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THIS IS AN EVER-CHANGING AND GROWING WEBSITE

WHAT'S NEW ON THIS WEB SITE ???? The Cruise and the Flashback buttons above are new (and still a work in progress).

This page has lots of helpful travel hints. Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of this page, and every page so that you don't miss out on something important.

There are also a lot of navigational links on this page, plus many more choices under all red buttons at the top of this and most pages. Click on anything underlined below.

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A special section has just been added because it just does not fit any other category. It will be an on-going addition and it is called RUDE / BAD DRIVERS

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NOTICE:
Unlike previous years, 2019, 2020, 2021and 2022 are set up by states because the two RV Gypsies did not travel full-time in their RV from Site #1 through Site # whatever, mostly due to Covid. Day trips from their temporary home base in SC are posted, along with RV travel trips. Plus these trips are expensive, and they are running out of money. After all, they are retired and 9-month long vacations for 10+ years are expensive.

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WOWlook belowawesomeFavorite Highlights from other years are listed below

September 7, 2015 The two RV Gypsies were in parked in their RV in Ontonagon, Michigan and they saw The Northern Lights in the sky. They wanted to see them better so they drove just outside of town to get away from the city and lights and then down a dirt road towards Lake Superior. It was a dead-end road and there were four young guys watching the Northern Lights and they welcomed the two RV Gypsies to join them. It was like a dream come true; watching the Northern Lights and listening to the waves break on the shoreline of Lake Superior. One of guys gave Karen a pin and another gave her two pieces of nice driftwood to burn incense on and they even signed a souvenir piece of driftwood. The two RV Gypsies hung the signed driftwood in their RV for all to see as they enter. What a special night the two RV Gypsies will remember forever. Photo below.

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October 19, 2014 - While at the Tybee Island Lighthouse in Georgia, the two RV Gypsies met some very nice people. After talking for awhile, the ladies asked Karen to post pictures of her Travel Tree on her website, so here they are, including updated yearly photos as the tree and amount of travel ornaments grew. (Ladies, please use the guestbook button above and sign in so that Karen knows you visited her site. Thank you, we enjoyed talking with you. )

Karen tries to buy something that hangs wherever she goes; something that says where they are, and often that is just a keychain. So far in 2020, there are 225 travel ornaments (including a few keychains) on the big tree, 25 breakable travel ornaments on the wire tree, plus 85 patches (mostly National Parks and State Parks) displayed on six belts that hang on the walls. And the two RV Gypsies have collected more ornaments, keychains, and patches each year since.

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a fast way of finding specific places or things on this large website.

i,portantThe USA, Canada, Alaska and TOC buttons at the top of most pages are the easiest ways to navigate this website! Always scroll to the bottom of every page for a new link or maybe a related flashback.

If using a computer, it is important to adjust your monitor viewing size (instructions are posted below on this page, so scroll down). There is a lot of helpful information on how to find photos and navigate this website which can be reached by choosing the photos button above. Thank you for visiting and keep scrolling down this page. RVers should check the Links button above for more help in planning on buying an RV and travel.

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2014 - video of the great-grandson of the two RV Gypsies laughing at Ooopsy the clown's show - Ooopsy is a personal friend of the two RV Gypsies.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATIONIf some photos don't show up on your computer, hit the F5 button, or view, refresh. That should solve the problem. Also, in the bottom right hand corner of your computer screen (or maybe the top right corner depending on your operating system and browser), put the size on 100%, 125%, (never bigger) to have the pages and photos fit your computer screen properly. If the photos or type do not align in a pleasant manner, this will help.
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check it out please The TV show "Under the Radar featuring Northern Crepes/Primitive Images" in Good Hart Michigan aired on Local WCMU stations Sunday August 11, 2013 at 6-6:30 p.m. and Southeast Michigan on DPTV Saturday August 10, 2013 - 10:30-11 am - The two RV Gypsies were filmed and hope they made it in the show, but so far they have not been able to get a copy of the show and they were not in the areas it was shown.
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How to find the thousands of photos and historical information on this website........get details by clicking on the "Photos" button at the top of this page.

WINTER HOME: From 1979 until 2019, The Two RV Gypsies wintered in south Florida in their RV. Now they park their RV in a friend's yard in South Carolina. They have cut back on their traveling due to the global covid situation. They always have their only home with them when they travel because they live full-time in their RV and do NOT own or rent a house. "It is so nice to travel, yet always having our own home with us, our own bed, our own shower, our own kitchen, etc. and not having to pack or unpack, and not having a house anywhere else to worry about is also a plus."

Being a full-time RVer is not the same thing as being a snowbird. A snowbird has a home or apartment somewhere in another state, and goes to South Florida or whatever warm state with a campground to escape the cold, then leaves to go to their home state for the winter. The two RV Gypsies lived in a house in Broward County from 1979 to January 2008 and will also call that HOME. But they now live in their RV full-time and travel a lot in their RV. They always have their home with them, but they are not really AT HOME when traveling because they don't know the roads, location of stores etc. anywhere but in south Florida. Why on earth are people arguing with Karen and saying she is a snowbird, whether she likes it or not? There is nothing wrong with being a snowbird, but the two RV Gypsies just don't fit into that category. End of argument! Don't know why people want to turn this into an argument to begin with.

RVing in a motorhome is exciting and full of adventure. Every day is a new experience for the two RV Gypsies. One day they will be hiking to a waterfall, the next day riding a Segway, or at a water park, or riding a roller coaster, or sitting on the edge of a cliff overlooking the valley below, or just relaxing with a cocktail at a seaside restaurant. One thing they seldom do, is sit around a campfire, unless their grandson visits them. Since the two RV Gypsies no longer have a house anywhere or any expensive belongings to worry about, life is just full of adventures.

The two RV Gypsies want to hear from you through e-mail, and phone calls. If you have a RV travel website, please contact Karen so your website can be linked to this site and vice-versa. NO BUSINESS SITES PLEASE. She will only link to individual sites or blogs of RVers, or sites of personal friends.

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