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Two Years On The Road

Two Years On The Road

We count July 3, 2017 as our Nomadiversay. That is the date we pulled out of a Wisconsin campground and hit the road. The month before that was spent learning how to live in our 35-foot diesel pusher while preparing for an estate sale and the selling of our home. Over the last two years …

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Refining what we do…

Refining what we do…

We have not written a post in quite some time. In fact, this will be our norm.  There are other blogs you can go to for travel information.  If you want to keep up with us on a regular basis you can see us on Facebook.  However, I think most people will be better served …

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Mike Wendland of RV Lifestyle Interviews GeoAstroRV

Mike Wendland of RV Lifestyle Interviews GeoAstroRV

Jeff and Deb Spencer of Rolling Recess talked with Mike Wendland about their experience with us at last years Xscaper’s Annual Bash in Lake Havasu, Arizona. Mike contacted us and requested a chance to interview us for his podcast program. Mike Wendland is a journalist who describes himself as retired. However, one look at his …

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Homestead National Monument of America

Homestead National Monument of America

We are honored to be volunteers in the park at Homestead National Monument of America this summer during the month of May. We would like to thank Superintendent Mark Engler and Park Ranger Charlotte McDaniel for the opportunity to assist them with their astronomy presentations. What is it all about? [The Homestead Act of 1862 …

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How and Where to Enjoy Dark Sky Camping

How and Where to Enjoy Dark Sky Camping

We had a chance to collaborate with Dan and Lisa Brown from Always On Liberty. We look forward to crossing paths with them for years to come at dark sky locations across North America. After checking out the guest post, be sure and subscribe to their bog!

Visiting Lunt Solar Systems in Tucson

Visiting Lunt Solar Systems in Tucson

Last fall, we purchased a Lunt 152THa solar telescope. This 152 mm (6″) f/6 hydrogen-alpha (h-alpha) telescope has supplied us with fabulous views of our nearest star, the Sun. It’s an impressive scope, and by removing the h-alpha pressure tuners, it is one that we can use for both day and night viewing. We noticed …

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GeoAstroRV joins Epic Nomad TV and heads to Theodore Roosevelt National Park

GeoAstroRV joins Epic Nomad TV and heads to Theodore Roosevelt National Park

A while back, Brenda and I made a decision to sell most of what we owned and to move into a recreational vehicle (RV).  We wanted to go see the geology of North America especially the national parks.  We decided to follow in the footsteps of amateur visual astronomer, John Dobson, and do astronomy presentations as …

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Thankful hearts in Arizona

Thankful hearts in Arizona

This is a picture taken by Kim Flores.  Jesse and Kim were gracious enough to let us stay with them on their Arizona property.  We are blessed to know them and fortunate to have these views out our front door.