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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.
Our First Year as Full Time RV Travelers

Our First Year as Full Time RV Travelers

On May 18, 2018 we hooked up our trailer and hit the road. Leaving Florida behind towards our first workamping gig in Yellowstone National Park. Our emotions were bouncing around like a ball in a pinball machine. Our excitement was at an all time high, smattered with a bit of fear of the unknown. We took a huge risk leaving everything all behind to be able to enjoy a life of travel. Did our first year as full time RV…

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Sugar Beet Harvest Survival Kit

Sugar Beet Harvest Survival Kit

As you may know by now, Joe and I worked the 2018 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, but struggled…

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How To Use Your Home To Fund Your Travels

How To Use Your Home To Fund Your Travels

If you are a full-time traveler, a hot topic is always ….. “how do I make money and travel?” An even more popular question is ….. “how can I make a passive income?” Passive income is an outstanding way to make an income without physically performing a task over and over again. Below I will show you how you can use your home to fund your travels! Trippin Brehenys uses referral links which means we may get paid a commission…

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Workamping for Jackson Hewitt!

Workamping for Jackson Hewitt!

Workamping for Jackson Hewitt! There are many ways you can make money anywhere, any time and for anybody. Remote jobs, travel jobs, seasonal jobs, freelance jobs, the world is now your oyster! The internet is changing the workforce as we know it. You have options to put your life first, and work second. It has never been an easier time in history to find work that fits into whatever lifestyle you choose. Choose living first! The Trippinbrehenys are a full…

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Is An Annual National Park Pass Worth The Price?

Is An Annual National Park Pass Worth The Price?

Is An Annual National Park Pass Worth The Price? As a full time traveling family we understand the importance of saving money, so when we got to our first National Park back in May of 2018 we decided to purchase an annual pass to the National Parks of the U.S. How much is an annual National Park Pass? At the time of this writing (and when we purchased ours in 2018), the cost for the annual pass is $80. Is…

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Beauty On The Beast – Sometimes Life Has Different Plans!

Beauty On The Beast – Sometimes Life Has Different Plans!

Our special thanks go out to guest blogger Kathleen Fellows for this follow up of Beauty On The Beast. Be sure to check out Kathleen’s first installment at Beauty On The Beast where she writes about the roots of her and her family’s travel bug and their plans to travel across this great country of ours on motorcycles. In this post, Kathleen shares how life sometimes has other plans for us: June 14th That is when our trip will begin….

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Santa Fe It’s A Wrap: Our Top 5 Favorites

Santa Fe It’s A Wrap: Our Top 5 Favorites

If you have been following our adventure, you know that we have been working and living in Santa Fe, NM since January. Our Santa Fe adventure is coming to an end in just a few days. We thought it would be an awesome idea to show a recap of just some of the beauty and history that Santa Fe has to offer. When you plan a visit near Santa Fe, here are some awesome sites to add to your bucket…

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Need Extra Cash? An Honest Review of Rev.com!

Need Extra Cash? An Honest Review of Rev.com!

We all are looking for ways to make extra money. Most importantly a way to make extra money that is flexible around our already hectic lives. Or maybe you are looking for a remote opportunity to pad your bank account.  The Trippinbrehenys are on a mission to find ways for you to make money while being able to travel. Some of the options are trading hours for dollars, trading hours to live for free or laying a foundation for a…

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Product Review – Ideal Choice Product Collapsible Ladder.

Product Review – Ideal Choice Product Collapsible Ladder.

When you live in an RV it’s important to only carry what you need and sometimes… Well, you need a ladder.  In this post, we review the Ideal Choice Product 10.5-foot collapsible ladder. This ladder is not only great for RV travelers but anyone who likes their tools to be portable.  Perfect for Home Inspectors, Roofers, and any Handy-person. Trippin Brehenys are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means…

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Rocking It Out At Tent Rocks National Monument!

Rocking It Out At Tent Rocks National Monument!

We are down to our last few weeks here in New Mexico.  New Mexico is, well… a badass state that is rich in history, culture, and the scenery is an endless feast for the senses.  Our latest adventure brought us to Tent Rocks National Monument.  The three-mile round trip hike was full of gorgeous canyons, a 600-foot climb to the top of a mountain with views that span as far as the eye can see.  Join us for a day…

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