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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

Quit Your Job and Live in a RV
Quit Your Job and Live in a RV Santa Clause knows if you've been naughty or nice, but he may not know much about what topics you're interested in. But believe me, Amazon knows what you're interested in. If you've ever bought anything from Amazon, they have your name and email address on one or more of their lists. That's not all bad. Here's why . . . keep reading
When you're RVing things break
When you're RVing things break When you're on the road in your RV, there's always a good chance that something will break. I'm lucky that after more than five years on the road I've never had a breakdown on the road. I can't say the same for a lot of my friends. Here are some examples: . . . keep reading
You're never too old to hike to a waterfall
You're never too old to hike to a waterfall We all need exercise. Some people say that exercise is boring (and if you're on a treadmill, maybe so). I don't like treadmills. If I'm going to be walking or running, I want to be going somewhere and seeing things. Here are some of the fun ways I get exercise. By the way, if you think exercise is boring, try a nursing home. It's something to think about . . . keep reading
How to get your favorite gadgets for free
How to get your favorite gadgets for free I'm sure you have some gadgets you've been wanting to add to your RV. The problem is that I bet some of the gadgets you've been wanting are expensive. Wouldn't it be nice if there were a way you could own the gadgets you really want with absolutely no impact on your monthly budget? Here's how to make it happen . . . keep reading
The 10 favorite things I've added to my RV
The 10 favorite things I've added to my RV About the only thing that limits what you can add to your RV is your budget. I've made modifications and added several things to my motorhome in the five+ years I've been on the road. Some of them have been expensive and some have been dirt cheap. Here are some things you might want to put on your Christmas or birthday wish list. . . . keep reading
Driving and waterfalls in the mountains
Driving and waterfalls in the mountains If you've followed my articles for very long, you know that I like mountains and waterfalls. And best of all, I like hiking to waterfalls. The picture here shows Crabtree Falls in NC. There is also a Crabtree Falls in VA. There is boondock camping next to where the hiking trail starts and you can get Class-A motorhomes there if you take the Blueridge Parkway. It's a one-mile hike to get to the falls and a two-mile hike to get back. My thoughts were, "How can that be?" Keep reading to find out how and why. . . . keep reading
Interesting places
Interesting places I spent last week in Charleston, SC working with some hotels and restaurants. The hotel I was working with gave me a free room for the week, so I didn't take my motorhome. But they were booked up for the weekend, so I didn't get a free room for Friday night. I love staying in hostels, so I found a hostel in downtown Charleston for $28 for Friday night and booked that. The name of the hostel was "NotSo." In other words, the place was called, the Charleston NoSo Hostel. . . . keep reading
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