Has it always been your dream to RV full time or RV extensively, but are you waiting for retirement? Are you waiting for your kids to finish school? Do you want to RV now, but are afraid of what others will think? Is RVing your dream, but you don’t know how to afford it? All of these questions and doubts are completely understandable to have, but I’m going to tell you why you should RV NOW and leave all these doubts behind…
Boondocking Newbies! Are you ready to cut the RV Park Cord? Do you want to let family know that you’ve Gone Boondocking so they can look at you even weirder!?! Well you can, and can learn from our first two weeks of bumbling around the gorgeous wilds of Florida! Here are 5 quick tips we’ll discuss:
I am a positive person, always looking on the bright side. We have been RV living for 18 months and it has been amazing. It really has, but there are some things that I HATE about it.
Why am sharing these things with you? I want you to be prepared if you are researching RV living or want you to know that you are not alone if you are already on the road and hating some aspects of it.
In any event, I feel it is important to be transparent about RV living and that includes sharing what I hate about it. The kids and Robert probably have their own list of things that they hate too. So, here goes…
Free Checklist: 48 Things to Do Before Breaking Camp
This 6-page checklist will help you break camp. You can download it to your phone and always have it handy…and if you have adobe on your phone, you can check it off right from your phone. It even has some extra places where you can add your own items.