Moving On With Margo.com, for more tips, tools, and strategies to help you explore the RV lifestyle and get started. Her website, RV Lifestyle Experts.com, has articles on all phases of the RV lifestyle. Start with "Road Map to RVing".

 

Geography Trivia

1. This feat of nature is 277 miles long and one mile deep, and was formed by the erosion of the Colorado River. Name it.
            a. Royal Gorge
            b. Red Rock Canyon
            c. Grand Canyon
Hint: This gorge is in Arizona.

2. Name the only Great Lake that lies entirely within the U.S. borders.
            a. Superior
            b. Michigan
            c. Erie
Hint: This lake is bordered by Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin.

3. Name the state that is second in mean elevation to Colorado.
            a. Wyoming
            b. Montana
            c. Utah
Hint: This state is home to Yellowstone National Park.

4. Which official territory of the United States is located about 1,000 mi east-southeast of Miami, Fla.?
            a. Bermuda
            b. Haiti
            c. Puerto Rico
Hint: The capital of this place is San Juan


Answers:
1. Grand Canyon. Using uranium-lead dating in 2008, geologists found that the Grand Canyon is at least 16 million years old.
2. Michigan. The third largest Great Lake, Michigan was discovered in 1634 by the French explorer Jean Nicolet.
3. Wyoming. Rectangular in shape, Wyoming is traversed by the Rocky Mountains, which angle south across the state from the northwest.
4. Puerto Rico. Spain ceded Puerto Rico to the U.S. during the Spanish-American War of 1898.

 


 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Contact Margo @ TheMaxwellGroup.net

 

Blog: Moving On With Margo.com
 

Website: RV Lifestyle Experts.com


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