We have seen dunes at a distance, hiked on dunes, sandboarded on dunes, but until now, we’ve never ridden on dunes. Wow! We have the very best time at Silver Lake Dunes, MI.
Have you ever dreamed of RVing in the Netherlands? Well, Holland, MI might just be the next best thing to actually doing so. On the other hand, it might not be. We’re not sure. We enjoy our time there regardless.
If you’ve watched our videos for any amount of time, you probably already know we aren’t always as prepared as we could be. That started from the very beginning of our journey, and we tell you all about that story in this week’s vlog.
After the work crew leaves for the day, we get an exclusive look at the latest Grand Design Solitude prototype and an in-depth tour of the factory. We’re impressed with these RVs and wonder if one might be our next tiny home on wheels.
When you live in an RV full-time, it is highly likely that you’ll want to make a few changes that can make both RV life a little easier and your home more personalized. Our friends, Project Trek and Finding Our Someday open their tiny homes on wheels to give us a look at some of…
Once we’re all settled in right across from the campground’s playground, we realize we just can’t stand staying in that site any longer. Why? It’s the strangest thing! We get ourselves moved and take an awesome hike exploring Indiana Dunes National Park.
Sometimes you’re at the right place at the right time when something breaks. Being almost in Lippert Components’ back yard allows us to take a tour of the LCI Technical Institute while our awning is replaced.
Enjoying RV living is largely about having the right expectations. It can be easy to think things won’t break or that you have everything together, but an unexpected change in weather can bust that belief.
Things certainly have changed since we last visited one of our National Parks! In this time of self-guided, socially-distanced tours, we give one a try at Mammoth Cave.
We think we are ready to hit the road for our next route! After the longest time we have ever stayed still since we started RVing full time, we shift into travel mode, and it pretty much feels like starting over.
There are some must-haves and some nice-to-haves when it comes to RVing tools and accessories. As we prep to leave for our next route, we show you some of our favorites. ? Nomad Near Me iOS app
Here’s a look at how we are transforming our 2019 Open Range fifth wheel RV from dark and drab to a family-friendly, light-filled, super-functional tiny home on wheels. GEAR IN THIS EPISODE – Article Couch: https://bit.ly/2BPGra7 – Walmart Mainstays White Baskets: https://bit.ly/3eEvoiB – Rubbermaid 16 Cup Container: https://amzn.to/2YEIaIA – Rubbermaid 10 Cup Container: https://amzn.to/3eLGeni – Subway Sticky Tiles: https://amzn.to/2Vpb6Cp –…
During our five years of living full-time in an RV, we’ve received tons of questions from people interested in starting a similar journey. In this episode, we walk through five questions we think you’ll probably want to consider before hitting the road if you are looking for an RVing dream and not a nightmare.
For our eighth wedding anniversary, we reflect on our journey to full-time RV life and share some of the reasons people who don’t start off wanting to camp choose to do so.
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While Marissa gets the truck ready with two fresh tires to tow our new RV back to TN, Nathan takes off to inspect and finalize the purchase. In the process, we are reminded that there are givers and takers in this world; we see them both along this part of our journey.
We embrace change, so while we are stationary at our home base in TN, it’s a good time to switch things up. We set off on a journey to buy our next tiny home on wheels all while maintaining social distancing. Things DO NOT go according to plan.
RVing in 2020 has certainly gotten more complicated. But the travel itch is real, and we sure have it. We are dreaming of scenic drives, invigorating hikes, epic views, and even a few tourist traps.
What’s it like staying put with two kids in a tiny house on wheels? How are we dealing with the unknowns and social distancing? What’s a day in the life of a full-time RVing family really like right now? Here’s a peek.
Projects in an RV seem to be a constant part of this lifestyle. So while we’re hunkered down at our home base in TN, we tackle a few of our to-dos. A new bed for JJ, a water filter for the fridge, propane for hot showers, and a super special soap top our list.
While at a Fulltime Families rally, we get to see the homes of several RVers & the unique ways they have made them their own. Join us as we tour a toy hauler motorhome, a custom 45′ SpaceCraft fifth wheel, two bunkhouse models of travel trailers, & a super cool & very functional retro camper.
Seeing first-hand the devastation tornadoes brought to our hometown of Cookeville and experiencing recent storms ourselves makes us take a look at how to prepare for inclement weather as full-time RVers.
We get a lot of questions about having a home base while RVing. In this vlog, we answer your questions (like “how much does it cost?”), show you around our place, and tell you what we’ve done. Plus, we explain why this works for us.
There are many advantages to living full time in an RV during times of crisis. There can also be a lot of uncertainty. Faced with concerns of a global pandemic, we cut our time in Florida short and high-tail it back to our home base in Tennessee.
We may be together in a small space nearly all day, but that doesn’t mean we don’t need to set aside some time to help our relationship grow. With Marissa’s mom visiting, we take advantage of having family watch over the children while we go on a super special date night.
When you’re in the Keys, there is one place you really want to be, on the water, and we’ve been trying to get there for two weeks. Finally, the winds settle down enough for us to take a really cool water sports charter to hang out on a sandbar and explore in glass-bottom kayaks.
WOW! It’s a long drive to Key West! Campground reservations can be hard to find in the Keys and pretty costly too. So, is it worth the effort and expense to RV in the Florida Keys? We think so. There’s just something about those out-of-the-way places and the turquoise water.
While we are dry camping in the heat and humidity of Everglades National Park, we ask ourselves, “do you need reservations for winter RVing?” and share four primary ways to approach the peak season. We also cool off with a backcountry boat ride before making our way to the Florida Keys.
While our tour of Biscayne National Park with Marissa’s sister doesn’t quite work out, we do get to hang out with tigers, alligators, snakes, and friends at Everglades Outpost. We also finally figure out what motivates JJ to crawl.
Full-time RVing means we are constantly changing landlords and facing wildly different circumstances. That means things don’t always go the way we plan or expect. In this vlog, we are challenged to consider if the RV journey has made us happier even with some bumps along the way. ❤️ Community ? YouTube Commenting ? Instagram…