Living the RV Dream Episode 140: Devil’s Tower, Mount Rushmore, the Badlands, and your mail

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4 thoughts on “Living the RV Dream Episode 140: Devil’s Tower, Mount Rushmore, the Badlands, and your mail”

  1. Hey Robert…Alaska is out for us..but heading north by northwest, Mt .Wa..Or as soon as this coronovirus is over…cautiously. take care and happy travels….Joe

  2. Hi Robert,
    I have been touring the country on my motorcycle for many years. I recently had an accident while barnboarding the sides of my home. I’ve been recuperating from a busted leg and broken ribs for over a week now and have been thoroughly enjoying your videos as they have satisfied my urge to be out on the open road. The near death accident has given me a whole new perspective on how I would like to live the rest of my life… Touring ! I’ve decided to sell my home and buy a Mini Winnie toy hauler. My sons have all invited me to stay on their properties when not touring. Thank God I found you on YouTube. I have been thoroughly enjoying your videos and relate to all of them as I have been to most of the same places! I understand your a singer, would you consider singing a song at the end of your videos? I think that would be really cool! If not maybe you could lead me to the songs you’ve recorded… I’m sure I’d enjoy listening to them!
    Thanks again and “happy trails”!

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