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BELLEVUE, Iowa (AP) — Candy Sinar opened the door of her family’s recreational vehicle and stepped inside. Her gaze lingered on the compact kitchen area with its restaurant-style booth. Wooden signs bearing Bible verses and uplifting quotes adorned the walls, and colorful magnets from various U.S. cities covered the refrigerator. “For six and a half years, this was home,” she said. “It was very cozy,” added her husband, Paul, with a grin. Since 2015, the couple and their two children — Emily, now 17, and Tyler, 13 — have lived on the road in their 420-square-foot RV. Originally from Texas, they traversed the country’s highways for years but finally are settling down in a small house in Bellevue after falling in love with the river town. The Dubuque Telegraph Herald reports Paul and Candy had envisioned full-time RV living as a retirement plan. But after leaving their jobs in Christian ministry and launching a business, the couple decided the time was right to give it a go. “We love an adventure, and we love to learn new things,” Candy said. They researched other families who had been successful in the mobile life, then sold their house and bought a 42-foot RV. The kids’ bunk room would double as Paul’s office for the mobile media production and marketing business, with the “master bedroom” and bathroom at the front of the rig. On July 17, 2015 — a date the family now calls their “nomadiversary” — the foursome and their black […]