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Old 01-31-2016, 12:36 AM   #201
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Congratulations I hope you keep up the blog, I and many others {my guess) find it very cool.

I guess you do not need an actual "home" to be a resident?
I do plan on keeping up the blog. One day I'll hopefully catch up... ...

There's a whole process for declaring a domicile (aka residency) in another state. The nice part is, the mailing service deals with it all of the time and has guides for it. But yeah, essentially being homeless lets me pick where I want to call "home". I feel like I'm not lying as when we come off of the road, Florida is pretty high on the list of possibilities. We'll see.
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Old 02-02-2016, 12:12 AM   #202
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[QUOTE=ependydad;1088137]Catching up. We were in Las Vegas from October 13-27, 2015. We had a good time, but were just talking tonight that we have no interest in returning to the city or strip itself.

We are in Vegas right now! Sam's Town KOA 2-9 Feb, 2016. Don't believe we will ever come back again either. Parking lot campgrounds, busy traffic that never seems to end and very rude people. Not to mention no grass and radical weather changes...70 degrees yesterday, 38 today.
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Old 05-07-2016, 08:51 AM   #203
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Blogging is hard and time consuming! I posted some more catch-up blog entries:

Back in November/Thanksgiving, we went to Los Angeles area:
http://nowornever.learntorv.com/2016...s-angeles.html

And then we headed in for some RV service/upgrades and played at Disneyland:
http://nowornever.learntorv.com/2016...v-service.html

We spent Christmas near San Diego:
http://nowornever.learntorv.com/2016...christmas.html

And then we drove across the country to Florida over the month of January:
http://nowornever.learntorv.com/2016...o-florida.html
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Old 05-09-2016, 04:56 PM   #204
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I thought that I'd also share this picture of our map pin board:



It lives above our big living room slide. It's fun to look at and see all of where we have been.
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Old 05-09-2016, 08:11 PM   #205
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Moving right along, we spent time in Tampa in February for a Fulltime Families rally.

Now Or Never - an RV Tale: Rallying in Tampa, Florida
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Any plans on crossing that big line, at the top of your map??


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Old 05-09-2016, 10:51 PM   #207
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Any plans on crossing that big line, at the top of your map??
We can't. No passports. I haven't been up there since they allowed you to cross with a regular ole driver's license. We keep talking about it, but the cost of passports for the 4 of us is painful.
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I got the cards. We don't plan on going anywhere else. The cards didn't cost as much as the passports


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I got the cards. We don't plan on going anywhere else. The cards didn't cost as much as the passports

Yeah, they're about 1/2-price which would save us a lot.

My concern is the crazy scenario that we are off somewhere and need to get to our hometown in a hurry (wife's grandmother has dementia and has been declining over the years)- I want the option of dropping everything and flying back. I don't know how realistic it is, but that's what nags at me.
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Yeah, they're about 1/2-price which would save us a lot.

My concern is the crazy scenario that we are off somewhere and need to get to our hometown in a hurry (wife's grandmother has dementia and has been declining over the years)- I want the option of dropping everything and flying back. I don't know how realistic it is, but that's what nags at me.

Just drive a few hours back across the boarder then fly.
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