Tag Archives: RV fulltiming

How Long Will You Travel?

How long do you think you’ll stay on the road? Now that we’re rounding the far turn on summer, some of you are already starting to wonder. Your travel time frame might be somewhat different than what you thought at … Continue reading

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Avoiding RV Accidents

Experience is a harsh teacher, especially when it comes to mobile living. Imagine taking a small cabin, putting it on a shaker table and run it at full blast for two days. A traditional home would be destroyed. Yet your … Continue reading

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Ownership RV Parks – Buying Your Campsite

Imagine if you will a world that’s the best possible combination of an RV space and a house. Imagine also that this fantasy living space is affordable, with even the most extravagant examples selling for under $150,000. You can park … Continue reading

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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

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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

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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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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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Going Smaller Gets Easier

A lot of full-timers are going smaller these days, even going so far as to try living in a van. To me that’s a bridge too far but there are some really trick small campers coming out that make full-timing … 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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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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