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Sharon Abert
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RVers of 30+ years. heading for full time
RVers of 30+ years. heading for full time

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Read about an outstanding adventure boondocking in the National Forest at http://rvfulltimelivingandtraveling.blogspot.com -- Also read about some of the costs incurred during the last couple of months.

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Colorado at 7700 feet afforded us some beautiful scenes; read about our two-week visit at http://rvfulltimelivingandtraveling.blogspot.com -- this was the farthest east point on this trek.

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Go to http://rvfulltimelivingandtraveling.blogspot.com to read our latest post ... and get spectacular views of this mountain drive from the front seat of our RV. The elevation is 5800 feet as we depart Montrose, Colorado, on U.S. 50. Sometimes our speed reduces to 20 MPH on mountain grades, but we keep climbing...

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Have just posted "Colorful Colorado" which takes us through breathtaking scenery on our way to Montrose where we see snow on the beautiful Rocky Mtns. This post includes a video...watch it at http://rvfulltimelivingandtraveling.blogspot.com

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If it's Not One Thing, it's Another...
The last time I posted about full-time traveling in our RV was before June 1st when I left to join my sister to tour Alaska, while John and Angel stayed with the RV in New Mexico. Before I left, we had located a Generac dealer in Albuquerque to work on our ...

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Our visit to the Inside Passage of Alaska started with Skagway -- a place with lots of splendid scenery, history, and shopping. Read it at http://rvfulltimelivingandtraveling.blogspot.com

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Icy Strait Point, incredible! Never knew this existed! See the photos at http://rvfulltimelivingandtraveling.blogspot.com of the Eagle on her nest and a totem being made for Glacier Bay National Park, and more...

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Journey to Alaska continues with my sis. The ship we boarded allows us to cruise Alaska freestyle ... more adventures, beautiful scenery, excursions, and lots of fun memories...

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Alaska is still scenic in the rain! Our Alaska journey continues by bus from Denali to Anchorage south to Seward, where we board ship to see more via cruise ship. Read about it on http://rvfullltimelivingandtraveling.blogspot.com

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There is a new post at http://rvfulltimelivingandtraveling with pictures of the Grizzly Bear we saw in Denali National Park.
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