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The “Temps” – RV Living Temporarily

One aspect to RV living that came as a surprise were the numbers of people who adopted the lifestyle knowing that it was only a temporary change. A temporary jump to RV living is perfectly okay in my book. People … Continue reading

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More Thoughts On Tow Vechicles

Shopping for a new truck made me realize the bewildering array of decisions one has to make when choosing a tow vehicle. The old shorthand way of classifying trucks as quarter-ton, half-ton and full-ton means absolutely nothing to modern trucks … Continue reading

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Five Big Negatives About Life On The Road

In the age of Instagram and Facebook we live in an age where we’re all guilty of a certain amount of what real estate agents call puffing. That is making our lives look more attractive and appealing than they really … Continue reading

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Class As – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

When most people say “RV” what they’re picturing is most likely a Class A coach type RV or a Class B, which is just basically a downscaled Class A on a light truck chassis. Most people are picturing a vehicle … Continue reading

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Living In a Camper With No Tow Vehicle

It sounds bizarre, doesn’t it? Live in a camper but don’t own a tow vehicle. What if I told you that a lot of people do exactly that? They have someone deliver their camper, usually a park model, and even … Continue reading

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Positioning Your Life For An RV Move

One of the reasons we had such a successful experience living in our 5th wheel camper was that I did a lot of research before we set out. I also had our lives positioned for maximum mobility before we even … Continue reading

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Stupid Sh*t We Saw On The Road

I don’t usually step into the coarser neighborhood of language on the public blog but sometimes there’s no other way to say it. When we were traveling, we saw a lot of stupid and some of it was eye opening. … Continue reading

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Working On The Road

One of the main points of My House Has Wheels, the one thing you should walk away with if nothing else, is that mobility is a tactical advantage. Ooops, hope I didn’t ruin the ending for anyone. That tactical advantage … Continue reading

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The Financial Basics Of RV Living

If you’ve ever seen reruns of 1950s era sitcoms, they look funny by today’s standards. Dad worked, mom stayed home and everybody smoked. Back in those days you could enjoy a middle class lifestyle on one income. That gave way … Continue reading

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How To Sabotage Your Mobile Life Before You Even Leave

Last week several of our readers, many of them full timers themselves, correctly identified the cover photo as Seasons In The Sun in Titusville, FL. We spent a great year there and miss all you guys. We made a lot … Continue reading

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