RV Living, Touring Northern New Mexico & Old Town Albuquerque | VLOG 040

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Vlog 040 September 16, 2016 Get more of our stuff at

In this video, we tour northern New Mexico between Roswell, NM and Albuquerque, NM.

After a brief stop at Camping World, we set up for the night at the American RV Park, and then adventure into Old Town Albuquerque.

We enjoyed a fantastic dinner at Church Street Cafe, which is in the oldest residence in Albuquerque and possibly the oldest in the state of New Mexico.

The food was amazing!

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Salt Lake City, UT

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Today we stopped in Salt Lake City to explore the heart of the city! This involved visiting the immense Temple Square, home of The Church of Latter-Day Saints! Temple Square comprises many square blocks and building. The most famous of which is the Tabernacle where the Mormon Tabernacle Choir perform! Unfortunately we could not see a recital; however, we did get to hear an Organ recital which sounded fantastic!

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RVing with the King! [EP3 RV Life in Memphis TN]

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Camping in Graceland Campground! Sun Studio. National Civil Rights Museum. Beale Street. Graceland and pink limousines! RV life!

Homeless family living in a small RV with no bathroom or water using social media.

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I really don’t know where to begin with this story so I’ll start at the beginning. Although this interview is taped in Dayton, Nevada, I first meet Kerry and his family months ago on Twitter.

As I think about this family I get emotional. I cannot imagine raising a child in a small RV with no bathroom or running water. This family’s life is far from easy, but together they keep fighting, and together they stay grateful for the little things.

Kerry has become the biggest evangelist for the We Are Visible community. He even collected cans to pay for printing cost to distribute flyers at a local homeless connect day Not sure any church or homeless services organization has done that.

Kerry is always thanking people on Twitter and keeps engaging new homeless people who join the community. I am grateful for Kerry because he’s championed We Are Visible into so much more than what I ever imagined.

When I started We Are Visible [ I envisioned homeless services helping homeless people via social media. But something far better has happened. Homeless people are encouraging and helping other homeless people.

What I also never imagined was a 13 year-old homeless boy connecting with me on social media. Keifer uses his Sony PSP to get on Facebook. He leaves me little notes because he does not have a keyboard to type on. Often just a “hi” or “huz” he’ll leave on my wall. Completely wrecks me every time. It’s because of this young boy that I have a new vision for We Are Visible that I made public at 140 Conference in Los Angeles

One night Sabrina tweet me that Keifer took my Facebook profile photo and replaced Tony Hawk on this video game. It was at that moment I knew I had to visit this family, so this last week I flew into Reno and drove to where their RV is parked.

I took the family out to eat. This was the first time this family has been out to eat in over two years. We went to Keifer’s favorite restaurant. It was a wonderful night. You can see some photos here:

I have to say that I fell in love with this family. I’ve worked with homeless families for years, and although each and every family I want off the streets, I have never felt such passion, or felt so powerless, in wanting Kerry, Sabrina and Keifer a better life.

If you know of anyone in or near Carson City, Nevada, that can help Kerry find a job please contact them. He wants to work. They will hopefully have housing soon, but the battle is far from over.

This family has taught me lots. All Keifer wanted when I visited was a bag of fortune cookies for a class project. I spent a few hours with them and helped them get outside of their crisis for only a moment. I so wish I could do more.

And to be really honest I am flattered that Keifer replaced Tony Hawk with my ugly mug, but Tony Hawk is way more awesome than I’ll ever be. Wouldn’t it be great if Tony Hawk went to visit Keifer? I think so, and I’m sure Keifer will put Tony’s photo back. The media attention alone with hopefully get the local community to help this family. Call me a dreamer but stranger things have happened. Why not tweet Tony Hawk [ a link to this story.

I want the best for this family. They are amazing, and although I spent only a few hours with them, I think I left my heart in Dayton, Nevada.


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Today is Sunday and we went to not one, but TWO churches. Being in a new city we are trying to find a place to call home. Both churches were friendly and the boys seemed to have fun. We ended the day with a surprise “pajama run” late night trip to Sonic for half price shakes 🙂