Thoughts about going full-time RVing without owning a home or property, just the possessions in our Arctic Fox fifth wheel trailer.
Full-time RVing tips for full-timers living on the road in an RV
Downsizing and decluttering feels so different now versus the first time we ditched stuff to go full-time RVing.
Our road trip teaches us how California’s crowded RV parks reflect bigger problems with the housing market, jobs and the U.S. economy.
Ever wonder how you’ll make friends on the road? Here’s our story about finding and keeping old and new full-time RVing friends during a decade of the nomadic life.
If you’ve endured a RV sewer hose explosion it’s probably not your fault, based on the junky Camco RV products we’ve bought at WalMart.
Love birdwatching? Make your own DIY hummingbird feeder for RVers and tiny house dwellers with an (almost-free) spice bottle, wire, sugar and water.
Our Coach-Net plan reviews shows how you can survive the downside of full-time RVing by living debt-free, paying for good RV insurance and maintaining an excellent roadside emergency plan.
If you’re a full-time RVer or just plan to be one, the Roadside America iPad app is a must-have technology accessory for your roadtripping adventure.
When Jim and first made plans to go fulltime RVing in 2006, we almost bought a Volkswagen EuroVan instead of the fifth wheel. Our recent vandwelling road trip was a good way to see if we could have survived road tripping in a van. You probably know the answer. From Colorado to Virginia and back, […]
Wondering how to pay for the full-time RVing lifestyle while staying out of debt and following our version of happiness.