Evolution of a Full-time RVing Lifestyle

Our full-time RVing philosophy has always been that less is more, and a smaller RV is just more fun for us. Our little Arctic Fox 245N was very good to us from the day we set out on this permanent road trip. It met all of our needs as two people and a dog in search of our next big thing.

Utah boondocking in our tiny RV.

But over the last seven years our nomadic lifestyle needs have changed. We’ve found that instead of one “next big thing” we’re enjoying several, all of which have begun to occupy more physical space in our rig. From my jewelry making business to handling some product inventory for Tripawds, our income generation methods take up more room now than in our early days on the road.

Kitchen table jewelry making.

Earlier this year when our RV window shattered and months later we still couldn’t get a dealer or a window manufacturer to ship us the correct replacement, that was all we needed to know that it was time to make the move to another rig.

Thus began the search for a rig of our dreams, and the long, ugly clean-up of our existing one . . .

Removing lettering from our Arctic Fox fifth wheel.

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