Not understanding what was involved in setting up camp, or breaking down camp intimidated me when we purchased our first RV. We wrote about breaking down camp back in March. We figured it was about time we helped you get set up as well. … Continue reading →
I had a very funny conversation with full-time RVers, Marilyn and Tony, this week. Marilyn was explaining that their daughter had expressed concern that she and Tony didn’t check in often enough. “What’s your curfew?”, I quipped.
We met a couple, this winter, that have been living full-time in their 25′ Unity Leisure Travel Van for over two years. No sticks and bricks home to fall back into. 2 adults living in under 170 square feet. … Continue reading →
As summer approaches more and more people will be looking to purchase a recreational vehicle. Whether it be a pop-up or a luxurious Class A, we all want to feel like we got a deal. And with that in mind, many will look to CraigsList to find a bargain. … Continue reading →
Tomorrow, April 15th, may be your least favorite day of the year. But if you have purchased a recreational vehicle, it may provide you additional deductions. So if you still have not filed, take a few minutes to consider the following. … Continue reading →
We got some nice comments about our story on renting a camper van. We also got a question asking if there were companies offering smaller options outside of the NW. The question caused me to think about another option for RV renters or owners, specifically Peer to Peer RV Rental Programs. … Continue reading →