Regenerative Road Trip

WELCOME

REGENERATIVE
ROAD TRIP

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Talking Around the Campfire

 
 
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Laundry Options for Full Time RVing Families

Camping is a dirty business. Dirt happens. You thought your kids knew how to find every inch of dirt and mud that exists in your suburban back yard? Wait until they're spending a very large portion of the day in or around nature. Real nature. Not a Home Depot ad quality back yard deck with a finely cared-for lawn.

When you're tent camping for the weekend, or even RVing for a week, you can just store up your dirties in a bag until you get home.

What if (ominous Haunted House voice) THERE IS NO GOING HOME FOR LAUNDRY?

Tree branches falling on tents and campers – should you be worried?

Whenever a tragic accident involving a tree falling on a camper happens, it’s in the news. Does that mean it’s a risk you should worry about? Should you NEVER camp under or near a tree? Let’s look at why trees shed branches or topple, how often it happens, and what you can do to lessen the risk of “death from above” on your next trip.

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Keeping those competitive juices flowing for roadschoolers / unschoolers — county fair open class

Travis was AMAZING in Matchwits, 4-H film-making and project demonstrations.

Ainsley loved dance classes, 4-H, and school art shows.

How do we keep those passions alive and growing while on the road? How do we fuel that competitive spirit? These are things we’ve really put a lot of thought into.

One thing we’ve found: Open Class competitions at the county fair of whatever area we’re in during fair season. Learn how roadschool families can participate… without the year-long 4H membership that only stationary families can do!