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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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Full Time RV Life With Kids

In the interest of full disclosure, my wife and I don’t have kids. So, when I write about full timing with kids I’m doing so from the perspective of someone who camped next to other full timers who did have … Continue reading

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Mobility Rules In The Modern World

We’ve talked about many aspects of RV living, both positive and negative but one of the best reasons to go mobile frequently gets overlooked. In the modern economy mobility is a tactical advantage. To be sure mobility has always been … Continue reading

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Positioning Your Life For An RV Move

One of the reasons we had such a successful experience living in our 5th wheel camper was that I did a lot of research before we set out. I also had our lives positioned for maximum mobility before we even … Continue reading

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Exploding Rents Are Killing American Budgets

Escalating rents are killing the budgets of more and more Americans. It wasn’t long ago that renting was an escape from escalating home prices. Today housing costs, for renters and home buyers, are exploding at multiples of inflation. It doesn’t … Continue reading

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Five Rookie Full Time RVer Mistakes

When you’re a full timer at an RV park, you become one of the park insiders. That’s inevitable in some ways. You walk your dogs on the same paths, swim in the same pool and eat at the same potlucks. … Continue reading

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Van Dwellers – The Ultimate In Small Space Living

Another aspect of RV living that I don’t spend a lot of time on but a lot of people have questions about is living in a van as opposed to an RV. I need to clarify terms here because Class … Continue reading

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Odds And Ends You’ll Need To Plan For On The Road

No matter how much reading you do, how much preparation, there will still be odd gotchas living on the road. These are things that you don’t think of until you’re at a state park in New Mexico and it’s 25 … Continue reading

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Cutting The Cord On The Box

RVers come in a lot of different flavors, not all of them full time. Some people try to hang on to their homes, with varying degrees of success. Maybe they spend winters somewhere warm and then come back home in … Continue reading

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Five Things I Wish I Knew Before We Went Full Time

In hindsight things are always so clear. When we set off on our road adventure I was fairly certain I had researched it pretty well. My wife and I were also RV weekend campers, so when we set out it … Continue reading

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