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Braving The Brooklyn Queens Expressway In Our Bus
We didn’t have much choice actually. Leaving Long Island and heading south bound in a 35’ long bus meant we would have to take the Brooklyn Queen Expressway through New York City.
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An RV toilet upgrade is easier than you might think. Even for a rookie plumber in an old RV, the work time need to complete this job was about one hour. Our video will show you that no mater how inexperienced you think you are, putting in a new RV toilet is nothing to be afraid of.
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Spray paint products are quickly becoming our new best friends as we repair, upgrade and fine tune our ol’ motorhome. Our home on wheels may be tiny but, the parts and pieces are made up of a large and exciting variety of materials. So, after a bit of research from bumper to windshield cover, we’ve found that handy-dandy and very inexpensive spray paint is the answer.
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Watch our interview with Chris and Cherie of Technomadia for their “Ramblings, Tales from Nomads” series. They asked us about our story of finding nomadic life, how our family and friends reacted and how we work out of our motorhome, the Cheddar Yeti.
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Before soaking up the old Florida vibe over in Cedar Key, we spent six days camped at a mechanic shop in Tallahassee.
We sat in the waiting room day in and day out, evaluating the worth of our 1988 house on wheels and what would become of our beloved Cheddar Yeti.
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