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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
As we work our way south to FL, we share several tips that can help make travel days go more smoothly. Full disclosure: we’re better about doing some of them than others.
We spend a lot of time traveling to unfamiliar places that are new and exciting for us, so coming back to Tennessee always feels like we are hitting a reset button. We tackle new projects at our home base and take a quick trip east to enjoy Dollywood with friends.