Hello! I am working on a new website about Rving. If you would like your website link on mine just let me know. Blogs are welcome too! I am also looking for people to write articles on fulltime rving, rving with kids, must haves in the kitchen, roadschooling, favorite places to visit, and the list goes on. I can't... pay for the articles but I will give you credit and link to your website/blog. rvingwiththefamily @ gmail.com
Will Luden said:March 6, 2010 12:51 pm PST
Fun meeting you on the United flight some weeks ago (we had both cages upgrades). I just got "finished" wandering through your website, and I am impressed, touched--and very happy for you! Would love to catch up via phone or email sometime.
John said:February 20, 2010 2:42 am PST
It is so nice to see other families living life to the fullest. My family has been on the road for four years and have never looked back. Never stop learning and sharing.
Shelby Hill said:February 14, 2010 4:16 pm PST
Hi there! I discovered you all on FOTR and I am SO excited to have found you! My dh and I have been on the road for a few years with two little ones. I am homeschooling and was really excited to see the lone scout is avaliable! I have never heard of that! Come by and visit our blog if you'd like!!
the Amoroso family said:February 7, 2010 3:24 pm PST
Hello Demichiel Family,
Your adventurous story has been truly encouraging. Hope you're all doing well especially with the crazy weather lately. Gotta admit, its the TRUCK, that got me hooked to the site. Love that tundra you have there. Hows she handling that 5iver? Read the specs on the trailer, sounds like it might be a bit overweight on payload, but I know those axles can handle it. Looking into getting a similar setup someday, so any reports after 30k+ miles of driving? I hope someday if God allows we will get our own window of opportunity to travel and if possible maybe we will cross each others path. My bride an I have two little girls, the diamond of my eyes. Well take care and Lord bless