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  • Life On The Road

    How To Transition to RV Living: Life On The Road

      How to transition to RV living is in response to one of our viewers who is interested in making the same decision we did. It definitely begins with an idea then a decision which will more than likely have been triggered by some event like a shorter trip you had taken in the past. Or perhaps you read about someone else’s experience. When you decide, you’ll want to set a target date for the transition to occur. From the time we made our decision to the time we moved out of our home was only six weeks. In fact, at the time we’re writing this, we’re in our sixth…

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    Life On The Road

    Where to Get Clean Water While Boondocking

    One of the questions we had when we started this journey of living full time in our RV was where to get clean water while boondocking. There’s nothing like experience, and it’s a fast teacher. If nothing else, our first month on the road reinforced the importance of storing fresh, clean water on our rig. In fact, your RV water supply is the single biggest need, particularly when you want to boon dock which we want to do as much as we possibly can. Where can I find free water to fill my fresh water tank? One of the perks of living full time in your RV, assuming you’ve eliminated…

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    We’re Taking Our Bikes

      One of the many decisions we had to make when transitioning to full-time RV living was whether or not we would pull one of our vehicles, once we decided not to do so, it became an easy decision to take our bikes. That way, we would still have some mobility without needing to constantly rely on the RV. Unfortunately, as we got closer to our move-out date, we hadn’t even begun to research which bike rack to buy let alone how to install it. Fortunately, one of our many kind neighbors happened to sell auto accessory products, including bike racks. (He even gave us this useful item as a gift…

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    Our Next Big Adventure

        On June 15th, we decided to make a drastic change in how we lived. My wife and I, along with our three children, ages 12, 11, and 8, would become homeless. No, we weren’t going to live on the streets constantly exposed to the elements.   Instead, we made the conscious choice to buy a 23-foot 1985 Ford Jamboree (yes, it sleeps the five of us comfortably) in which we live, work, and travel. In fact, we purchased the RV on June 18th.  Here she is at Torrey Pines State Beach: Immediately we notified our property manager that we would be vacating the premises by midnight on July…

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    Here We Go…

    Recently, we had posted about being in a transitional period and that we would be announcing an exciting change in our lives and our business. One of the concepts we’ve embraced since we began our social marketing biz (in addition to homeschooling our three children) is that we would pursue our dream no matter where it took u. Initially, it had brought us back to San Diego, but the desire to hit the road full-time in an RV would repeatedly loop back into our dreams. So on June 18th, we bought our RV, and on July 31st, we’ll be on the road full-time, seeing new places, meeting new people, and sharing…