Washington D.C. Where The Three Branches Of Government Unite? | Newbie Full Time RVers
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Washington D.C. Where The Three Branches Of Government Unite? | Newbie Full Time RVers

The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps, and manuscripts in its collections. The Library is the main research arm of the U.S. Congress and the home of the U.S. Copyright Office. Continue reading

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Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge In New Jersey | Newbie Fulltime RVers
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Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge In New Jersey | Newbie Fulltime RVers

The people of Forsythe were wonderful to work beside. Our fellow volunteers both RVer and local not only cared about the lands and animals but were supportive of their coworkers and genuinely friendly. Continue reading

Through Canada To Tetlin Alaska » Newbie Fulltime RVers
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Through Canada To Tetlin Alaska » Newbie Fulltime RVers

The road was lonely and desolate as we came upon Kluane Lake. It looked like fog was hanging over part of the lake but as we neared we realized it was dust blowing in very strong winds along the top of the water from the sandy, shallow end of the lake. Like most lakes we’d encountered so far, Kluane Lake is huge! Continue reading

At The Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge In Minnesota » Newbie Fulltime RVers
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At The Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge In Minnesota » Newbie Fulltime RVers

The refuge is 43,000 acres of diverse habitat in the midst of three geologic zones that meet here. The rivers flow into the Red River basin or north and east toward the headwaters of Mississippi River basin and hosts over twenty named lakes and Eastern deciduous hardwoods, Northern coniferous forests and Western tall grass prairies. Continue reading