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Road trip food – it’s what makes those long drives bearable. But not just any food will do. It needs to be epic, worth the stop in both ambiance and flavor. In our years of criss-crossing the US we’ve found a few restaurants that are worth a return visit – or even a detour from our route! This […]
This trip was arranged in partnership with Megabus.com and Visit Omaha. I can’t even recall the last time I was in Omaha to visit. I think it may have been when I was a child and my parents took me to the zoo. So… let’s conservatively estimate it to have been about 30 years ago. It’s embarrassing […]
Doug and I were relaxing outside the RV on the 4th of July when I casually mentioned that I had applied for a spot at a travel conference taking place in November. Since the conference is in Carlsbad, California, I was thinking it would be a great time to drive Route 66. In the RV. My […]
Not only is the Key Underwood Coon Dog Cemetery the first of its kind, it remains the only final resting place of this special dog breed in the world. What began as one owner’s attempt to memorialize his best friend has grown to include a graveyard full of beloved hounds as unique as the creatures […]
Cadillac Ranch, located just west of Amarillo, Texas along Interstate 40, is an iconic roadside attraction and a stop for many roadtrippers as they cross the southern plains on historic Route 66. But just how far out of your way should you go to visit Cadillac Ranch? In my opinion, not far. Located on the […]
It may have been the incredible cabin fever that sent us rushing to the Camping & RV Show last weekend. Or maybe it was the fact that our weekend getaway to Kansas City had been canceled due to the insanely frigid temperatures that have held the Midwest in a virtual deep freeze for the past […]
We’ve been home from our big RV adventure for 2 weeks. And I’m still absorbing everything we saw, the people we met and the activities we did, many of which I can honestly say I never thought we would do! The overarching theme I’m feeling is thankful. I’m thankful that there are such amazing sights […]
Sometimes, no matter how well you plan, something messes it up. Thank goodness Kum & Go was there when we almost ran out of gas in Wyoming!
Kum & Go Koolees are so cold and tasty. But, if you fill them incorrectly, they can also be very (very) messy. This is the correct way to fill a Kum & Go Koolee for maximum fill and minimum mess. Thanks to Kum & Go for partnering with Family Rambling on our RV Adventure! […]