We are so excited for this new season and the new adventures it is going to take us on! But first, for those that are new around here (and there is a lot of you), let me catch you up real quick…
We started this full-time travel lifestyle with a ground tent… we wanted to test the waters and see if we even liked traveling full-time lifestyle; we realized pretty quickly we loved the lifestyle but not so much the tent….
We LOVE our boys Trek bikes, we absolutely believe they are the best kids bike!! As much as we ride it is extremely important to us that our boys have quality bikes. Ones they are able to fit on and most importantly control.
People always seem to be amazed when they see/hear that we have 4 boys! And everyone wants to know how we are adjusting to life with yet another boy.
For those of you who have been following along, you know that Jeremy recently started a new remote job. But is it the right remote job for us?
I have been wanting to put this homeschool update out for a few weeks. But it has taken me some time to put my thoughts together. I want to be honest with ya’ll and not pretend that everything is always been perfect for us in our pursuit of education with our boys.
We chose the ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 for our wireless router since it has 3 distinct channels for wireless. This is essential for our mobile internet setup. We need to be able to have not only high speed, but also separation between each of our networks.
As promised last week, we will be talking this week about the 2 internet devices that we have been testing; The Cradlepoint LTE modem and the DIGI transport LTE modem.
Just because you want to go RVing or traveling, does not mean you have to do so without internet. Although, it would be freeing! For our situation, Jeremy’s job requires him to have a good stable internet connection that we have setup with bonding and fail-over.
Whether you travel full-time or not, backing up your data is extremely important for anyone who uses a computer and doesn’t want to lose their data. For us, since we shoot videos, take photos, and run a YouTube Channel, we have TONS of original data that we cannot replace.