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Three Big RV Living Lessons You’ll Learn For Yourself

When you’ve been out there, once you have an insider view of living on the road, things look a lot different. Not all good, not all bad and definitely not at all what you expected. You’ll have a more balanced … Continue reading

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Your RV Neighbors Are Getting Younger

Make some room, fellow old people, the kids are coming over. Not your kids and not mine, but a whole generation trying to find relief from sky high rents and insane home prices. And, oh yeah, they also like to … Continue reading

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5th Wheel or Travel Trailer – Maybe Time For Another Look

I just realized recently that a lot of my personal objections to 5th wheels are based on weight. A 10,000 pound fiver is a load to tow and a chore to set up. I can attest to that from personal … Continue reading

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How campgrounds like Port Canaveral’s Jetty Park discriminate against older campers

One thing that I never once considered when planning my camper build is we might be turned away because we did the interior finish ourselves. I was also stunned because, during all our years on the road, I had never … Continue reading

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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

As the camper build progresses I’ve run into some interesting problems. I’ve gotten past the angst of cutting holes in either the floor or aluminum. What I haven’t done, and won’t do, is cut a hole in my one-piece aluminum … Continue reading

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Five Hard Lessons From Hurricane Irma

South Florida is still a mess. We were without power for five days and were among the lucky ones to get it back that soon. Many areas in the Keys were simply destroyed, the storm covered the entire state and … Continue reading

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RV Industry’s Big Year Rolls On

America is going camping and the latest reports confirm the trend I wrote about in an earlier story. Winnebago and Thor both posted record earnings in their latest quarters with sales up over 20%. Overall, the RV industry is crushing … Continue reading

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RV Sales Set Record – Young People Buying

The number one RV builder in America is Thor Industries and, by almost every measure, they’re having a banner year. Thor posted record sales so far for 2016 and the year’s not over yet. What’s also clear from the numbers … 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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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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