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Introducing the Kutie Kitchen – RV Kids On Demand Cooking Show

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Meet “Kutie”, a cute little girl teaching others how to be awesome in an RV!  In this, her first episode of “Kutie Kitchen” she shares with us a delicious recipe for Steamed Sweet Potatoes


For the rest of the story, click here: http://thepossibilitarians.weebly.com/kutie-kitchen/steamed-sweet-potatoes


Exploring the Historic Triangle in Williamsburg, VA by Gage Arnold, FtF Roadschool Reporter

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There are many fun things to do in Williamsburg, and here is a list of my four favorite places I went to; Yorktown, Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg and Yankee Candle Factory and facts about them


Yorktown is one of my favorite historical places I have visited. I like how at the Victory Center Museum of the American Revolution, they actually take you through a day in a Yorktown Colonial Encampment in the Revolutionary time so you can know what it is like. I even got to see a real musket being fired!


After going to the Yorktown Victory Center (above) we decided to go to the Yorktown Colonial National Historic Park.

At the National Park there is a museum and they have an up to scale fake British warship. At the top of the ship, there is a children’s exhibit. There also is a map and it can light up the movement of the troops. Historic Yorktown Village is a close drive from the museum. It has 18th century homes and one of them actually has dents and even a cannon ball in the side from the 1781 British siege.

The Yorktown Battlefield is right outside the museum. It is where America won its freedom in October 19, 1781. They have earthworks and siege lines, which are things that tell you the position of the troops. They also have cannons everywhere that are super cool. It impressed me to be able to walk on the very same battlefield that the first Americans fought for our right for freedom.


This part is by Josh Arnold, (my brother)

In 1607, 104 men arrived at Chesapeake Bay. They came on three ships Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery. The trip was funded by the Virginia Company. Its main purposes were to set up a colony and find gold. Unfortunately no gold was ever found.

A triangular fort was built by the original colonists. It was named Jamestown after King James. This became the first permanent English Settlement in North America.

The first few years were rough in trying to find food, build houses, and befriend the Natives. An Indian girl named Pocahontas befriended the colonists. After their leader John Smith went back to England, the connections with the natives got worse. During the winter of 1609, Chief Powhatan and his warriors laid siege to the fort, trapping 300 settlers inside. Food was scarce, and lots of people died from starvation. When one girl died, other settlers resorted to cannibalism. Only 60 of the 300 survived.

When we went there, we got to see an archeological dig site, along with a reconstructed house. The archeologists there have found around 3 million artifacts, but currently only about 1 million have been cataloged! Lots of these are in the museum, including: coins, animal bones, weapons, bottles, and lots more. They even found a loaded pistol in a well and a strange silver box in a grave!

The island Jamestown Fort was built on is eroding quickly. Parts of the land that the original fort was built on are already underwater. Scientists predict that in about 50 years the whole island will be gone!

As you are leaving the fort you can stop at the Glasshouse. This is a working glass factory built on the location where archeologists have found the original Fort Jamestown glass factory from the early 1600s. People make reproductions of bottles and glasswork found around the fort. It was fun to see the glass furnace and watch the artists shape glass. You can also see the ruins of the original glass factory from Jamestown Fort.

Jamestown was a fun trip. The National Park Service runs the Jamestown Fort, where the original fort was built. That was my favorite of the two. The Jamestown Settlement is a living history museum where the replica ships and Powhatan Indian village are. I loved seeing the artifacts and hearing the stories of the settlement. I recommend that you go to both next time you’re in the area.


Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg is another village from the Revolutionary time. Today, it has 88 original buildings and over 50 restored buildings. You have to buy a ticket to go in the historic buildings but we didn’t get the ticket and it was still fun walking around the buildings and streets. All the people working there are dressed up in costumes and acting their parts all day long.


There are lots of reenactments you can see at different times of the day about what it would be like back during the Revolutionary Times. There are Ghost tours at night. You don’t need a ticket to see the reenactments.

There is a little sheet you can get at the visitor center and you read about different buildings and match them up with pictures. Once you are finished you turn it in for a free pin.

Yankee Candle Factory

Yankee Candle Factory is a really cool kid-friendly candle shop. Inside it is built to look like a town square and shops on all sides. There is a Christmas room and it snows every 4 minutes, but it’s just soap bubbles. Santa Clause visits here sometimes and you can see if your in the naughty or nice book. I even found my name in there with 13 good marks.


At the Candle Emporium, you can make your own jar candle, dip little wax figures in colored wax, or even dip your hand in wax and slide it out and color it to make a wax statue! I think the shop was pretty cool and it is one of the coolest stores I’ve been to. I made a wax statue of my fist, and got an airplane and painted is red white and blue. It was kind of expensive but worth it just because it is unique. Also the hand is very fragile, so you can’t blame me for not telling you!




Gage Arnold is a 10 year old roadschooler. He has been traveling full-time since he was 7. Minecraft, Terraria, and Roblox occupy most of his free time. He loves science and math, especially algebra. His happiest memories are the  times spent with his Fulltime Family friends across the country. He also loves spending so much time with his big brother Josh.


Johnson Space Center Review by Destination Editor Jen Holt

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Space Center Houston, located on the southeast side of Houston, is the official visitor center for Johnson Space Center. Space Center Houston is an exceptional facility to support educational and entertainment needs and should be on your must see list when visiting the Houston, TX area. Over 1 million (30% international) visitors visited the facility last year and enjoyed learning about the emphasis that science, technology, engineering and mathematics have on our world in a fun and engaging way.

Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston

Now that you’ve made the decision to visit the Space Center, we’d love to give you some suggestions on how to make the most of your day at the Space Center. The number of hours that you have to spend will determine the things you will have time to see. The astronauts even have suggestions for how to spend your time!

We really feel like the tram tour of the Johnson Space Center is a must do, even if your time is somewhat limited. It’s the only way that you can tour the NASA Johnson Space Center. The 90 minute open air tram tour will take you around the grounds of the NASA facility and will allow you to see the anstorant training facilities which include many full size mock ups so that the astronauts can train for their space missions. One highlight for us was seeing the historic mission control where many famous visitors have been. We even sat in the same row as Queen Elizabeth did!

Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston

The tour will also provide you a look at building 9 and the International Space Station training facilities.

Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston

Once back in the Space Center Houston, it will be time to explore all of the exhibits. Everything is included in the price of admission except for the simulator rides. The Space Center Mock Up is a full-scale replica of the space shuttle orbiter. You can see just how many buttons is takes to pull off such a mission. After touring the space shuttle make sure you then go down to the special exhibit “Be the astornaut” exhibit where you can control your own space shuttle on your mission to Mars!

Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston

There are a variety of movies and theatre experiences for you to take part in. If you only have time for one I would suggest the Starship Gallery. It is a short 15 minute film about the history of the NASA program and you can see the actual podium that JFK declared we would make it to the moon! After the film, the theatre opens and leads you into the gallery where you can see replica space artifacts as well as real moon rocks. There is even one that you can touch! Now, how many other places can you touch the moon?

Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston

If you are there for most of the day, make sure you also catch one of the Blast off Theater shows and you will be able to experience the sounds, sensations and sights of a shuttle launch.

Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston Photo courtesy of Space Center Houston

A lot of the Space Center Houston will be a bit advanced for the younger crowd but they will LOVE the Kid’s Space Place! Its an action-packed area for children (especially the under 10 crowd). There is still plenty of learning here but there is a chance for kids to run around and get out their energy a bit!

Photo: Space Center Houston Photo courtesy of: Space Center Houston

Nuts and Bolts:

Information: Space Center Houston is located at 1601 NASA Pkwy, Houston, TX 77058. You can reach them at 281-244-2100.

Parking: Parking is $6 and the surface lot is huge and easy to park in, even for those you us driving bigger vehicles. There is even Bus/RV parking in case you are just passing through and have your rig with you.

Eating: There is a nice outdoor sitting area with lots of picnic tables and even some under a pavilion just outside Space Center Houston if you would like to pack a lunch. Inside there is a cafeteria style area to eat and you can buy food at the Zero-G diner.

What to bring: Since you will probably be there most of the day, its a good idea to bring some snacks and something to drink (these are allowed inside just no coolers). A stroller might be helpful for the little ones and there is plenty of stroller parking for areas that don’t allow them.

Hours: Monday-Friday 10-5 ; Saturday 10-7 ; Sunday 10-6

Pricing: Save $3/ticket and buy online ahead of time! If you choose to buy at the door: Adults $23.95 (age 12-64); Children $18.95 (age 4-11); 3 and under: Free. If you plan to visit more than once the yearly membership is well worth the small up charge and includes free parking!

The Space Houston Center website is an incredible resource both before and after your visit and I highly recommend you take a “virtual” tour of the facility before you go and make a list of exhibits you don’t want to miss. Enjoy!

This review was created for FulltimeFamilies.com, the resource for Full-time RVing Families by Jennifer Holt of Free2Breathe.com




Top 5 Tips for Thanksgiving in your RV

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Living in an RV requires daily routines that involve words like small, manageable, and minimal. Thanksgiving dinner, no matter where you cook it, has a tendency to be big! This week on Roadschool Moms, Kimberly and Mary Beth share their 5 Top Tips for whipping up Thanksgiving Dinner in Your RV and it involves two words: Instant Pot!

  1. Get an Instant Pot! If you don’t already own an Instant Pot, this is the time to seriously consider investing in this amazing kitchen appliance. Both Kimberly and Mary Beth were skeptical at first of one more kitchen gadget. But both are in agreement that it has transformed their RV kitchen and cooking routine for their families!
  2. Gather your favorite Instant Pot Recipes. Thanksgiving day is not the time to experiement with new thoughts or ideas on how to make tried and true recipes in the Instant Pot. Roadschool Moms put together their Instant Pot Thanksgiving Recipe Book to help guide you through the day!
  3. Make a list and check it twice! Although living in an RV doesn’t always resonate with bulk food shopping or storing grocery items for days, this is definitely the week to find that extra refrigerator or counter space to do just that! Go through your recipes and make your shopping list. Ready, set, GO! (This is a great time to enlist the help of your roadschoolers in estimating the ingredients needed, actually handwriting the shopping list, and helping in the kitchen!)
  4. Don’t wait until Thursday to get the party started! Do as much pre-Thanksgiving day planning and cooking as possible. If you already own an Instant Pot, now might be the time to go out and invest in an extra pot and lid for this already amazing kitchen appliance. Go ahead and cut up any vegetables for ingredients, such as celery or onions, a few days ahead and store them in containers. If you are making deviled eggs, boil your eggs a day in advance. (Just don’t forget to go ahead and peal the eggshells so the inside yolks do not turn green.) Every minute you spend before Thursday is one more minute you can take out of the kitchen to enjoy your family on this special holiday.
  5. Share the Thanksgiving spirit. You don’t have to have come over on the Mayflower to share your Thanksgiving feast. This is a great time to be neighborly and take advantage of your nomadic surroundings. Sharing the cooking load with friends and neighbors takes some of the the heat off your kitchen and also makes for a memorable holiday meal. Kimberly and Mary Beth shared Thanksgiving dinner together during their first Fulltime Family meetup! It’s a great time to make new traditions and memories!


To listen to the Roadschool Moms’s take on an Instant Pot Thanksgiving Dinner in the RV, tune into the November 15th episode of Roadschool Moms over at iTunes!

Roadschool Moms is a live, one-hour weekly broadcast dedicated to the needs and challenges facing today’s roadschool moms. Kimberly Travaglino, of Fulltime Families, and Mary Beth Goff, the Road Trip Teacher, team up every week to offer listeners a fresh take on homeschooling while traveling full time, working in current events and featuring a mix of expert guests.


The Travs Appear on New FYI Show Roadstead Nation

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We said we’d NEVER do it!!!  We’ve helped many production companies find “just the right” family for their television reality project, but we always steered clear.  We had many reasons not to do it, the main one being we didn’t want to be made to look like fools on national TV, but when a producer from New York called, somehow we got sweet talked into making a special appearance in a pilot for a spin off of Tiny House Nation.


So we agreed to meet our film crew in Rapid City, South Dakota and show them a day  in the life of a full-time rv family.

We filmed an interview portion for hours the night before and then we filmed a scheduled day in our RV.


Here are a list of things you might want to know if you are considering exposing your family to a Reality TV project:

  • Many projects take months to kick off and many more never even make it out of the gate.  We’ve worked with countless production companies finding talent for their projects and the vast majority of them never came to fruition.
  • It takes tens of hours to produce minutes of edited coverage.  We filmed for approx. 16 hours to yield less than 5 minutes of air time.
  • Act normal.  While the inclination is to be on your very best behavior and we wouldn’t encourage you to do anything on camera that you would regret, realize that when you’re filming with your family for a huge length of time, kids will act like kids, and even adults can get tired and cranky.  Just try you best to be normal and consistent to keep cool during filming.
  • Speaking of keeping cool, because of the noise RV a/c’s make we filmed this entire project with no a/c in 90 degree South Dakota weather.  Everyone was sweating all day long.
  • Speaking of everyone, our film crew consisted of an amazingly talented camera man (Mike Kentzman of Red Summit Productions) a very pleasant and patient sound guy named Tony and an energetic and charming production assistant (Allison Trimbell from Loud TV).  If you’re doing the math, you know that means we had 9 people in our RV during filming.  IMG_0471
  • Repeating something or doing something a little different each time is the name of the game and we did things like open and close our sleeper sofa several times.
  • You are mic’d all day and in your contract it clearly states they can use all the audio and video footage they acquire during the show.  This was a bit nerve racking as you might imagine.
  • Waiting for your show to air is tortuous as you have no idea how your family will be portrayed.  Thankfully our production company was very upfront and honest with us, in what their goal was for the program, and we are so pleased and thankful for what a beautiful job they did in portraying what our life looks like.  If you are considering making an appearance in a project, make sure you feel comfortable with the direction of the project and the people driving it.


  • Our producer Matt Binetti, reached out several times during the editing process and really sought to understand the logistics of our lifestyle choice.  That was very comforting because I really felt that they were going to feature us in the best light possible, which is obviously our goal to.
  • And lastly, speaking of goals, as a family, you should be very clear on what your goals are for appearing in a project.  Ours is always to encourage people to live intentionally and we were able to meet on common ground with the producers like Meredith Lerner,  about that.


So, are you ready to star in your own reality show?  We have a dedicated email list for families interested in these opportunities and have been successful in helping cast many of the RV related projects that you’ve seen on TV.  If you’d like to be considered for an upcoming show, complete the form below:

And if you’d like to see our portion of the Premier of Roadstead Nation, from the FYI channel, you can check it out here:

Have a Gluten Free Thanksgiving in your RV – Includes Recipes!

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Get Your Copy on Amazon Today for just $2.99!

FtF Member Mary Francis Pickett, head chef at the  Gluten Free Cooking School has penned a brand new ebook to help you keep your Thanksgiving gluten free and delicious. It’s available at Amazon for $2.99 and free for Prime members.

Here she shares with her FtF RVing community the secrets of successful cooking in an RV and some bonus recipes to make your family and their tummies happy this Turkey Day!

Thanksgiving in the RV doesn’t have to be a sad affair. Last year John and I and the kids enjoyed a full, gluten free Thanksgiving feast in South Carolina, on our way to a warm winter in Florida. John smoked a Boston Butt on his charcoal grill while I prepared cornbread stuffing, sweet potato casserole, and pies in our little RV oven.

This year I have compiled gluten free versions of my family’s favorite Thanksgiving recipes into a new cookbook for Kindle, Thankfully Gluten Free. Some of the recipes included in the cookbook include bread stuffing, cornbread dressing, green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, yeast rolls and three different kinds of pie. All of the recipes are gluten free, and substations for dairy ingredients are included.

John and I will soon be heading off to St. Louis to enjoy Thanksgiving with family. Here is one of the recipes that they’ll be making in vast quantities.

Grandmother Somerville’s Cornbread Dressing

Grandmother Somerville made this recipe for us year-round because it was one of our absolute favorites.  If you have leftovers, try including them in your turkey sandwich.


1 recipe Southern Cornbread
2 c. gluten free bread crumbs, toasted
2 c. onion, diced
1 c. celery, diced
8 Tbsp. (4 oz) butter or margarine
1 Tbsp. poultry seasoning
1 Tbsp. rubbed sage
3/4 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. black pepper
4 c. chicken or vegetable stock
2 eggs, well beaten
2 Tbsp. baking powder

1. Bake a recipe of Southern Cornbread and set it aside to cool.
2. Melt the butter in a large skillet.  Sauté the onion and celery in the butter until the onion is transparent.
3. Crumble the corn bread into a really large bowl. Add the breadcrumbs, onion and celery, and the remainder of the ingredients of the ingredients to the crumbled cornbread. Stir until well combined.
4. Pour the dressing into a 9 x 13 casserole dish and bake at 350 degrees for at least an hour. If, after an hour, the dressing is not brown on top or is not firm in the center, keep on cooking until it is.

Southern Cornbread

Southern Cornbread is savory, not sweet.  While you’re baking cornbread for your cornbread dressing, you might want to make an extra batch to eat with chili or to crumble into a glass of cold milk. Trust me, it’s delicious!

1 Tbsp. shortening or oil
1 3/4 c. Bob’s Red Mill GF cornmeal
1/2 c. brown rice flour
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
2 c. buttermilk
2 large eggs

1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
2. Add the oil to a 10 inch cast iron skillet and put the skillet in the oven to preheat.
3. Mix all dry ingredients in a large bowl.
4. Whisk the eggs and buttermilk together and stir into the dry ingredients.
5. Check the skillet and see if the oil has started to smoke a bit. Once it has, pull the oven rack out (with the skillet on it) and pour the cornbread batter into the skillet. The batter will sizzle and some of the oil will come up around the sides and onto the top of the batter.
6. Cook the cornbread for 20 – 25 minutes. When it is done the top will be golden and the middle will be firm but slightly springy to the touch.

Happy Thanksgiving from the Picketts!


A Tree For Your RV!

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Tis’ the season and living in an RV is no excuse for not decorating.

While it’s easy to string lights on the awning and hang stockings from the slide, finding room for a Christmas Tree can be a bit tricky.

Last year I had a 10in pink prelit tree that I loved looking at.  But it took up valuable real estate on my very limited table and was eventually stuck in a corner.

This year I searched for the perfect RV Tree option and found a few.

My ideal tree would fold completely flat!  Sure enough- they make one!


but then I saw this one:


A tree that only takes up wall space?  I have plenty some wall space to spare.  This could be the one.

A few more clicks, and I finally found the perfect tree for our RV.

Not as big as the first one, but still a good size and I really liked the colors!

So here you have it – the tree in our RV.

How do you decorate from Christmas? Do you have a tree? Does it fold flat?


13 Things You Don’t Know about Friday the 13th

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Don’t let this Friday, freak you out!

Use today as a special road school study on Friday the 13th, past, present and future!

Here are 13 things you probably didn’t know about this grave date.

#1 Did you know that fear of Friday the 13th could stem from The Last Supper?

The trepidation surrounding Friday the 13th is rooted in religious beliefs surrounding the 13th guest at the Last Supper—Judas, the apostle said to have betrayed Jesus—and the crucifixion of Jesus on a Friday, which was known as hangman’s day and was already a source of anxiety, Vyse said.

For more information about why Friday the 13th gets such a bad rep, check out: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/06/140612-friday-superstition-taboo-fear-luck-triskaidekaphobia-phobia/

#2 Do you know what the fear of Friday the 13th is called?

The word is triskaidekaphobia. Its literal meaning is ‘superstition about the number thirteen’, but it’s also used to refer to the specific fear of Friday the 13th.


#3 Do you know how rare it is for Friday the 13th to fall on a full moon?

You’d have to go aaaaall the way back to June 13th, 1919 to find a Full Moon that fell on a Friday the 13th in the month of June. This will next occur on June 13th, 2098.


#4 Did you know if your cell phone stops working today you can blame the sun?

One of the flares created a “coronal mass ejection” that actually could come into contact with Earth on Friday, according to NOAA. The ejection is essentially a huge cloud of plasma that could hit the Earth and cause a shock wave, affecting communications systems.

Want more info about that… click here, but make it snappy ’cause the internet might go down at any minute! http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/technology/2014/06/solar-flares-disrupt-communications-on-earth-could-send-shockwave-on-friday-the-13th/

#5 Do you have a list of things you’d like to do on Friday the 13th?

Haven’t had time to make a list?  Here, check out this one: http://www.boldsky.com/insync/pulse/2013/13-things-to-do-on-friday-13-035239.html


#6 Did you know there’s free printables and lesson plans for Friday the 13th?

Kiddos too ‘scared’ to do their school work?  No problem, set them onto these Friday the 13th math problems and they’ll soon realize how ‘soothing’ their ol’ worksheets can be. http://jwilson.coe.uga.edu/EMT669/Essay.Ideas/F13th/Fri.13th.html

#7 Did you know that most sky scrapers don’t have a 13th floor?

Even landlords who are not themselves superstitious realize that the rentability of suites on the 13th floor might be compromised because of superstitious tenants, or tenants who are afraid their own customers might be superstitious.

Want to know how and why they build buildings without a 13th floor… check out the answer here: https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20060917174241AAgpRlk


Since I’ve run out of things so say about Friday the 13th… I’ll end my list here.  You can consider yourself unlucky if you clicked on this expecting 13 things :)



Roadschool Moms Offer a FREE Instant Pot Thanksgiving Cookbook

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Roadschool Moms  recently hosted their first Annual “Instant Pot Thanksgiving” sharing tips and recipes directly from Instant Pot and Roadschool Moms alike.  Special Guest, Laura Passaglia from HiPPressureCooking.com joined Kimberly and Mary Beth to provide expert tips on creating full meals with three zone cooking in your Instant Pot!

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As a special gift, all readers can receive their free copy of the Roadschool Moms Instant Pot Thanksgiving Cookbook full of submissions from real roadschool moms and Laura P. too!

Created by Skip Shute

Created by Skip Shute

Instant Pot Recipes for:

  • Main Dish
  • Turkey
  • Side Dishes
  • Desserts
  • Soups
  • Leftovers
Are included in this one of a kind recipe book!  You can listen to the entire episode here: http://ultimateradioshow.com/roadschool-moms-instant-pot-thanksgiving/

What to get for the Fulltime RV Family for Christmas

25 Great Holiday Gifts for the Fulltime Family

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The Holidays are Coming! With spatial needs and weight considered, here are some great gifts for the Fulltime Family!


What to get for the Fulltime RV Family for Christmas

What to get for the Fulltime RV Family for Christmas


  1. Outdoor World Gift Card
  2. Cabela’s Gift Card
  3. Adventures with the Parkers – National Park Book Series contact the Author directly for best pricing mjgraf@aol.com
  4. REI Gift Card
  5. Walmart Gift Card
  6. A National Park Annual Pass
  7. Recipriocal Nationwide Museum / Science Center / Zoo / Aquarium Membership
  8. Craft Supplies
  9. E Book Reader / Tablet
  10. Gift Cards for Books or e-books (or a copy of “How to Hit the Road“)
  11. Prepaid Gas Cards
  12. A couple rolls of quarters and some Purell Laundry Sheets
  13. A GPS (Hand held for Geo Caching or Dashboard Type for navigating)
  14. Prepaid Toll Transponder (Like EZ Pass / Sun Pass)
  15. A Hummingbird Feeder
  16. Batteries!!! Lots and lots of batteries! (and a battery tester too!)
  17. Inflatable globe / planets
  18. Family Plaque for RV
  19. Roadside Assistance Membership / Policy (Good Sam’s, AAA)
  20. FtF Lifetime / Annual Membership
  21. Registration Fees for any of our 2015 FtF Rallies /Legoland Fieldtrips
  22. Blue Track FtF Toy of the Year 2011
  23. Roadtrip Board Game FtF Toy of the Year 2012
  24. Magformers FtF Toy of the Year 2013
  25. Announcing the 2014 FtF Toy of the Year soon!

For great gifts for the Roadschooling Mom in your camper, tune in to the 2014 Roadschool Moms Favorite Things Show airing November 30th, 2014 9pm et / 8pm ct / 7 pm mt / 6 pm pt


Does your product or service belong on this ‘must have’ list?  Contact Kimberly@fulltimefamilies.com to find out how to get it included.

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