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Five Crazy Awesome Gadgets For RV Living

One of my consistent criticisms of RV manufacturers is that they seem constrained by what they know. Changes are evolutionary, revolutions are rare. We get stuck with rubber roofs that leak, cheap carpeting, brown furniture and campers that are way … Continue reading

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Are Class C RVs The Worst of Both Worlds?

First, let me say that people live in anything with wheels, including a small but determined group who live in their Toyota Prius. So, yeah, there are people living in Class C campers but I’m going to outline my reasons … Continue reading

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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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The Five Best Things About RV Living

Last week we talked about things that you might not like as well about RV living so, this week, I thought maybe you should get the flip side of positive aspects to living full time in your camper or RV. … Continue reading

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Why RV Living Crushes Traditional Housing

Traditional housing hasn’t always been a bad deal. Way back in the day your mortgage likely came from the local bank, which was a community institution. You and the bank carrying your mortgage had a relationship. That concept seems so … Continue reading

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The Average American Spends $17,000 a Year On Housing

Based on 2013 numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American spends more than $17,000 a year on housing. Paying for the roof over their head is the biggest single expense Americans face. That $17,000 a year figure … Continue reading

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Top Regret Of The Dying Is Working Too Much

by Chris Poindexter In the book I never talked much about my personal history or why I started looking for alternatives to traditional housing, a search that would eventually land us as full time RV dwellers. My disenfranchisement with traditional … Continue reading

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RV Living To Find a Better House

What originally got me into RV living wasn’t the desire for a mobile lifestyle, that was just a bonus. In truth I stumbled across RV living when searching for better housing options. Believe me, I investigated all of them. Every … Continue reading

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Our Housing Options Stink

by Chris Poindexter There’s no polite way to say this, so I’m just going to throw it out there: Our housing options in this country stink. The options we have are either really expensive or really poorly made and there’s … Continue reading

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