Tag Archives: fulltiming

The Cargo Trailer Conversion Begins

I’m getting started on our cargo trailer conversion. The trailer won’t be here for another six weeks, which makes this the perfect time to start the conversion. The factory is doing some of it, we’ll be doing most of it. … Continue reading

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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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Mobility Key To An Endless Summer

One of the absolutely best perks of living in an RV, camper or vandwelling is being able to go where the weather is awesome. Imagine an entire year of perfect weather. If it does get stormy or dangerous, you can … Continue reading

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Five Indispensable Outdoor Cooking Tools

My House Has Wheels is about RV living but it’s also about small space living. One of the big changes that will be universal to any small space transition will be outdoor cooking. This is a great time of year … Continue reading

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Five Steps Toward Your RV Living Adventure

My House Has Wheels was intended as guide to compare RV living to more traditional housing options and how to get ready for the transition. I’m not going to cover all the details here but your transition to RV living … Continue reading

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Getting Your Outdoor Cooking Kit Together

Whether you live in a van, small camper or even a Class A diesel pusher, one thing you’ll all have in common is is a desire to do most of your cooking outdoors. Even the biggest Class As are only … Continue reading

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Could You Live In a Prius?

I’ll freely admit that one of the mistakes we made on our RV journey was getting a camper that was too big and too heavy. Our 5th wheel weighed 10,500 pounds empty which is a lot of weight. Even at … Continue reading

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Your Winter Strategy For RV Living

Winter is a tough time up north yet it’s the perfect time to start plotting your transition to RV living. The advantage you have in the winter is that RV dealers are slow this time of year and you’ll have … Continue reading

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Taking a Break For a While

Since most of my regular readers are also friends, then you know that My House Has Wheels is only one of many writing projects. In the next couple weeks I’ll be starting a new job that will see me unavailable … Continue reading

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RV Living – Determining Your Comfort Level

RV living shares one commonality with living in a house and that is there is a wide variety of comfort levels you can choose. You can rough it in a space as small as a converted van or you can … Continue reading

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