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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


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Is this the perfect RV for full-time living?
Is this the perfect RV for full-time living? This is probably not the ideal RV for full-time RVing, at least, not as your first RV. This motorhome was parked near me at a recent bluegrass rally. It's not an antique. It's almost new. It was built from scratch to look old. Most people who are thinking about living full time in an RV go through a fair amount of stress trying to find the right RV for their full-time lifestyle. Save yourself a lot of hassle and realize that regardless of how much effort you put into your search, the first RV you buy is not going to be the right one for you--unless you're very lucky. Here are my thoughts to help you get lucky--at selecting an RV, that is. . . . keep reading
My Latest Book
My Latest Book

Maybe you haven't noticed but my latest book has been added to the list of my RVing books shown on the right side of the Home page of this website. While I'm telling you about my latest book, let me tell you a little about selling books on Amazon. You may notice that the price of the eBook version of this book is only $2.99. My other eBooks are priced at $3.99. There's a reason for this. This book is more of a book that someone would read for enjoyment like they would a novel. Tests have shown that "How-to" books sell just as well at $3.99 as they do at $2.99, but entertainment type eBooks (such as novels) sell a lot better at $2.99. . . . keep reading

How Long Will an RV Last?
How Long Will an RV Last? Asking how long an RV will last is like asking how long a house will last. The last time I saw George Washington's house and Thomas Edison's house, they both looked to be in excellent condition. By-the-way, if you want to see William Shakespear's boyhood home where he lived in the 1500's, it's still in great condition. Thomas Edison had a motorhome. I wonder if it's in a museum somewhere? If it is, I bet it's in excellent condition. . . . keep reading
Does your RV have Character?
Does your RV have Character? Your RV is one of the family. It needs a name. Your RV should be like your dog--something you love dearly and would never think of getting rid of. Well, not exactly. It's OK to sell your RV and get a different one that you like better. You probably wouldn't want to sell your Doberman just because you found a Poodle that you like better. But it's OK to sell your Class C RV if you decide you like an Airstream better. Think of your RV the same way you would your dog. After all, RVs are unique and they have character. . . . keep reading
How Big of an RV do You Really Need?
How Big of an RV do You Really Need? All of our lives we've wanted bigger, fancier, and better things. It's easy for that habit to carry over into how we go about selecting an RV. I selected a 34-foot Class A motorhome which is way bigger than I need for just me. I don't even have a dog, so I for sure don't need an RV this big. How big of an RV do you really need? . . . keep reading
Traveling Through Small Towns
Traveling Through Small Towns Getting off of the interstates and traveling through small towns is one of my favorite parts living the RVing lifestyle. This picture shows downtown Black Mountain, NC (population 6,000). The local funeral home throws a party every 4th of July complete with free BBQ and live music. They have done this for 10 years in a row. Here's what they do if they have a body on the 4th. . . . keep reading
How to Watch TV in the Boondocks
How to Watch TV in the Boondocks If you're addicted to watching television, but you like to camp in the boondocks (and don't want to spend megabucks for a satellite system), you may be in for some big disappoints as an RVer. Here's a simple two-step process that will allow you to watch all of the TV you want . . . keep reading
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