I am eternally grateful to my hometown for taking great care of me! I don’t want to steal the Thunder from the video which is here in, but I have a great Segway into an awesome RV life boondocking all over the United States.
This Block House was built in 1812 and solely intended as a temporary structure to protect the Mansfield Ohio area from native American attack. It is the last remaining of its kind in this area. The structure has been standing for over 200 years, not bad for a temporary structure huh?
Roasted Red Pepper Hummus with a touch of Sriracha, Lime Avocado, Carrots and Scallions on Seeded Whole Wheat Bread.
Awesome local owned diner with great food at a reasonable price, just a block from Ashland University in Ashland Ohio.
In my own special way of course! In this video I talk about my experiences at the VA with primary care. All veterans deserve impeccable treatment as we would not have a nation if it were not for them! Never forget there are hundreds of thousands of veterans who are in worse condition than me. My heart goes out to all of my brothers and sisters.
To save energy on our deep cycle battery while boondocking our way through the RV life, I am installing LED lighting throughout Freedom’s interior.
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I took freedom to the best transmission shop in this area of Ohio. View the video to find out what happened and if we can continue enjoying boondocking our way through the RV life.
This one is in Mansfield Ohio and it is a pizza and sub joint. Their subs are like no other in the world! I’ve got to say is I’ve traveled all over the United States and abroad I have always searched out of place that is kind of like this one only to be disappointed. There truly is no other, Leaning Tower of Pizza!
Truly is a great way to enjoy that RV life as you’re strolling through Mansfield Ohio. This is well worth the stop halfway between Columbus and Cleveland on Interstate 71. Make sure you call ahead as you need to give them about 30 to make your order. To get their number I just told Google to call Leaning Tower Pizza in Mansfield Ohio I’m sure Siri will work the same way for you if you’re one of those iPhone people.
This place is one of my top 10 restaurants of all time! I just love it that they make their bread for these Subs fresh in house.
Tomorrow I will put freedom in the shop to begin repairs on the transmission. Wish me luck, I sure hope it’s not a ton of money to get back on the road.
When boondocking your way through the RV life breakdowns are to be expected once in awhile, especially if you’re driving and older RV.
I decided to stir up the VFW and American Legion because neither have assisted me although I’ve requested assistance from both of them several times in Florida. The VFW has called me back while the American Legion has not. Ironically, I’m a member of the American Legion and not the VFW currently. Perhaps I should change that! What do you think? Leave your comments below, Thank you.
Boondocking while enjoying the RV life in the Wayne National Forest in Southeast Ohio. Thanks to the cheapRVliving.com website and the forums area for the intel on this place.
The ranger station was very helpful in finding great dispersed camping AKA free camping locations. You can stay up to 14 nights at a time totally free of charge.
While this is one of the most beautiful areas of Ohio, sadly you can’t drink the water due to fracking messing up the water supply. So make sure you bring him plenty of your own water. Don’t let that stop you from enjoying the beauty of this area of Ohio.