Giving Tuesday – So Much More Than a Cash Donation

Now that all the Black Friday and Cyber Monday purchasing frenzy is over, it is now time for Giving Tuesday.  Giving Tuesday is a great opportunity to donate to your favorite charity or organization, but I think it is so much more than that.  I do not believe you have to be wealthy to give.  …

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I Am Thankful…

Our family decided to kick start the holiday season the weekend before Thanksgiving and it was so much fun.  Everyone brought sides and shared recipes and, of course, sat around and talked about our favorite memories.  Isn’t it funny how the taste of a cookie, pie, cranberry sauce or fudge cake brings back so many …

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Thanksgiving Pressure Cooked Mashed Potatoes

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and these pressure cooked mashed potatoes are going to give your traditional potatoes a real run for their money. Ingredients: 8 Yukon Gold Potatoes, Peeled If Desired 4 Garlic Cloves, Minced 1 Teaspoon Kosher Salt Freshly Ground Pepper 3/4 Cup Whole Milk 1/2 Cup Grated Parmesan Cheese 2 Tablespoons …

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RVing With Kids: It’s An Adventure

As most of you know, I love RVing.  Some of my greatest memories are fun times in our RV camping with our daughter and son I law and their kids.  The only thing I don’t like about it is the kids grow up and there are fewer family camping outings.  When they were young it …

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Flavor-filled Slow Cooked Taco Soup

What can I say about Taco Soup that already hasn’t been said? It’s warm. It’s filling. It can be spicy, or mild. It’s easily prepared and hard to mess up. Let’s face it, if you are from Texas, taco soup has probably been a staple on your dinner tables for as long as you can …

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Texas Wine: The Best Wine In The Country

Most of you know that RV Nana was born and raised right here in the great state of Texas and no one loves Texas and products from Texas more than I do.  Many years ago, we started touring the state visiting some of the many wineries in Central Texas.  Back then the wine tour in …

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RVing with your Dog

RVs make it fun to bring your dog with you on your next family vacation and many full time RVers travel with their companions all the time.  To make the RV lifestyle fun for you and your dog(s), take time to be prepared for the journey. Train your dog basic commands and to walk on …

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Alternatives to Spraying Yards for Mosquitos

Mosquitos! You hate them as much as I do. For some reason, they are attracted to me. People always like to say that it’s because I was sweet, but I’m Cajun and thought I would have been much more spicy. Anyway, I was thinking about how bad the mosquitos have been lately due to the …

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