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Jason and Nikki on HGTV House Hunters RV

Welcome fellow travelers, dreamers, and adventure seekers to Gone With the Wynns! You might have found us from our special edition of House Hunters RV on HGTV which recently aired in December 2011. Gone With the Wynn’s is Jason Wynn and Nikki Wynn on the road searching for adventure across North America.

We’re glad you stopped by to say hello.  Interested to see what adventures we found in 2011? If so sit down, kick your feet up, and enjoy this video that we hope inspires you to go outside and play!


***The video above was shot by Jason Wynn.  There is no stock footage in this video, it’s a completely original compilation of our adventures from 2011.  Music by Dabbles in Bloom.

There’s plenty more where that came from so dig in and enjoy.  Make sure you keep in touch:  join our Mailing List, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

If you’re passionate about travel and would like to share your favorite places please do so in the comment box below! Keep your eyes peeled ’cause we might be heading your way in 2012!  We love hearing from our visitors so please don’t hesitate to ask questions, tell us about your adventures, or interact in anyway you like!  See ya soon!

Famous for my "how-not-to" videos, and typically the man behind the camera, sometimes I’m forced to be here in the “spotlight”. When you see my face you’re probably reading something more technical than adventurous, but either way I do my best to tell it like it is and infuse my opinions into the commentary…after all this is a blog and not MSN.

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  • Bert

    I just watched this. So you guys were promoting yourselves even before you started. Very cool, I wish you all continued success. You guys remind of the you actors starting out in Disney.

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  • Hi! We just watched you on tv! How cool is your life???!! My brother-in-law’s brother and his wife did the exact same thing. They quit their jobs in their 30’s and took off for several years in an RV and experienced all kinds of adventures. Now they are back in a house, again. But it sure inspired us! Right now, we have quite the different life and situation. Construction is more our gig…for now. And mountain/log home living is up our alley. But, my husband is a San Antonio firefighter (too good salary and benefits to just quit), and we have 2 kids…so, for now, the RVing will have to wait. But, we have our own mammoth daily adventure going on, and are living it daily. Would LOVE for you guys to come check it out if ever you’re in the San Antonio vicinity. It’s currently a work in progress. An 1800’s bed & breakfast called The McGuire House, and we are building a 2000 sq ft log home with our own two hands on the same 11 acres of woods that we live on (to move into when done). We also have a 25′ indian teepee,….just need to put up. We want people (and us) to feel like stepping back into the old days here. 🙂 If ever you want a lemonade or tea in a mason jar, and some home cookin’, come our way! We have been blogging the entire adventure since day one. Our blog is http://www.OurCottonwoodCreek.com. It’s currently being read in 9 countries with thousands of views! Maybe it can be some driving reading for you ;). hahaha. Anyway…LOVE your life and am so inspired!!

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  • Great videos guys!

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  • Connie

    You are living the dream i have had all my life, but now i am almost 58, and dont have the money or the health or a husband to go with anymore. You are smart to get it out of our system while you are young and able, without things to tie you down. I envy you so much. I always wanted to tour the whole u.s. including alaska and hawaii, tour europe, see banf and jasper nationl parks in canada, and cruise the bahamas, (sp?), virgin islands, mexico, etc. Cramin all the fun and new experiences you can, soak in every moment, coz you only go around once. Dont wait till its too late and you cant, like me. I wish you great travels, safety, and the best of life! Have fun!

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    • Connie, it’s never too late to start living the life you want. I do understand health issues can hold you back but there’s always a way where there’s a will right! Thanks so much for the kind words of encouragement and I hope that you live a little vicariously through us and maybe find a little inspiration to do something adventurous in your life. Thanks for following along!

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  • Hey are using WordPress for your blog platform?

    I’m new to the blog world but I’m trying to get
    started and set up my own. Do you require any html coding expertise
    to make your own blog? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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  • Rochelle

    Totally awesome.Just watched HGTV episode. I wish I had someone to travel the world with.

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  • Dianne

    I wonder why you are not posting news and or updating your web site with your travels?
    I signed up for e-mails but never recieved a one.
    Just wondering.

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  • Linda

    Wish I knew what you young people know about blogging! I just watched your HGTV piece and I love what you are doing. Too many people wait till retirement to start “living” until retirement and then drop dead the next day!
    We are in our mid 50s and last year, when our last of 3 kids married, we sold all our possessions, rented our house and bought a Sprinter van that we converted. Not nearly as large as what you have but then we stay in hotels 2 to 3 times a week. We also bought a cabin in the Smokies that we go to every six weeks or so and take some down time and then rent out the rest of the time.
    We do work taking expedited freight. Usually on the east half of the country. It’s great because we usually don’t haul things on the weekend so where ever we are, we can have a mini adventure. Right now, for the Memorial weekend, we are in South Padre island!
    Just FYI, here are some of the neat places to visit that we have found so far:
    Saugatuck, MI, neat artsy community on the West side of Michigan
    Tybee Island, SC, little Key West type vibe.
    Taos, NM., but that’s a no brainer!
    Amana, IA., a series of small German Colonies
    The Great Smokey Mountains in Tennessee and the Carolina’s
    Estes Park, CO., great outdoor activities in the nearby Rock Mountain National Park.
    There are many more but those are just a few I can think of.
    Good luck on your journey and I will be watching your blog!

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  • Kelly

    Hi guys! Just saw your epsode on HGTV. What a wonderful dream you are able to live! I hope you find a way to stay on the road. We purchased a 2012 Class C Motorhome last year and drove it to Florida for a month this winter. Traded it for a New 38′ Class A last month. We felt we need more space to be able to live it in for months at a time. Our next big trip is a cross Canada trip and we cannot wait. While on the east coast you should “pop” over to Atlantic Canada and see some of the most beautiful areas in Canada (Of course, I am biased as I live in Atlantic Canada…hahah) We have had a wonderful time enjoying our province and love to share it with everyone. Here is the website for our provinces tourist information site: http://www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca/ If you decide to come, send us an email and we can outline some of the “must see” things to do and see.
    Happy travels to both of you.

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  • Melinda DeCesare

    Likewise just saw you on the Travel channel this weekend. Congrats for having the courage to do this now! Your story is very inspiring…safe travels!

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  • Rocio Green

    You are so living my dream! Glad you didn’t put it off and tackled this adventure now!! Have an amazing time and thanks for keeping us posted.

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  • Amanda Barlow

    WOW… I just saw you guys on the Travel Channel. I am so jealous of you both, and I wish you the best in your journey. If you ever come there TN let me know, would love to say hello. Happy Travels.

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  • Lori

    We also love RVing!! We have been to Florida and the southern states twice on 3 week vacations in our RV. Last summer we bought our 3rd motorhome. I am looking forward to seeing all the places you guys have been as well as your future destinations. I just saw the HGTV episode this week. I am wondering when you started this journey? We were also curious as to why you chose a new rv instead of a used coach?

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  • Janice

    just saw HGTV yesterday ( your show)very inspiring….WHAT FUN!!we live in Niagara on the Lake Ontario..voted the most beautiful town in Canada..a must see when in Canada ..only 15 min.from Niagara Falls too …so much to see and do in this area..wonderful winerys as well!!! ENJOY EVERY MINUTE….

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  • Rai

    Wow what you guys are doing is how I want to spend my life. Its grrat that you guys are travelling all over. Have fun and enjoy 🙂

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  • We have a Monaco, like you, and travel maybe 40% of the year. Some favorite places: Yellowstone; Moab, UT; Tucson, AZ; anywhere in the Rockies; coast of Oregon. And don’t overlook Alaska. See wife’s website and look in 2009. Take a lot of time driving to AK. Not only is AK beautiful, but the scenery when driving through Canada is spectacular. Every day we had an “oh wow” moment. Will be watching your travels with interest. Cheers.

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  • Carol Anderson

    Hi Uall! May I suggest touring Michigans Upper Peninsula? It is beautiful and there are many natural sights to see. If you like casinos, ther are also many casinos that are run by native american indians. I was raised around a small town called Curtis which is nestled between 2 large inland lakes. There are the Soo Locks, in Sault Ste Marie, MI, Whitefish Point… that is around where the Edmond Fitzgerald sank in Lake Superior. Agate Picking is a must when around the icy cold waters of Lake Superior! The upper and lower Taquhmeanon (sorry about spelling)Falls State Park, Newberry – The Moose Capital of the UP, The Pictured Rocks-(has very nice boat tours) around Munising, The Big Springs state park around Manistique, not to mention The Hiawatha State Forest which covers hundreds of miles, just to name a few sights awaiting…. if you’re looking for beautiful fall colors, none can compare to a visit to The Copper Country, You will love crossing The Mackinac Bridge. Michigan a great place to visit in the summer, but unless you want to chance being snowed in not a good place to be in the winter! LOL So I hope you consider the visit, no cross country travels would ever be complete without a visit to the UP, and having pasties and Mackinac Island Fudge to eat! check out what Michigan has to offer on the web! Happy and Safe travels to you and do let me know if you go!

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  • -K

    I was watching your episode on HGTV for the first time just a few mins ago and the two of you look so cute together! It just felt good to see people enjoying and living the life they love.

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  • Jenika

    watching you all on hgtv now!!! i hope to travel like that someday!!

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  • Barbara

    I just saw you, again, on HGTV! I am soooo jealous! I am an empty-nester who would love to do what you are doing…best of luck to you both…I hope you make it to Key West one day and enjoy our scuba diving, beautiful sunsets, and friendly, laid back locals.

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  • I enjoyed watching the two of you on HGTV you seem so full of love,life and energy. I hope you are enjoying your freedom to travel and your enthusiasm for adventure. Have fun and best of luck!!

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  • Kim H

    Just saw the episode on HGTV…loved your story! My husband and I live outside Denver and we are thinking of taking an RV to Yellowstone next summer! We will check in on your blog to see where you are and what adventures you are having!

    Happy Trails!

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  • Sherryl

    I saw your episod on HGTV several months ago and looked for your blog could not find it, tonight hey are playing your episode again and found you. How exciting for you two, you had the right idea enjoy it while you’re young. Hope your trip brings you through Oklahoma I’m in the oklahoma city area, we have amazing place downtown called bricktown great place to eat, have a beer and enjoy good music, you’ll be welcomed in Oklahoma!! Safe travels and I’ll keep and eye on your blog now!! Thank you for sharing with us.

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  • Lindsay

    PS- I’m watching a re-run of your show right now!

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  • Lindsay

    Hello, Wynns! You should visit Charleston, SC. It is absolutely beautiful!! There is so much to do and see in the area, and tons of history! Have fun in your travels 🙂

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  • Justin

    You should definitely try skydiving while you are looking for adventure. If you make it anywhere near the gulf coast of MS, you should try out http://www.goldcoastskydivers.com

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  • Hi Fellow RV Hunter, we didn’t see your episode, but would love to check it out if they post it to the HGTV site. My family and I are on the 2nd House Hunters RV show, to be aired on Feb 20th. Have fun full timing!

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  • you guys are inspiring!! miss you both…BIG hug from austin!

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  • By, you guys have it going on! Great site, awesome videos…nice job! Look forward to following ya.

    Cheers,
    Mike

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  • Howdy Wynns!
    It is Bruce – your blueberry farm guide from Nacogdoches, TX. We still talk about your trip to Nacogdoches last summer. Cooler here now – in the 50s and 60s. Loved your video. I lived in Montana as a kid and have visited several times since. Great shot of the bison charging into the river in Yellowstone country. We lived in Australia for a year and spent the final six weeks in our Nissan pop-up van traveling most of the eastern coastline. Outstanding trip. I would guess it is sort of like California circa 1920. Less people, more scenery. So once you’ve done the USA and Europe, I’d recommend Down Under for a year or so. Best of luck – and keep it between the lines!

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  • Pauline

    Oh my gosh, you two are so fun!!! Happy Trails-don’t forget to ride your way towards Minnesota. The MN River Valley is nice but what’s even better is the Northshore Drive(along Lake Superior-past Duluth, MN). Stop and check out Duluth’s canal park area first and make your way up the shore. Wonderful State Parks and campgrounds and RV parks. We just bought our first RV(Travel Trailer) but only to camp in/still fun and we love it. Had a great time watching your RV hunt on HGTV.

    http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/index.html

    Tettegouche and Temperance River are favs
    places to check out on the way: Split rock lighthouse, and Gooseberry Falls. Great outdoor adventures like Hiking, biking, snowmobiling, skiing, fishing etc….

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  • Fugu D.

    Aloha Wynns,
    Thank you for the great video and I really enjoyed watching it.

    I became a fan of your travels by watching house hunters on HGTV last weekend. After the show, I immediately googled you, found your website and joined your fan club.

    I think you are on the right path and an inspiration to all of us who live vicariously through your travels. Please keep the rubber side down and drive safe!

    Mahalo and Aloha

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  • My husband and I have been full time RVers for 18 years. As se watched the HGTV House Hunters show we were almost shouting “no, don’t buy that one, quality not great” and “you’ll hate the decor of that one” We think you chose the best coach! We live and travel in a 36′ fifth wheel and love the lifestyle. Look forward to following your adventures.

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  • Dana

    Just watched you 2011 Adventure Reel. It is very well shot and edited.
    I can’t wait to see what’s on tap for 2012. Safe travels!

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  • I would like to hear more about how your RV is working out for you. As well as how it is hanging together and what your service experience has been.

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  • Geri Gibbs

    Hey Jason & Nikki, Love the video. Started watching you two when you were on the Rand McNally adventure and loved you. Would love to see a tv show of all your travels and great places to visit. Take care, Geri

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  • Jason & Nikki, Was so glad to have you RVing amongst our vineyards here at Henry Brothers Ranch and to see you on Househunters RV. I got my ONE second of fame, pouring you two our Karl Lawrence Cellars 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s funny how a half-hour interview boiled down to that one second. Mark you calendar for June 22 for a weekend, camping in, Woodstock style music festival at the ranch. And for those of you who weren’t allowed to see the end of the bocce ball game; Nikki won. All the best, Ric

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  • Dianne

    If you plan to come to Clarkston, Mi. or in the area it would be great to have a beer and mac & cheese at the Union, Kid Rocks fav.
    Would also like to see you get some local press, so let me know if the wind blows you into the area.
    Wishing you both a beautiful, love filled and safe 2012. Happy New Year!!!

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  • Juana

    I always liked the idea of traveling in a RV across North America…and I saw the HGTV show and it rekindled my dream.. It was great..
    Peace n Blessings on your travels…

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  • Dianne

    Found you by way of your House Hunters show. Right after high school (40 years ago) a girlfriend and I traveled across the US in a car & popup camper, great way to see the country!
    In 2012 if you plan to travel into Wisconsin I may suggest that you continue north of Chicago and do one of two things. You can take a car ferry across Lake Michigan from Milwaukee to Muskegon, Mi. and go north along the shore line to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. If you run down the dunes just know, it’s not as easy as it looks to climb back up. Glen Arbor just north of there is a great place to stop for lunch/dinner, Art’s Tavern for burger & beer is always good. Going north on 31 will take into Bay Shore, Petoskey and then a stop in Harbor Springs.
    In Harbor Springs take a bike and ride down the road called “The tunnel of Trees”. Very pretty.
    After how many days you like drive over to Mackinaw City and take a day to go to Mackinaw Island and have lunch at the Grand Hotel and bike around the island (no cars allowed).
    Michigan has more light houses the the east coast and is such a beautiful state. You should really take the time to explore it.
    The UP of Michigan is wonderful if you had the time. Highlights would be, a drive up to Copper Harbor, hike in the Porcupine mountains, a boat cruise around Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Tahguamenon Falls and the come across the Macinaw Bridge and do all I wrote about already but in reverse.
    if you want to come down state you could have lunch in Clarkston, Mi. at the Union which was just on the food network. The Mac & Chesse is the best. You could then go into metro Detroit and see Greenfield Village, Motown, Tigers baseball game etc.
    Hope to see you in my great state of Michigan!

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  • Hunter

    Loved the HGTV show! And especially the Clint and Ric cameos! Super excited for you guys and can’t wait to share some more good wine with y’all soon!

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  • Glenda

    We missed your HGTV episode and can’t find it at their website. We would love to watch it as we are contemplating the same move. Do you know how we might see it? Meanwhile I intend to explore your website and blogs. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  • Elizabeth Brooks

    I finally found the blog spot. It took me a minute 🙂

    I found you on Facebook and asked you some questions,per your request, I will repost them here in summery.

    1) what do you think it would be like traveling with pets (i.e. medium to large dogs (2))
    2) how nessiscary is it to have a car in tow. We are debating between a class ‘c’ or a pull along

    I also have a new question

    Have ya’ll considered RVing in eurpoe when you all done with your US tour.

    Thanks for your time.
    Will and Elizabeth Brooks

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  • It was awesome to find out I know two local celebrities close to me on their own HGTV program!!! Wish we could all share part of your experiences at some point in life….looking forward to it!

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  • Pat Knowles

    Congraturlations on such fine work!!! Your travels, your photographt and all of your video’s are GREAT!!!! Keep up the good work!!

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  • paul

    Awesome performance on the show, you guys are great together

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  • Dennis Williams

    I enjoyed your web site. I was inspired to visit it after watching the episode of HGTV House Hunter RV. Your thoughts on “Green RVing” opened my eyes over some new options to look for in an RV. Thank you for sharing!

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  • Cindy

    Loved the program!!! Almost made we run out the day after Christmas and see if I could find an RV at 50% off! lol- really though, you guys were fun to see! Very enjoyable!

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  • Jen

    I, too, saw your “House Hunters” episode and loved it. My husband and I are in our 30s and have been kicking around the idea of going full-time on the road in the near future. We figure the rat race will always be here to come back to after we travel a bit. One of my husband’s Uncles and his wife are retired. They work for Aramark at national parks half the year and keep a home base in FL the other half. They say they’re broke but happy. 🙂 They have some friends who are full-time RVers that are coming out our way soon who are going to meet with us to chat about the lifestyle. I’d love to hear more about the logistics of RV living, like arranging veterinary care (we have a diabetic cat) and health care for yourselves (I have a couple of chronic health issues). Love your blog and videos, happy trails!

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  • Nicki & Jason
    I envy you! I loved my coach and hope to do what you are doing someday.

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  • judith mader

    Jason and Nicki
    We all watched the segment on television last night.
    Bravo to you both. You were so confident and articulate about your vision.
    Congratulations.

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  • Jeanne Powell

    WE travel in our 2007 Damon Challenger with a dog and a cat. Love it! An idea for you: come to Williamsport, Pa for the annual Little League World Series in August. We live in a beautiful town and you would enjoy seeing kids from all over the world playing baseball.
    By the way, have you heard of Geocaching? It’s a game you play with a handheld GPS. We play where ever we go in our RV and it takes us to places we never would have known were there. Check it out at Geocaching.com. Happy New Year!

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  • HappyMommy2

    Watched you guys on HGTV on Christmas night. What a great idea. Enjoy life while you’re still young and able, not to mention full of enthusiasm for life! You’re on the right path! Happy New Year!!! 🙂

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  • I already dream of one day traveling the US in an RV and watching your episode of House Hunters and perusing your blog has inspired me even more!!! gotta make it a reality one day! 🙂

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  • Denise

    We took our RV from Alaska to Texas to Illinois this summer! It was a wonderful trip with our 2 and 7 yr old sons! You guys should visit Alaska it is so beautiful! We lived there for 6 yrs.

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  • BaxterSaus

    Since you are planning on visiting east of the Mississippi, you should check out the first national park east of the Mississippi: Acadia! Its very beautiful, as is most of Maine.

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  • cathy

    Just watched your HGTV episode & loved it. We have owned an RV for several years (a class C) & even though we aren’t full timers we enjoy getting out for trips. We don’t travel with ‘human kids’ but we do have 5 ‘furry kids’ that enjoy traveling as much as we do! If you come to Indiana we have great state parks for RV’ers. Good luck in your travels.

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  • Maggie Friedrich

    Also just watched House Hunters RV – we are good friends of Ric Henry of Karl Lawrence Cellars. Was fun to see him on the episode too. Good luck with your adventure! Maggie

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  • Rvdude

    I’m confused. In the show it seems your first RV is a Monaco Vesta. But yet you mentioned your first RV was a lemon budget Class A in your first blog post. Then you got the Vesta after the lemon. What’s the truth?

    Also, are you getting paid by Monaco to say good things about the Vesta?? I see an ad and lots of praise for that model on this site.

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  • Tami

    Just watching you all on TV with my daughter. What a wonderful, well thought out decision you made to see this beautiful country. You are living my dream and I will enjoy following along with you. There is so much to see and learn, oh and the people you will meet. Happy traveling…..and here’s to watching you bring America to our homes.

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  • Have a safe travels, will be checking on your web page on your travels,it is so good seeing someone going after a dream while they are young instead of waiting until they retire.

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  • Glen & Christi Grunwald

    Love your blog and what a great adventure. Come to Hutchinson, Kansas anytime this summer. Hutchinson is known for a great Cosmosphere where the Apollo 13 capsule and Liberty 7 capsule are displayed. Also, the Underground Salt Mine and Museum are just a few of the great places to visit. Enjoy your adventure!

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  • Joe

    Come to the Delaware Saengerbund Oktoberfest, held the 3rd weekend of September each year.
    German food, music, amusement rides, dancing, and of course beer. It is the largest and longest-running Oktoberfest on the US East Coast.
    Ein Prosit der gemutlichkeit !!

    http://www.delawaresaengerbund.org

    PS: And I may be able to comp your admission tickets!

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  • Dana Atwood

    Come to Tybee Island Ga for the New Years Ga Polar Bear Plundge!!! They will try and beat the Guiness World record in 2011the for the most saim caps….

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  • Vita

    just watched the HGTVrv show, loved it and will follow you guys on here. My husband and I just bought a Class C camper the end of this summer went to a few places here in Michigan, and you are so right about the carefree feeling. If we like it as much as we think we will, we will do the samething you guys did.
    Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year – Stay safe

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  • Mary

    Really enjoyed watching you both on HGTV. It looks like you guys are having the time of your lives – and you have so much more to live! Keep us posted, we will be watching!

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  • Bill & Mary Jane G

    Merry Christmas. You guys are doing what we wish to do in a year or two. The HGTV show was great and we can empathize with RV shopping. We’ve been doing it too long but rented a class A for a week to get a better feel for what we want. Good Luck and definitely seee Garden of the Gods in CO Spr.

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  • Come to Charleston, South Carolina. The annual Spoletto Festival is in May!

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  • Lissy

    Hey there….Love your blog. I watched you on House Hunters last week and right now you’re on again! How did you get on the show??? Just curious…always wanted to know.
    I wish you both so much luck and happy travels. I love your blog and your adventurous spirits!

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  • Watching the episode now. Nice. We are also full-time travelers within the healthcare industry. We stay on location for 13 weeks before going to the next spot. We do not have an RV though. Happy trails.

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  • John, Abby and Noah Garland

    Hi Jason and Nikki! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!! We actually tried to get HGTV to pick up our story too but the timing didn’t work out. I’m so glad they got to film you guys. We’ve been following you for months now. Earlier this year, we moved from Honolulu, Hawaii to Washington DC. To make an adventure out of it, we bought a Class C motorhome (over the Internet from Hawaii), had it delivered to us in Washington State and then drove all the way across the country this past summer. We hit Walla Walla, WA (some of my family is from there), Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, and finally DC!! And…we did with our precious little six-month old, Noah. We have a 2012 Forest River Forester 3121DS. All the best on your travels-we’d love to meet up sometime, somewhere!

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  • Dave and Phyllis

    Hi..you two…we did the very same thing at your ages and hit the road….we did it for two years and then Dave went back to work in a self-employment situation. That lasted 15 years. Along the way we bought a 38 -foot Diesel pusher and lo! We sold our house in 2009 and are full-timimg again. We stay at Phyllis’ folks place for the holidays…enjoying it again. We may never own a home again. We will check in from time to time. We are guessing that your 32-footer will begin to feel small….we also tow a Honda Accord…as well as our Mtn Bikes. We ride as much as possible . Good luck…you two are really cute and we think you will never get tired so long as the money is there to keep on doin it!

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  • Glenda

    I watched your episode of HGTV. I’m very impressed with both of you. For two people so young (compared to me!) you seem to be really grounded and goal oriented in such a productive way. I’m looking forward to seeing the U.S. through your eyes. Good luck and I’ll be following you!

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  • Lucy

    I said likeable because a lot of the people of house hunters (or in your case house hunters RV) the people can be very rude and mean. But you two seemed like a nice, cute couple. If you ever get around to some random place like Dodge City in Alabama try to stop by this RV place called Millican RV they are the coolest RV place. Except for Tom he is a little grouchy but their top sales man Josh Tytler is awesome. I dont know if you two are going through Alabama but I hope you do 🙂

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  • Mary

    Some of the things you have captured on film are incredible! The buffalo running into the water is awesome!

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  • Lucy

    That sounds amazing! I saw you guys on HGTV you two seem like a really likable couple good luck in your travels

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  • Wow-You’re living one of my dreams! Awesome. I am excited to hear all about it and the final costs of course. Blessings!

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  • Jonathan Chandler

    Hey Jason & Nikki! I was wondering if you could give someone thinking of doing what you’re doing an idea of expenses? I know I will forget things to budget for. I enjoyed your story and hope you and your wife are having a good time out there. Thanks.

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  • We’ve been full-time RVers since June 2004! Saw your House Hunters episode the other night and, of course, we loved it. It’s a great life out here on the road. Enjoy every moment!

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  • Cynthia Van Camp

    We have a travel trailer and love to go too. But, I am still working after 30 years with the school board. We live in Plant City Florida which is the Worlds Winter Strawberry Festival Capitol…we have an awesome festival where close a million come every year for entertainment and strawberries. Last year was Taylor Swift, Lady Antellbellum etc. This year it starts beginning around March 1. Check us out Strawberry Festival Plant City Florida….very sunny here. come on down !!

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  • Minnesota State Fair Aug. 23-Sept. 1st. Come check it out!

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  • Mary Clayton

    Come to Louisville, KY for the Kentucky Derby! The race is always the first Saturday in May, but the party starts 2 weeks before with one of the largest Fireworks show in the country “Thunder Over Louisville”. There are also hot air balloon races and glows for night enjoyment. Steamboat races on the river, run for the rose’ where waiters/waitresses race to win a trip for whoever spills the least wine during a course they race and one local H.S. or college even has races for rats to win the coveted cheerios garland! Altogether a bucket list experience!

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  • Margo oatman

    We have travaled all over the world. But here in tHe u.s. you should bring your rv to the Minnesota – Wisconsin border along the great Mississippi valley. We live in our rv every summer along the river. You should not miss this incredible place in the Midwest. Stop at the harbor bar across from red wing mn. Drive along the river stopping in all the charming river towns. Give it a try!

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