Tag Archives: RV living

We’re Not Homeless!!!

We’re not homeless!!! I remember having that thought distinctly when talking to a clerk at the DMV when we were trying to register our vehicles in Florida. In fairness the clerk was only trying to determine if we needed any … Continue reading

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Three Big RV Living Lessons You’ll Learn For Yourself

When you’ve been out there, once you have an insider view of living on the road, things look a lot different. Not all good, not all bad and definitely not at all what you expected. You’ll have a more balanced … Continue reading

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Why You Need a Weight Distribution Hitch

I’m going to take a risk here and sound a little formal and stilted with a recommendation. If you pull a travel trailer, you need a weight distribution hitch. Yeah, they’re expensive, sometimes difficult to install, and they’re heavy. And … Continue reading

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Seven Things You Need When Picking Up Your Camper

Our new camper is working out well and I remembered most of the gadgets you need on day one with a new RV. Every manufacturer is different about what they include with your camper. Some will include a septic line, … Continue reading

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It’s Getting Crowded Out There

Camping and RV living has changed quite a bit since my wife and I were living the mobile lifestyle. RV manufacturers have been blowing out sales numbers for the last three years. As a result, there are more RVs than … Continue reading

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My Two New Favorite Camp Cooking Appliances

When it comes to technology, I am not an early adopter. It took me a long time to get a cell phone, an even longer time to get one with a camera. I buy used laptops, at least a generation … 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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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

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Thinking Outside The Box

The camper build has commenced. No, the cargo trailer shell hasn’t arrived yet, but our house is starting to look like a camp store. The portable toilet, refrigerator, toilet chemical, and leveling jacks are out on the porch. The A/C … Continue reading

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We Found Our Camper Couch (and it’s not brown)

We found our camper couch at Costco and it’s not brown. While various shades of white and vanilla are not unusual in high end coaches, it seems like all the furniture in the low end of the camper spectrum is … Continue reading

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