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Debbie LaFleiche

Content Creator. Pet Parent. Adventurer. Experience Seeker. Still cannot back up the trailer. See full biography in About Debbie, Solstice and Kitty in Connect Category.

Graduating Girl Gets a Graduation Gift

Downsizing By October 10, 2016 Tags: , , , , , 7 Comments

Just before I graduated high school, I got a notice from the main office that a local furniture store had a gift for the female graduates in the Class of 1984. Turns out, this furniture store gave this graduation gift to graduating girls for a long time before me and would continue to do so […]


Hitting the Road: 10 Reasons to Be Excited

Everything Else By October 3, 2016 Tags: , , , , 8 Comments

In the previous post, I forced myself to own up to the things I’m terrified about when it comes to changing my entire life.  Today I balance that post with a post about reasons I’m excited to be hitting the road and changing my whole life. In no particular order, here are 10.  Just like with […]


Expenses on the Road, It Ain’t Cheap

Everything Else By September 26, 2016 Tags: , , , , 7 Comments

It’s a myth that RV living is a cheap alternative to sticks-and-bricks traditional living.  No doubt, there are hacks to make it cost less such as boondocking (also called dry camping, living off the grid or wild camping) on BLM land where there are no fees, limiting driving to save on gas, etc.  But, for […]


Deciding on the Right Fiberglass Trailer

Everything Else By September 19, 2016 Tags: , , 9 Comments

In a previous post (click HERE to read), I wrote about how I came to the decision to purchase a fiberglass trailer as I worked my way down the decision funnel.  Once decided, it was time to dig further into the specific fiberglass trailers manufacturers.  A fantastic resource is Fiberglass RV. On their website’s  home page is a list of […]


An Egg and a Funnel: Making the First RV Decision

Choosing the Rig By August 29, 2016 Tags: , , , , , 3 Comments

Diving into the world of RVs from a starting point of knowing absolutely nothing is utterly overwhelming.  So many decisions and choices.  The decision-making process looks something like a funnel with every possible RV choice at the wide top.  Then the whittling down begins based on size, cost, features, etc. until a single choice remains. Finally and […]