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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

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
RVing is a Different World
To fully enjoy the RVing lifestyle, you have to change the way you think about a few things--not many, but a few. Here's one example. Every time you feel yourself being pulled into other people's nonsense, remember the Polish Proverb, "Not my circus, not my monkeys."Here are some other things you might want to consider changing . . . keep reading
New Floors and two days on the Road
New Floors and two days on the Road For some people being on the road is the happiest part of the RV lifestyle. For others, that's the one part about RVing that they don't like. I like all parts of RVing. I like days on the road, and I like time spent in the campgrounds or boondocking. Sitting there looking through an eight-foot wide and four-foot high windshield looking at the world as I go down the road is a great feeling. Two days ago I arrived in Cedar Key, FL after driving for two days from the NC mountains. I spent the night near Savannah, GA in a Walmart parking lot. . . . keep reading
Two things you need to start RVing
Two things you need to start RVing There are two things that are keeping most people from living the full-time RVing life. The good news is that both of these things are available on Amazon for less than $20 total. They even come with free shipping. . . . keep reading
Hiking is one of the best forms of exercise and entertainment
Hiking is one of the best forms of exercise and entertainment One of my favorite things to do is to go hiking--especially hiking to waterfalls. In every part of the country, there are interesting hiking trails. You can hike to lakes, rivers, rock formations, breathtaking views, beautiful forests, take a walk on the beach, and of course, hike to waterfalls. The best part is just getting away from everything and being out in nature. . . . keep reading
She paid more for her fiddle than for her house
One of the things I like about living the RVing lifestyle is getting to listen to local musicians play the local music of the area. There's Texas swing music played in the Bob Wells style, Cajun music (mainly in Louisiana), bluegrass (played almost everywhere), there's jazz in New Orleans, blues in Memphis, and the list goes on and on. My favorite is old-time mountain music played mostly in the Southern Appalachians mountains. That's why . . . keep reading
If you want smooth RVing, you have to oil things
If you want smooth RVing, you have to oil things There is an old adage that says that if it moves and it's not supposed to you put Duct Tape on it and if it is supposed to move and it doesn't, you put WD-40 on it. To prevent the need for the WD-40, spray silicon lubricant on everything that moves, at least once a month. Here are some things that are easy to forget when it comes to lubricating them. . . . keep reading
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