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Episode 121 | Chris & Cherie from Technomadia and the Mobile Internet Resource Center

This week, Cherie Ve Ard and Chris Dunphy, together known as Technomadia, share their journey from living in a small trailer to the bus conversion, class b, and boat that they travel in today. Along the way, they started the Mobile Internet Resource Center, and they’ll share their thoughts on the future of mobile internet connections, while giving us a preview of their new TV Show “The RVers” on the Discovery Channel.

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We kicked off this episode with a discussion of the Jellystone camp-resort outside of Mammoth Cave National Park, which has been recently showered with awards. Is it the best RV park in the country?

Our interview guests this week were Chris Dunphy and Cherie Ve Ard of the blog and Youtube channel Technomadia, and the Mobile Internet Resource Center. Chris and Cherie have been blogging about full-time RV life longer than most everyone else. They’re the country’s foremost experts on mobile internet for consumers like us. We talked about their journey from a small travel trailer to the 3-vehicle fleet they travel in today. We then envisioned the future of mobile internet, from satellite to 5G and beyond.

You can find Chris and Cherie at Technomadia.com, and you can learn about mobile internet from their Mobile Internet Resource Center at rvmobileinternet.com.


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