We stayed two weeks moochdocking with family in Michigan. It was wonderful to catch up and get caught up on some repairs. In this episode, we also talk about places to visit and do on the East side of Michigan.

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Cuyahoga Valley National Park

National Park Site

We stayed in Ashtabula, Ohio, and we stayed at a Thousand Trails Kenisee Lake RV Campground

What is it? Driveway camping at a family member or friend’s house

  • Our¬†Victron Multiplus 3000 inverter¬†has a power assist mode allowing us to use a 15 amp wall plug and our battery bank to power our RV!
  • We used our onboard water source instead of a hose connection, so we didn’t fill our holding tanks as fast. We were able to go seven full days before we had to dump. 

Places to visit on the East side of Michigan

Tony wanted me to share this commercial with you –¬†Buttery Flaky Crust¬†– We discuss it in the bloopers. HAHA!

New camping chairs and stools we found on Amazon. 

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