Tag Archives: mobile living

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

Posted in articles | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off on How campgrounds like Port Canaveral’s Jetty Park discriminate against older campers

Four Awesome Things About Mobile Living

The work continues on our cargo trailer to camper conversion and it’s going well. Now that we’re a couple weeks of chasing water leaks away from actually going camping again, I started remembering why mobile living is such a luxury. … Continue reading

Posted in articles | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on Four Awesome Things About Mobile Living

The Cargo Trailer Conversion Begins

Our cargo trailer finally arrived and the conversion to a camper is underway. In case you don’t keep up with the blog, we bought an all-aluminum cargo trailer and are converting it into a camper. So far the conversion is … Continue reading

Posted in articles | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on The Cargo Trailer Conversion Begins

Getting Ready For The Road

Mobile living demands sacrifice and that sacrifice is all the junk you’ve accumulated for years. Surprisingly, this will be one of the hardest parts of your mobile experience and the one for which you are least prepared. Everyone underestimates the … Continue reading

Posted in articles | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off on Getting Ready For The Road

Planning Your Mobile Lifestyle

Mobile living is easy but that doesn’t mean the decision process is simple. There are a myriad of decisions that go into choosing your path when it comes to living on the road. Each one of those decision points can … Continue reading

Posted in articles | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off on Planning Your Mobile Lifestyle

The RV Business Is Booming

The RV business is booming right now and that is due to a confluence of economic and technological factors. I would argue that runaway housing costs are still the biggest factor pushing people into van, RV and tiny house living. … Continue reading

Posted in articles | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on The RV Business Is Booming

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

Posted in articles | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Five Crazy Awesome Gadgets For RV Living

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

Posted in articles | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off on Are Class C RVs The Worst of Both Worlds?

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

Posted in articles | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on Mobility Key To An Endless Summer

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

Posted in articles | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Five Indispensable Outdoor Cooking Tools