Category Archives: Full Time RV Living

Replacing Our Exterior Slide Seal

Replacing Our Exterior Slide Seal

The top slide seal on our camper was in pretty bad shape. With all of the Facebook posts we’d seen, it looked like replacing even a portion of these slide seals is super expensive to have done by a dealer. Being we love DIY we decided to do it ourselves. We began looking up slide

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RV Etiquette – Putting Your Slides Out at Walmart

RV Etiquette – Putting Your Slides Out at Walmart

Facebook. Where all the debates seem to happen. One thing we see discussed a lot, is whether or not you should put your slides out at Walmart. One side says you shouldn’t, because you’re not camping. The other side says who cares, as long as they’re not in the way. What it comes down to,

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How Do You Secure Items While Traveling in Your RV

How Do You Secure Items While Traveling in Your RV

When you’re traveling down the highway, the last thing you want is one of your knick knacks or pictures falling and breaking, or even worse, becoming a projectile and heading straight for your head! When it’s time to secure items in your RV, you have a few options for holding down those precious keepsakes and

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Must Have Tools For Full-Time RVers

Must Have Tools For Full-Time RVers

When you’re getting ready to head out, having the right tools is one of your top priorities. When you’re in an RV, where every pound counts, keeping those tools to a minimum can be a challenge. Here’s the main weight-saving super essential tools we have on board. Black & Decker Matrix Drill Set This handy

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Where Do You Find Fresh Water When Traveling Full-Time in Your RV?

Where Do You Find Fresh Water When Traveling Full-Time in Your RV?

Out of all our supplies, water seems to be what we go through the fastest. Knowing where to find water when on the road is one of the most important pieces of information to have, below we provide you with a few places to get both filtered drinking water and regular city water. Filling Your

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Starting Your Own Tee Shirt Business

Starting Your Own Tee Shirt Business

One of the questions we are often asked, is how we make money on the road to fund our travels. Designing and selling tee shirts is one of our income streams, and it is easier to start doing than you may think! I don’t have room to store tee shirts! Great news, you don’t have

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We Finally Went West, and Saw Some of Route 66

We Finally Went West, and Saw Some of Route 66

Our business had been preventing us from heading further west in our adventures, but, we finally worked out what was needed and it was time to adventure along. We headed out of Florida for the winter, and made our way along the coast, stopping at a few overnight spots found in our previous trips. We

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Camping and RV Do’s and Don’ts

Camping and RV Do’s and Don’ts

You know how it is. You find a great spot to spend some time camping, you get all settled in, then “they” show up. Well, no one wants to be that person. That’s where the internet can help with the top things you need to make sure you do and don’t do when you’re camping, overnighting, or

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Which RV Insurance and Roadside Assistance Are Best for Full-Time RV Living

Which RV Insurance and Roadside Assistance Are Best for Full-Time RV Living

We see it asked pretty often – which RV insurance is best and which RV roadside assistance should you get? When we did our research, we looked for the insurance companies that had “full timer packages”, and insured RVs for full time travel. Of those, it seemed to come down to Good Sam/National General and

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Easy Way To Store Lodge Cast Iron Pans In An RV Or Travel Trailer

Easy Way To Store Lodge Cast Iron Pans In An RV Or Travel Trailer

Purchase a strap such as this one.  They are fairly cheap and we use them often. We even strap our printer and laptops in place with them. If you are going to strap down multiple pans setting a paper towel in between pans will keep any grease from transferring to the bottoms of other pans

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Our Stay at Cumpressco Campground – Green Swamp West Tract, Dade City, Florida

Our Stay at Cumpressco Campground – Green Swamp West Tract, Dade City, Florida

Green Swamp Preserve was yet another great place to enjoy a week stay. Like the other great free camping areas in Florida, there are miles of trails to explore. Green Swamp, however, contains two equestrian campgrounds, and features a larger amount of gravel/shell roads than any of our previous stays. This allows for a lot

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How Do You Make Money While Traveling Full-time in Your RV?

How Do You Make Money While Traveling Full-time in Your RV?

This is by far the question we see come up the most. Even though living in an RV can be super inexpensive, you still have to cover your basic needs, like food and fuel. First thing – no, this isn’t one of those big long lists of every job you could imagine. These are jobs

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How Much Solar Does it Take to Full Time RV?

How Much Solar Does it Take to Full Time RV?

This is a topic that comes up far more often than you would imagine. First, lets get the basics out of the way, and set some expectations. If you would like to run your AC and your microwave using solar, you’re going to need thousands of dollars worth of panels. You’re going to need a

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How to Receive Mail When Traveling Full Time in an RV

How to Receive Mail When Traveling Full Time in an RV

One of the questions that comes up as a traveler is “How can I receive my mail?”. From bills to packages, not staying at a permanent address makes it difficult to receive anything. It’s not like the courier is going to just chase you down! There are a few options, which depend on how fast

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Waylon Jennings RV Park, Littlefield, Texas

Waylon Jennings RV Park, Littlefield, Texas

After leaving Levelland, Texas our next town to explore – with a free camping spot, was the Waylon Jennings RV Park in Littlefield, Texas. This was another town owned free camp ground, complete with power and water. The site feature two large rig pull through sites, and several small rig/tent sites. There is also an

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