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  1. Susan says:

    I thought I already did this but I have not received emails with new posts

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    • Sorry about that. When people sign up to follow, they’ll receive a confirmation email. They won’t actually be signed up for the blog though until they click “confirm” in the email. Glad you’re offically following now! 🙂 Hope you saw my response to your previous comment.

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  2. Michael D Davis says:

    You must have been reading my mind Briana! I have totally been considering starting our own adventure along the same lines. However, It sure will be nice to follow your adventures and, even if by social internet association only, be a part of yours! Please let me know when you will be traveling through Oregon. I live in Medford, right on Interstate 5 and would love to have an opportunity to meet and say “Hi” if you do stop here. All the best to you!

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    • Thanks for following, Michael, and for being a part of our journey! You should definitely have an adventure! Good thing you’re following us though first, so you can make sure we survive before you embark on your own adventure…haha 🙂 Hope to meet you in Medford, OR.

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  3. apex811@yahoo.com says:

    Bon Voyage, Happy Trails, Vaya con Dios our precious Briana, Justin, Meaty and Saucy!,,,,

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We’re the Bennetts, Justin & Briana, and it’s time for a change! We've left our jobs and everything else behind to start fresh somewhere else. They say it's all about "location, location, location," and what better way to figure out the best location for us than to explore the entire country searching for it? We’ll be driving across the continent with a truck and travel trailer on the cross-country road trip of a lifetime! Tag along with us and our two dogs, Meaty and Saucy, as we explore North America searching for our next destination!

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I'm a unicorn. 🦄 As one of the few people who was actually born and raised in Las Vegas, I figure I pretty much qualify as being a mythical creature. ⠀ ⠀ Growing up in the desert, I had absolutely zero appreciation for desert landscape and even grew to be resentful towards it. I found it to be extremely brown, bland and boring, which is in complete contrast with who I am as a person, an artist who thrives on bright, bold colors. But traveling has completely reset my view of desert landscapes. National Parks have definitely helped too. ⠀ ⠀ It's like when your tastes change as you get older. Something that once repulsed you now tastes different. It begins as simple curiosity and evolves into an appreciation, maybe even a craving. ⠀ ⠀ What's a place you visited as a kid that you weren't impressed with at the time and then you went back as an adult and it blew your mind (or at least pleasantly surprised you)? {...} •⠀ •⠀ •⠀ #unicorn #imaunicorn #tucson #tucsonaz #saguaronationalpark #saguaro #nationalpark #nationalparkgeek #desertvibes #desertlife #gorving #rving #roadlife #rvtrip #rvlife #rvlifestyle #lifeontheroad #homeiswhereyouparkit #wanderlust #stayandwander #getoutandexplore #roadtrip #ontheroad #ontheroadagain #travellife #neverstopexploring #goexplore #keepitwild #adventurelife #nextdestinationunknown
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