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In the spring of 2018, we decided it was time to ditch our “normal life” and start to enjoy life. Call it a mid life crisis or just call us crazy as we build a new life on the road. We are super excited to have you join the Trippin Brehenys. Meet Joe, a self proclaimed Rock Star at heart. At a young half a century old, he is a self taught guitar player, singer, songwriter, poet and blogger. Meet Julia, wife, mother of 4 kids and Nonna to her grandkids. Passions include photography, traveling and learning Spanish with son, Nick. Meet Nick, who is 11 years old as we begin our travels. He is a super intelligent and gentle hearted young man. He is known as the human calculator, loves astronomy, drawing, youtube videos and he is just starting to blog about his travels from a kid’s perspective.
How To Replace Your Broken RV Skylight.

How To Replace Your Broken RV Skylight.

Approximately 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered with water.  Water makes up almost 60% of the human body.  There’s no denying water is one of the most important substances in our lives.  That is until you get it coming through your RV roof.  That’s exactly what happened to us recently.  Here’s how we fixed it. How To Replace Your Broken RV Skylight. Trippin Brehenys uses affiliate links which means we may get paid a commission if you purchase through…

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RV Travel and Working on the Road

RV Travel and Working on the Road

Have you ever thought about traveling in an RV and working on the Road? We have been traveling and working on the road for over two years. One of the most asked questions we hear is, how can I make a living and travel? Google will pull up countless travel bloggers. But, is it realistic to think you can just pop on your favorite bikini or speedo, take Instagram photos of exotic places and make a living? For some yes,…

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Sugar Beet Harvest Workamper Survival Kit

Sugar Beet Harvest Workamper Survival Kit

As you may know by now, Joe and I worked the 2018 and 2019 Sugar Beet Harvest in Culbertson, Montana. I am the research and planner nut in the family. After we accepted the position, I was obsessed with watching Youtube videos and reading all I could about what we needed to be prepared. Joe always says when the Zombie Apocalypse comes, I will be more than ready. I spent months researching and making lists of what we would need,…

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Siteground Web Hosting Review 2020: Why We Chose Siteground.

Siteground Web Hosting Review 2020: Why We Chose Siteground.

We started our blogging journey in October of 2018. We did a lot of research before choosing which hosting platform to use and we finally settled on Siteground.  Welcome to our Siteground Web Hosting Review: Why We Chose Siteground. The Trippin Brehenys use affiliate links which means we may get paid a commission if you purchase through one of the links on our site.  This is at no additional cost to you.  See our full disclosure Here. Why did we…

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Marketing Boost Review 2020

Marketing Boost Review 2020

Marketing Boost Review 2020.   As bloggers and small business owners, we are focused on finding ways to grow our online business.  As full-time travelers when we find a product or program related to travel which can help us grow our business, we just have to check it out. When we stumbled across Marketing Boost we did our research and knew we had to give it a try. Trippin Brehenys uses affiliate links which means we may get paid a…

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Rumble.com Review – Legit Or Scam?

Rumble.com Review – Legit Or Scam?

Has Your Video Content Become Stagnant On YouTube? Change it! Sharing your content has never been easier than it is in today’s world. From social media to blogging to vlogging and everything in between there are few people left today who don’t have some form of web presence.  In this post we review Rumble.com. When I first started posting on Youtube about 2 years ago I wasn’t getting any views. Although I have to admit I wasn’t posting very often…

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Full Time Traveling With Kids: Education and Socialization

Full Time Traveling With Kids: Education and Socialization

The Internet provides us the opportunity to work or run a business from anywhere in the world.  So, what impact does this have on the typical family? What are the challenges parents face to ensure their children receive a good education and healthy socialization? Want to learn more about full time traveling with kids? We have been traveling with our twelve year old son for the past two years. We would like to share what we have learned over the…

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High Paying Affiliate Program 2020

High Paying Affiliate Program 2020

Trippin Brehenys uses affiliate links.  We may get paid a small commission if you purchase through our affiliate links.  This is at no additional cost to you.  See our full disclosure Here. Are you looking for a high paying affiliate program for 2020, which has a great payout structure and is free to sign up for?  Then look no further. How does the program work? Marketing Boost is a program which allows business owners to give their prospects, leads and…

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Workamping At Colorado Heights Camping Resort

Workamping At Colorado Heights Camping Resort

We’ve just finished our 4th workamping gig since embarking on our full-time adventure almost a year and a half ago. Each experience has been different and we’ve picked up some great new skills and met some incredible people that we are proud to call friends along the way. We ran the gamut of work experiences. From floor supervisors at Yellowstone, to agricultural workers at the Sugar Beet Harvest to tax professionals at Jackson Hewitt.  All that was left was to…

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Hiking The Incline At Manitou Springs CO

Hiking The Incline At Manitou Springs CO

Hiking the Incline at Manitou Springs CO is not an easy feat.  Trust me, I speak from experience.  Last week (Friday 8/10/19) I ascended this beast with my son-in-law Jake.  Going into it I knew I had it in the bag.   Just another long flight of stairs in my opinion.  Somewhere between 100 to 150 steps up I was already humbled.  This was not going to be an easy climb nor was it just another flight of stairs! History Of…

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