Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers
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Table of Contents and index for the website of the two RV Gypsies
how Karen & Lee Duquette became two RV Gypsies e-mail the two RV Gypsies please sign the guestbook of the two RV Gypsies
photos/history Alaska from the two RV Gypsies
photos/history in Canada from the two RV Gypsies
TOC-Countries and Cruices Cruises photos/history of continental USA by the two RV Gypsies
learn about Brian Lee Duquette Flashback to the past go to webpage built by Karen plus other RV pages helpful information for RVers travel vidoes of the two RV Gypsies' adventures

look below for helpful hintsIMPORTANT To learn what the above navigational buttons are, read all of this page before exploring the rest of this very large website for the first time. Scroll down for helpful hints about navigating this website, and more information that will help you enjoy this website to the fullest!

This is an extremely large site, not a linear site, and not a blog. You have control over where you travel through this website and its 120,000+ pages with over 75,000 files and photos and more added all of the time. Besides the main navigational buttons at the top of each page, there usually a link or sub-menu at the bottom of pages.

There are several ways to navigate this website. Most buttons should be self-explanatory.

IMPORTANTThe TOC (Table of Content) button at the top of most pages is an easy, fast way to find a particular place, alphabetically or by category. Special CATEGORY buttons include Oddities, Campgrounds, Gardens, Lighthouses, Museums, National Parks, Restaurants, Sculptures & other forms of ART, State Parks, USA states, waterfalls and wildlife.
For other things choose from the RED LETTERS - example: S for Segway tours, Z for Zip lines, etc.

The USA button has maps for each year of travel in specific USA states.
Alaska, Canada, Countries, Cruises, and Flashbacks: each has its own TOC (Table of Content)

The "Links" button above has links to a few other web pages of RVers that the two RV Gypsies met on the road. There is also a list of tunnels and low bridges and laws about 2-lane roads that RVers must be aware of. The two RV Gypsies will be glad to add your personal RV site if you e-mail them. They will NOT link to businesses. The goal is to help RVers get important information so they can travel safely and enjoy life.

The "RV Info" button above provides important information that RVers may want to know, such as a link to a list of some low bridges in the continental USA, information about a GPS made just for RVs, information on The Next Exit book (which is helpful for anyone driving a car or RV on a major USA highway) and sometimes information about specific places, campsites  and more

hugs and kisses for Brian Lee DuqetteKaren and Lee especially hope that you will take the time to explore the "Brian" button above because it is a tribute and memorial to their beloved son, Brian, who will never be forgotten, and always loved and missed.

please sign the guestbook of the two RV GypsiesIf you are a first time visitor to the website of the two RV Gypsies, please be sure to sign the guestbook. It is always nice for us to know who visits our page, and even what you were searching for when you found this site. Please don't post about a business, or an advertisement, because then you will be blocked from this website, and the posting will be deleted, so that would be a waste of time for everyone.


IMPORTANTimportantIf some photos don't show up on your computer, hit the F5 button, or view, refresh. Also, in the bottom right hand corner of your computer screen, put the size on 100%, 125%, or 150%, (never bigger) to have the pages and photos fit your computer screen properly.

If your computer asks you if you want to display blocked content or scripts for this website, please choose ALLOW BLOCKED CONTENT ON THIS WEBSITE. Or if Internet Explorer has blocked the website from running scripts or Active X controls, please choose the box that says ALLOW BLOCKED CONTENT. The reason for this is that the navigational buttons may not work, videos may not play, and there is a message at the top of almost every page that tells you something important about what is on that page, and helps you to enjoy the website that much more. Thank you.

And most important of all, please enjoy Life to the fullest. Tomorrow is not promised to anyone regardless of age or health. Actually, neither is the rest of today. Tell your loved ones how much you love them, because you may not get a chance to say good-bye.

importantNote & Disclaimer: A lot, but not all of the information about places the two RV Gypsies visit comes from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Other information is obtained from tour guides, brochures, and RVers met on the road. Information or comments on this site about campgrounds, restaurants, and places are only the opinion or experience of the two RV Gypsies and does not make the restaurant, campground, or place good or bad in general. This is only meant to be a fun and helpful site showing how interesting full-time life on the road can be.

IMPORTANTWaterfalls and walking on glaciers can be dangerous places! People have DIED at waterfalls and on glaciers without a guide. The two RV Gypsies hereby notify you that the inclusion of waterfalls and glaciers on this web site shall in no way represent any guarantee that waterfalls, glaciers, or even hiking are safe. You are responsible for your own safety at all times, no matter what you do, or where you go! The same goes for rollercoasters, Segways, ATV's, canoes, kayaks, ziplines, as well as anything and any place shown in photos or videos on this website. Please do not contact the two RV Gypsies for reservations for any campground, restaurant or tour. This website is just a log of the two RV Gypsies' adventures for everyone to enjoy. Thank you.

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