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Old 10-03-2014, 01:05 PM   #15
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Thanks again for all the excellent feedback, folks. Keep the comments coming!

Now if my kids would only finish up their schoolwork so that we can get out of this RV.... ha.
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Old 10-03-2014, 01:33 PM   #16
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Where are you from? Are you on the road full time or part time? We just started homeschooling our four boys last year and are trying to figure out how to we can take more trips and incorporate school into our travels. My dream is to take 6 or 9 or maybe even 12 months and take off across the country to see everything (and more) they are learning. The Boys seem to be all for it, but the DW and I are wondering how 6 of us will deal with being in such close proximity to each other for that long. http://www.irv2.com/forums/images/smilies/blink.gif How is it working for your family?

Hope the weather holds, you have a great trip, and that your surgery goes well and you are back on the road quickly! Good Luck!

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Hi Tom,

Thanks for all the advice. We'll try to see everything you mentioned.

To answer your questions, we are live and work on Guam right now but I have a job where I can arrange blocks of day off. So I can take a month off at a time, but of course I have to pay the piper by working for a month straight. It has it's drawbacks. In that regard we are full-timers but we still maintain a home on Guam for when I have to return there for work. Sometimes my DW and kids come with me to Guam, other times they stay with the RV. I also have a home in TX. It was a rental but now it on the market for sale. If we're passing through that area we'll often stop in at stay at the house instead.

Regarding your dream to get on the road with the kids. I thought I'd write something up for other's interested in homsechooling and Full-timing since you and many others have been asking lately. I posted that here: http://www.irv2.com/forums/f59/for-t...ml#post2254594
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You will not need reservations on the Oregon coast in November. What you will need are good Raincoats. Check the Weather Forecasts in advance because November Storms can be very Windy and Rainy. Good Luck
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You will not need reservations on the Oregon coast in November. What you will need are good Raincoats. Check the Weather Forecasts in advance because November Storms can be very Windy and Rainy. Good Luck
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We've had a great time on the Oregon Coast thus far. We 6 days at Ft Stevens SP (very nice park). 2 days at Pacific City (TT), and 4 days at Heceta RV park in the Florence area. We stored the FW for a few weeks in Florence while I get my knee surgery done. Hopefully it won't been too wet and cold when we get back in November.
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