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RV Life is all About Freedom and Stress-free Living
Did you ever see an RV parked in front of a psychiatrist's office? . . . keep reading

What is it like living full-time in an RV
In a nutshell it's a life of freedom, fun, and sometimes some hassles. . . . keep reading

Can I afford the RV lifestyle?
Living the RV lifestyle is less expensive than living in a conventnional 'stick and brick' home, so yes, you can afford it. Here's how . . . keep reading

How Much Will a Functional and Dependable RV Cost Me?
The first thing everyone wants to know when considering whether to live the RV lifestyle or not, is how much will it cost? The real answer is that it's within your budget. Let's look at the numbers . . . keep reading


Latest Articles

What Should You Do If You Have a Tire Blowout While Driving Your RV?
Having a tire blow out while driving an RV can turn into a major disaster. You could end up rolling your RV over, totaling it, and you and your family might survive and you might not. Some people live through these accidents and some don't. Knowing what to do could save your life. So what is the first thing you should you do if you have a tire blowout while driving your RV? Hitting the brakes is the worst thing you can do. . . . keep reading
Senior Pass deadline is Oct. 1st
Senior Pass deadline is Oct. 1st There's good news if you have procrastinated and haven't ordered your National Parks Senior Pass yet. You can get a lifetime Senior Pass for $10, but back in Dec. 2016 a bill was passed raising the price to $80, but there was no announced effective date. But now there is an official date for the price increase. It's October 1st, 2017. . . . keep reading
Check things a few days before you're ready to leave
We all know that it's a good idea to check things on your RV a few days before you're going to hit the road, but we don't always do it. When you're ready to pull out of the campground or your driveway, and you start checking things--tire pressure, brake lights and turn signals on your toad, etc., what if something is not exactly right? . . . keep reading
If You Can't Laugh at Yourself, Let Me Know and I'll Laugh at You
To really enjoy RVing, you have to find ways to eliminate as much stress as possible. One of the best things you can do to help eliminate stress is to adjust your attitude. There are going to be things that will go wrong when you're RVing. Here are some examples. . . . keep reading
Now Hiring (must have a clue)
I walked into a restaurant recently and the first thing I saw as I came in was a sign that said, Now Hiring (must Have a clue). My first thought was, I bet they do have a lot of people applying for a job who don't have a clue. My second thought was something along the lines of maybe that sign would apply to a lot of things in life. It's particularly true when it comes to RVing. Here are some examples: . . . keep reading
Attitude Is the Key to Enjoying the RVing Adventure
Attitude Is the Key to Enjoying the RVing Adventure When I think about attitude, I think about the story of Tom Sawyer whitewashing the fence. Whether it's a dreaded chore or a fun thing to do all depends on the attitude of the person doing it. We don't have a lot of control over what happens in life (some, of course, but not much). We do have a lot of control over how we react to what happens to us. With practice, maybe we can have even more control over how we react. Your attitude toward maintenance is an example of this concept. Let me explain . . . keep reading
Your RV Needs a Name
Your RV Needs a Name One of the best ways to make your RV one of the family is to name it. You wouldn't think of getting a dog and then not giving it a name. Look at your RV like a partner. You and your RV are going to tackle the world. If you're having trouble coming up with a name, here are some ideas. . . . keep reading
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