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RV Living And Space Tech Are About To Collide – It’s Going To Be Awesome

It’s not often that RV living and space technology intersect but SpaceX is quietly working on a project, called Starlink, that will be a game changer for RV full timers and off-grid living in general. Historically, one of the big … Continue reading

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Cooking On The Road

This is going to sound crazy, but I’m going to make the case that you should not use your camper or RV stove and oven. Crazy, right? Your camper comes with a stove and an oven, why not use them? … Continue reading

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Gardening On The Road – Yeah, You Can Do that

One of the things I missed on the road was having a garden. Not that I’m much of a gardener. The only things I’ve produced with any consistency are cherry tomatoes and insect pests. Still, it’s fun to try. RV … Continue reading

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It’s Getting Crowded Out There

Full timing in your camper used to be a lot easier. People who lived in campers were a tiny fringe and the rest of the world paid little attention to them. Today, though, it’s a lot tougher out there. More … Continue reading

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Why You’ll Probably Downsize Someday

When you’re researching your transition to mobile living, there’s a tendency to lock yourself into a relatively narrow set of options. It happened to my wife and I when we were picking out our first camper. When you’re going from … Continue reading

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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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Five Things Every First Time RVer Wished They’d Known

Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone makes mistakes when planning their transition to the RV lifestyle. There is just too much misinformation out there and, like many things in life, there is more than one right answer. What works for my wife … Continue reading

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Forget Small, Let’s Live Mobile Large

Most of the articles at My House Has Wheels have been about downsizing. After living for years in a large, heavy camper, my tastes now run to smaller, lighter, less complicated campers and RVs. I also tend to be a … 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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The Downside of a Rootless Existence

For those of you who don’t know our RV nomadic history, Sandy and I have been living in a mobile home the last few years. We were called away from our RV existence when my aunt passed away and we … Continue reading

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