8 Fun Rainy Day Activities While RV Camping

8 Fun Rainy Day Activities While RV Camping

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Rainy days are an all year event, and while most can be predicted with technology and the weathermen there are those times they come at a surprise. Nothing is worse when your RV camping and it begins to rain Cats and dogs outside. Not literally ‘cats and dogs’ but you know what I mean!

Now with the rain, the entire camping trip you had planned with some hiking, bike riding, exploring and maybe even some fishing has been brought to a standstill. What are you and your family going to do now that it’s raining and you’re already all set up at the campground?

Good news! It’s all not a loss! There are always some fun activities you can make sure to bring with you to pass the time. Whether it’s just you and your significant other or you have the kids along for the adventure. So, check out our 8 favorite fun activities to do while waiting for the rain to pass.

1. Puzzles

I absolutely love doing puzzles. It’s surprising how much they can actually teach you on a personal level but also the time seems to fly by with all the concentration that will be happening. I enjoy the large 1000 piece puzzles, but it is always nice to have the smaller 250 or 500 piece puzzles that the whole family can enjoy and complete in a shorter time. No matter the number of pieces, completing a puzzle can bring a great sense of accomplishment for the whole family.

2. Board Games or Card Games

Who doesn’t love a long game of Monopoly? As a kid, this game was epic in our household and we loved taking it places to pass the time. Depending on the age group, of course, there are plenty of board games or card games out there. To name a few is Apples to Apples, Cards against humanity, Poker, Yahtzee, Chutes and ladders, and clue. These are great options to have on hand. Some are for a more mature audience while others are for the younger campers.

3. Movie/Show Marathon with Popcorn/Pizza

We love a good movie or show marathon or as others may say ‘binge-watch party’. The Avengers/Marvel Movies are huge right now and rainy days make a great opportunity to get all caught up. Maybe you enjoy the Star Wars episodes or Game of Thrones. These are great options for movie/show Marathon days. Of course, don’t forget your favorite treats whether it’s popcorn, pizza, candy, or ice cream! Yum!!

4. Get Crafty! Write a fun book/color/draw.

This one is fantastic if you have kiddo’s or if you enjoy drawing/coloring yourself. The kids get to use their imagination while the adults get to step back into the days when their imagination soared. If you do not have kids, adult coloring books are great to pass the time and create a beautiful piece of art.

5. Cook or Bake a fun new recipe

This idea can be great for couples or bringing the whole family together. If you’re in an RV, chances are you have a stove or oven that you cook or bake with. For us, since we are fulltime we make all of our meals and desserts in our RV. This means we have tons of ingredients to be able to make things from scratch. If you don’t have all the ingredients, that’s okay! When it comes to cooking, experimenting can be just as fun as following a recipe. Who knows, you all might create a MasterChef masterpiece.

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6. Go Play in the Rain (As long as there is No Severe weather, of course)

When I was a kid we would go play in the rain all the time! We absolutely loved throwing on our rain boots and jackets to go dance and jump in all the rain puddles. I only suggest this if the weather is not severe. Meaning no lightning, hail, or potential tornados and high winds.

7. Read a good ole book and relax

Sometime Rainy day means now is the time that you can finally relax a little. Our lives are so busy that the rain allows you to slow down. Maybe you’re a reader but with all of the craziness you haven’t been able to open up a good book, now is your chance. So open up that good book, spend a few hours relaxing and lose yourself in a great story.

8. Pamper yourself/ “Me Time”

Paint your nails, make homemade masks, and enjoy a nice hot cup of delicious chamomile tea. Rainy days make a great time for the girls to have some girl time. For the men, enjoy the “me time or guy time” during the rainy days go ahead and play games, research a favorite hobby, or build something.

I hope you’ve enjoyed these 8 awesome activity ideas that will help any RV camping trip get through the rain showers. Rain doesn’t have to ruin a good camping trip with the family or significant other. Finding great ways to pass the time, unite again as a family or couple, and enjoy each other’s company is the power that the rainy days can have.

If you have some awesome activities you love and enjoy on rainy days, please share below. We would love to hear!

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April 2019 Goals: Our Journey to a Debt Free Life and More!

April 2019 Goals: Our Journey to a Debt Free Life and More!

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The month of March is complete! I can’t believe how quickly this year is going by. I am a little late on posting this but a lot has been going on. Some exciting news, but not ready to share quite yet!

Let’s get right to it and recap my goals for the month of March! I can already say, it didn’t go as planned and that’s okay! We all have hiccups in life and it takes some time to get back on track. I’m hoping April will be that month!

My goals for March were:

  1. Post a New Quality Blog once a week
  2. Workout 3x a week
  3. Social Media: Pinterest (Gain 100 More followers and create a pinning strategy)
  4. Blog View (Average 180 – 250 Sessions a day)

Let’s dissect the first goal I had in March of posting one quality post a week. Unfortunately, the month of March I failed at this. It was almost like my creative juices ran dry and I just had no motivation to write. I did post a great article called Travel Trailers Overview: A guide for beginners! Although I didn’t post much, I am satisfied with the one I did post!  

On to my fitness goal of working out 3x a week! This I did not complete! I am still doing yoga which is helping me gain my strength back up as well as flexibility. I also started to walk more as long as I was feeling up to it!

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My third goal regarding Social Media was all about Pinterest. The goal was to gain 100 more followers and continue to refine a pinning strategy. I started with 379 followers and I am happy to announce that I now have 463 followers, and averaging 108k Monthly viewers. This goal was almost completed! I still hope to continue to grow my Pinterest.

The Final goal I had was my blog/website views/sessions. I averaged around 80 to 150 a day, and unfortunately, this is still average. Unfortunetly, this goal was not met either! My blogging traffic has actually went down. I know it is because I failed on my pinterest strategy and I did not write very many posts this month. I still get traffic, but it’s not increasing.

This month I realized how important it is to keep up with writing new content, posting and engaging on Facebook Groups and Pinterest. Keeping these in my blogging strategy and posting consistently is key to gaining traffic to my blog.

April 2019 Goals:
Goal 1: Post a new quality blog at least once a week

I am hoping that this month of April I can get back on track and crush this goal! Motivation, motivation, motivation!!

Goal 2: Work out 3x times a week.

This is one very important right now! Working out is going to be very beneficial for me and I am hoping to actually work out 4 to 5 times a week for atleast 30 – 40 minutes.

Goal 3: Social Media

I am keeping my Pinterest goal for April. I know how important this platform is for bloggers to gain traffic, especially with seeing my number decrease after not completing this goal. I would still like to gain another 100 more followers on Pinterest and continue to refine a better strategy for pinning.

I will still continue to use Tailwind, and develop a greater pinning strategy using their software.

Goal 4: Blog Views Sessions

With Google Analytics I will continue to check on my views and sessions per day, as well as, begin to look at my weekly and monthly sessions. I did notice that my session on a monthly average is increasing.

For December (when I signed up for Google Analytics) I had 1.9K sessions. For January, I had 2.5K sessions and for February I had 3.1K sessions. I failed for the month of March and ended the month with only 2.7K sessions.

Therefore, I am needing to focus on my pinning strategy. This will help bring up the blog traffic.

So, I am going to set a monthly goal for April at 3.5K sessions on my blog.

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Goals for our DEBT FREE JOURNEY!

Currently, we are still sitting at Two Credit Cards, 1 personal loan, 1 large student loan, RV loan, and a truck loan averaging about $95K in debt. As much as we want to pay things off, a huge life event has halted that ability for us. It’s life and things happen! We are excited about this year and what is to come. Although we are not able to pay off things quickly as we have planned, we are still saving money and living as frugal as can be.

I am excited about April! As I am writing this post, I am enjoying the amazing 75 degree weather here in Texas. The trees and flowers are blooming, and being able to work outside is a blessing on days like today. I am hopeful that I will get back on track and crush my goals for April!

Comment below, what are your goals for this month? Whether it’s for your blog, business, or lifelike physical fitness or finances! I would love to know and cheer you on!

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Travel Trailers Overview: A Guide for Beginners

Travel Trailers Overview: A Guide for Beginners

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Out of the many types of RVs including Pop Up Campers, Fifth Wheels, and Motorhomes, Travel Trailers take the lead as the most commonly purchased style of RV. They are also the cheapest way to get into RVing. So, if you are on the market then this Travel Trailer Overview will help you get started in your RVing Journey! 

First, what exactly is a travel trailer? A travel trailer, also known as a camper trailer, has the same amenities as a brick and mortar home, just on a smaller scale. They have sinks, bathrooms, beds, dining, and of course kitchens. Travel Trailers provide a much more comfortable and secure sleeping arrangement, compared to a tent.

All travel trailers both large and small require a tow vehicle that is adequate in size and always hooks to the bumper or tow hitch. This is what they call a “bumper pull”. Due to the fact that they require an SUV or Pick up truck to tow, this allows you to continue to use your vehicle while the Trailer sits during off-seasons or at the campground. If you are in a great area and need to run to the store or want to explore, you don’t have to completely unhook everything from the trailer just to pick up some milk or go hiking. Whereas in a motorhome (unless you tow a lightweight vehicle with your motorhome) you will have to unhook the entire motorhome to go anywhere.

Another great advantage of the tow vehicle is the safety features including crash protection, blind spot detection, and more. Tow vehicles also allow you to safely travel with children and their car seats, which is not usually available with motorhomes.

When did the Travel trailer first make an appearance?

Travel trailer first appeared in the 1920s. Those who enjoyed them were often called “tin-can tourists”. Throughout the decades, travel trailers became a livable option for many people, and this sparked the nickname “house trailers” by the 30s and 40s.

However, it wasn’t until the 1970s that the demand for a full hard-shell travel trailer rose to new heights. This was when the modern-day fiberglass body made its first appearance. The travel trailer industry boomed, as more North American and Canadian families enjoyed taking road trips for their vacations.

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How has travel trailers changed over the years?

The Travel Trailer industry has continued to grow. Manufacturers began to build a smaller class, called Light Weight travel trailers, that are under 3,000 lbs. and average 11 to 18 feet in length. There are also mid-size trailers usually about 18 to 25 feet in length that weigh around 5,000 lbs or more. The mid-size and lightweight trailers are easily towed with a 1/2 ton pick up truck or SUV. Both trailers have many of the same amenities as the larger trailers but tend to sleep fewer people.

Larger travel trailers generally ranging from 25-40 feet are designed for seasonal and even full-time users in mind. The weight of the larger travel trailers can range from 9,000 lbs. to 12,000 lbs. These trailers usually need a heavier tow vehicle that is built to pull the required amount of weight such as the 3/4 ton or even a 1-ton pickup truck.

The larger style travel trailers also boast more variety of options, including multiple slide outs to open the space up. They fit more people for sleeping by including pull out couches and bunkhouses.

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Who are the top manufacturers?

There are many manufacturers today that specialize in travel trailers, one of the most popular is the Airstream.

Other manufacturers include;

  • Coachman
  • Forest River Inc.
  • Palomino RV
  • Dutchman
  • Heartland
  • Jayco
  • Winnebago Industries
  • Keystone
  • Grand Design
  • And more…

Each Manufacturer has its own styles, amenities to choose from, quality of products, and much more. For us, the floorplan was the most important, then we began our search for Manufacturers that had the plan or similar plans and compared the quality.

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What are the different styles and amenities to choose from?

Here are just a few of the options for style and amenities you can choose from.

  • 1 to 3 Slides to open the spaces.
  • Outdoor Kitchen and Entertainment Areas
  • Bunkhouse for extra sleeping space for families
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Solar Ready Equipment
  • Electric Fireplace
  • Kitchen Island
  • Washer & Dryer Prep
  • Dining booths or Table with Chairs
  • Theater Seating
  • Variety of Colors and Styles/Floorplans to Choose

As you can see there are many choices to make when choosing the right Travel Trailer. When we decided on what amenities we wanted, we tried to make sure it was amenities that would make us happy and enjoy the full-time RV lifestyle.

For you, the amenities can vary depending on what you are planning to use your Travel Trailer for. If it’s just weekend camping trips, the smaller lightweight trailers are a great option! However, if you’re seasonal, or full time like us, there are larger options that work great for singles, couples, or families!

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What are the Pros and cons of a Travel Trailer?

Pros

    • Lightweight options
    • A large variety of styles, manufacturers, price, and sizes
    • Lower price compared to fifth wheels and motorhomes
    • Better Insulation than a popup camper or tent
    • Easy setups

Cons

    • Needs a tow vehicle adequate to the size of the trailer.
    • Difficult to park and back up. Takes practice.
    • Some large trailers can be too big for campgrounds
    • Depreciate in value

Quick Travel Trailers Overview

  • Travel trailers range from 8 ft to 40 ft.
  • Weight averages from less than 3,000lbs up to 10,000lbs.
  • They have the ability to sleep either 2 to 10 people.
  • Average price starting under $10K for your small lightweights and can skyrocket to $200K
  • Great to take camping and will keep you more secure than a tent.
  • Larger Travel Trailers can even be used for seasonal or full-time living.

What We Chose

Our journey to finding our Travel Trailer took almost a year of research and planning. We shopped and compared an endless amount of floorplans and amenities before we made our final decision. We also had to make sure that our Tow Vehicle was the adequate size to pull whichever trailer we chose.

After all the research we decided on the Palomino Puma 31 RLQS. Our travel trailer is about 9,000 lbs, 32ft long, and we chose the 3/4 ton Dodge Ram 2500 Diesel with a Max tow of 10,750 lbs.

For us, the floor plan was the most important. We wanted the couches/living area to be a true living space with the T.V. in front of the couches. We also loved how the three slides opened up the area for a more comfortable living.

The final and most important feature we needed was a washer and dryer prep. Surprisingly, there are not many options for Washer and Dryer preps in Travel Trailers, so with that being a number one must have, it cut our options quickly to the Palomino or Jayco. We chose Palomino, which is owned by Forest River Inc., but handle their own manufacturing and have a great price point.

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Travel trailers are great options for anyone looking to live a life of adventure while also maintaining the comforts of modern technology. As technology increases so does the RV industry.

We chose to purchase a travel trailer due to floor plan and price. They are usually cheaper than fifth wheels and many have the same amenities.

I hope this travel trailers overview helped you on your journey of searching for the perfect RV.

Whatever you fancy, there is bound to be a travel trailer out there that has it all for you.

Do you have a Travel Trailer? If so what is something you enjoy about it? Comment below! Also, don’t forget to share so others can learn more about Travel Trailers!

 

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4 Tips on Keeping Your RV Space Free From Clutter

4 Tips on Keeping Your RV Space Free From Clutter

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There is something intriguing about going tiny and living the minimalist lifestyle. Tiny living in an RV or tiny home has been on the rise for many years now. More and more people are feeling the draw towards a simple life that allows one to have more experiences and less material items.

Maybe it’s the economy or the increased ability to make an income online that drives people to live in an RV or tiny home. Everyone has their reasoning, however, going tiny means downsizing and for the majority that means getting rid of a lot of stuff.

Now, if you live in a standard brick and mortar home, it’s easy to accumulate many things without feeling cramped. However, when you go tiny you start to recognize what you can and cannot take.

One thing to note also is living tiny can cause even the smallest individual to feel cramped. Small spaces tend to get messy a lot quicker which causes the space to feel less open, uninviting and cluttered.

Many RV’s do have some nice storage options with closets, shelves, under bench storage, and under bed storage. However, even with these storage options, it is easy to fill them up quickly and have your stuff overflow into your living spaces.

So how can you keep your RV space open, inviting, and free of clutter?

1. Stay organized and give everything a ‘home’

The greatest thing to do is to create a home for everything you own. There can be many items like shoes, blankets, keys, or kitchen appliances that can be used quite a bit and left out. When items are left out, this can begin to cause the cramped and cluttered feeling.

Some of my favorite items to use are baskets. They provide dedicated spaces for assigned items while also keeping things stylish and organized. Another great option is Command Hooks for hanging keys, jackets, and bags.

For us, we actually have two designated baskets for our shoes, one for my shoes and one for my husbands. By making sure we keep our shoes in the basket it frees up the minimal floor space in our RV from shoe clutter and minimizes the amount of dirt tracked into the RV.

So, Give every item their own home! Plus, when you need something you will know exactly where it is!


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First, I want to mention an amazing book by Ashley Mann @RVInspiration called “Create Space From Thin Air“. Such a catchy title, I love it! This Ebook gives you some fantastic ideas on how you can best utilize the entire space in your RV by adding storage vertically and horizontally. You can download it here!

What do you mean Horizontal and vertical space?

Well, Horizontal spaces are the drawers, under bed storage, cabinets, and storage shelves, whereas, the vertical space can be a little challenging. Vertical storage space requires some creative thought. Some examples are hanging baskets on the walls or hanging musical instruments like a guitar, instead of it sitting on a floor stand.

So, get creative and utilize every square inch of your space and don’t forget to download “Create Space From Thin Air” by Ashley Mann @RVInspiration.

3. One thing in, One thing out.

This is a great tip to live by, especially when living the tiny life. If you decide to purchase something new like a pair of boots, or pillows it’s better to get rid of the old ones then try and store them in a small RV. You can do this by donating them if they are still in decent condition or just simply tossing them or recycling.

By following the one thing in, one thing out rule can prevent overcrowding the space, which will keep the space open, inviting, and free from clutter.

4. Keep it simple!

What do I mean ‘keep it simple’? Isn’t living in a tiny space of an RV already keeping it simple?

While living tiny is a simpler life, it is still easy to accumulate items for decor, outdoor activities, kitchen items, or more clothes and shoes.

Keep it simple is referring to multiple things. One, for example, is your wardrobe. It’s easier to have just basics that are extremely versatile.  This is also called a Capsule Wardrobe.

Another example is RV’s decor. Too many pillows or overcrowding decor on the table or walls can make space feel crowded or cramped.  RV’s are small spaces, therefore a little bit of decor can go a long way.

I hope these tips are helping! We love living tiny and do our best to utilize these 4 tips to keep our space open and inviting. It’s surprising how many people request to tour your RV, and the last thing I want is them to feel crowded or cramped while spending time in the small space.

Also, Keep in mind it can take time to designate items with there ‘home place’ as well as time to figure how you can use your vertical spaces more efficiently. If you haven’t downloaded the ebook “Create Space from Thin Air”, here is the link! (I do receive a commission if you choose to purchase through my link. Their is no additional cost to you.) It has some amazing ideas for storage in RVs.

If you’re living the tiny life I would love to know; do you have a tip on organizing or keeping your tiny space open, inviting, and free from clutter? Comment below!

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5 Amazing Benefits of Renting an RV Before you Buy

5 Amazing Benefits of Renting an RV Before you Buy

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There’s something about RVing that brings a wanderlust and adventurous spirit out in almost everyone. It has become very popular! So, we are examining why renting an RV can be very beneficial before you make the decision to buy.  Whether you are in it for the weekends and holidays or want to live Full-time like us.

For many, it’s about exploring the nature reserves, hiking trails, and unplugging from most of modern technology. Just imagine sitting by the campfire outside, roasting delicious marshmallows while relaxing and bonding with your family or friends. It’s a beautiful sight!

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However, purchasing an RV is a big investment and is considered to be a ‘luxury’ item. Also, it can be overwhelming as you begin your search. One of the first places most look is RV Trader, where they begin learning just how many different types, floor-plans, and brands there are.

That is precisely why you should consider these 5 reasons to rent an RV before buying one!

1. It can save money and time

I have heard of so many stories of RV’ers who purchase their “perfect RV” only to trade it in a year later for something either larger or smaller.

Renting an RV first could save you from stress, emotionally and financially. When you take a loss or have to go through the trade-in process, it can take a toll not only on your pocketbook but also on your state of mind. No one wants to waste money by purchasing the wrong RV that doesn’t truly fit their needs.

When you rent, you will be able to test out all the different styles and types to see what fits, before signing the dotted line.

2. Test out different floorplans and amenities

RVs come in all different styles and sizes to meet the Rv’ers needs. There are Motorhomes classified as the Class A, Class C, and Class B. Then you have your towable RVs like the Travel Trailer, Fifth Wheel, Toy Haulers and Pop-Ups.

Along with the styles of RVs, you have numerous amounts of floorplans. Some will have an extra bunkhouse for kids and guests, others will have washer/dryer prep, while others will have an outdoor kitchen and entertainment area. Each floorplan carries its own unique details that can either benefit your family or become an unused amenity.

You’ll also be able to consider the amount of space and slides you might need. We have 3 slides, two in the main living area and one in the bedroom. They make the space open and not feel cramped. By renting before buying, you will be able to really test out space and see if it will be enough room or possibly too much room for those who are really wanting to minimize.

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3. Practice driving, towing, parking, and backing up

Unless you are a seasoned driver like my father, who has been pulling 10,000 lbs. plus trailers across the country for his work, pulling a trailer can be intimidating. I (Nissa) still have not driven the truck while our 34ft Travel Trailer is towing behind. I am honestly scared because it’s our home.

Thank goodness my husband used to tour with a band and has driven an RV before. Otherwise, we would have had a lot of training ahead of us.

Renting an RV will help tremendously because it will give you the opportunity to practice towing, parking, and the dreaded backing up. Practice makes perfect, as my coaches would always say, and the same goes for towing a trailer or driving a motorhome that is slightly larger than a normal truck or car.

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4. Learn how RV’s work

Yes! Understanding how RV’s work is a learning curve. For us, the gentlemen we purchased from walked us through everything. However, there still was so much we had to research and learn about our RV.

Learning how the water system works, the heating and a/c systems, or how the slides mechanically come in and out are important. Another big one is the grey and black tanks, and knowing where you can dump. As well as, the electrical amps, where to plug in, how you can convert amps to fit your RV and more. These are just a few things that one will have to know when owning an RV.

RVing is fun but there is definitely a learning curve. Renting an RV first will allow you to go through that learning curve to see if it’s something you really want to do. Which leads me to my last point.

5. To ensure the RV life is right

Renting an RV can help you determine if living in an RV or purchasing one for weekend camping is right for you and your family.

Renting is truly the “try it before you buy it” concept. Everyone loves to try things out before fully committing, especially when something is a large purchase.

Where you can Rent

You can check out the #1 RV Rental site called Outdoorsy. They have consistently rated 5 stars with roadside assistance, customer service, and up to $1million insurance coverage for approved bookings.

With Outdoorsy, you can search for the RV that interests you. Search by keywords, prices, vehicle type, amenities, kitchen necessities, entertainment desires, rules like Pet-friendly, and overall rating. You can check out and rent your RV by using this link “Outdoorsy”. (If you do choose to rent through my link, I will receive a commission that is no cost to you.)


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I really hope this helps you consider why renting an RV is a great way to figure out what RV you want, and whether the RV life is right for you. It can help you save money, learn about RVing and so much more!

Did you rent before you purchased your RV? Comment below! We would love to hear how it has benefited your decision!

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