As we travel, we look for communities with homes with RV garages. We first came upon the RV Port Home concept last winter during our trip to Arizona. Though we liked the design of the homes at Superstition Views at Canyon Vistas, we wanted a site built home. It turns out we found a few alternatives within 10 miles of The Villages. … Continue reading →
Last week Jay and Mary Lou shared why they chose a camper van for their RV lifestyle. Today they explain what they did and how they did most of the work themselves. … Continue reading →
Today a guest post about why van conversion, was chosen by Jay Readinger and Mary Lou Gallup to fulfill their RV dreams. We ran into Jay and Mary Lou while camping in Hiawassee earlier this year. I was fascinated by their story and asked them to share it with you here. … Continue reading →
I have been thinking about the next generation of RVs. Influenced by the growing number of millennial campers, and technological advances, permit me to describe my dream RV. … Continue reading →
We live in Florida, so don’t worry about winterizing our RV, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t other routine RV maintenance to be done. Fortunately, most of it, even I can do.
RVPicklers come in all shapes and sizes. We’ve met large 5th wheels pulled by a semi cab, 40′ Class A’s, home-made camper vans, and now a Prius camper. Be on the lookout for Diane Reynolds and Gail Brown whose hybrid RV just may be parked next to a pickleball court in your town.