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End of an Era:Why we stopped living as fulltimers in an RV.

My husband and I lived as full timers in an RV for five years. It was a great adventure and we enjoyed it very much and it was well worth it. So why did we quit? I never really got … Continue reading

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This blog of mine is the one I started with. It is mainly about being a full timer in an RV traveling over north America. I started a daily blog for my family to follow which morphed in the blog … Continue reading

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Home – Our Little House on the Prairie

 – We will be taking possession of this tiny little house in Alonsa Manitoba April 29th. As you can see it has a great big driveway for our rig. We decided to buy the house which is almost exactly 2X … Continue reading

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Typical RV lights as No-See-Um and other insect control device.

One of the not so nice things about arriving in our winter location in Florida is we are parked in a lower spot near a marsh and the No-See-Ums are a problem. We have No-See-Um screening which keeps most of … Continue reading

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Hauling Water

I often get questions about how to haul water when an RV site doesn’t have running water handy. How exactly do you get enough water to fill the tank and how exactly do you store the storage container when you … Continue reading

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Surviving Severe Weather as a Fulltimer Part 2: Flood!

Picture from NOAA   We have had our fair share of severe weather near misses. Some of those near misses have just been due to our own dumb luck. Most have been because we have been aware and alert and … Continue reading

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Surviving Severe Weather as a Fulltimer Part 1: Winter Storms

We have been through several close encounters with severe weather while living in an travel trailer. Even in a typical secure stick home in the middle of a suburb severe weather can be an issue. We have all seen pictures … Continue reading

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