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When RV Living Goes Bad

Most of the time RV living is a blast and, for the most part, we’ve spent the majority of the time on the positive aspects. That’s completely fair because, the majority of the time, RV living is not only low-cost … Continue reading

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What Vandwellers Are Giving Up

One of the early criticisms about My House Has Wheels is that I didn’t spend enough time on van living and free camping. Over the years I’ve stayed in contact with the vandwelling community and, though I can understand the … Continue reading

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What Drives You?

What drives your desire for RV living? It’s an interesting question and there are no simple answers. For me the quest began in a search for alternatives to traditional housing. That’s why I spend time comparing RV living to other … 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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Your Local Vehicle Strategy

When you’re considering RV living your big choice will be the type of camper you’ll be living in. Your choices are travel trailer, 5th wheel or some type of motorized camper like a Class A or Class C motorhome. With … 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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Staying Out Of The Housing Trap

Consistently the single largest expense in household budgets is housing. A house payment and now rent have ballooned to take up nearly 40% of your combined income. And still people line up, like lambs to the slaughter, to buy a … Continue reading

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Bus Renovation Done Right

If you ever thought about doing your own conversion, here’s a story of a Silicon Valley couple who decided to give it go. They converted an old school bus into an RV and did an amazing. Honestly, I got tired … Continue reading

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The Evolution Of My RV Thinking

Advice is a dangerous gift between friends and, since I’m friends with a lot of my regular readers, I want to approach this topic very carefully. First, keep firmly in mind that what you’re reading here are MY thoughts on … Continue reading

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Some Interesting Camper Concepts

While U.S. manufacturers are seemingly stuck in a rut when it comes to camper design and materials, it’s not because there aren’t really awesome concepts out there. Sealander Sealander is part camper, part boat. Truthfully, it doesn’t seem to do … Continue reading

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