Full Time RV Living

Living and Working on the Open Road

  • Tips for RVing in Texas State Parks
    While we’re currently on our boat in north Florida, we’re starting to make preps and plans to store the boat and return to our bus this winter. Out bus is currently stored in Texas, which is where we’ll pick that adventure up – which got me reminiscing today about one… ... read more
    Source: Technomadia Published on 2018-09-19
    3 days ago
  • ‘In Harmony with…’ Something Better Than Nature
    Something unusual happened last night. I was camped in a campground, and yet, felt at peace.My friend and I were sitting at the picnic table and watching the sky show. The heat of the day was hours in the past, but the night-time chill was holding back.To begin with, it… ... read more
    Source: Occupation of Independence Published on 2018-09-16
    6 days ago
  • 10 Ways European Motorhomes Differ From US RVs
    Over the last month or so we’ve been looking at European RVs, or rather we’ve been perusing “motorhomes” (as the Brits would call them) or “camping cars” (as they call them in France), or “autocaravanas” (if you happen to be looking in Spain). Either way, they’re what Europeans use when they… ... read more
    Source: WheelingIt Published on 2018-09-16
    6 days ago
  • Roger makes his mark!
    Friday, September 14, in southern Arizona In the freshness of morning I’m outside painting the concrete border of a raised bed that extends the full length of one side of our house.  A concrete sidewalk runs alongside the raised bed. … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2018-09-14
    1 week ago
  • Reading this post could save a life, maybe yours
    Today’s post is written by my friend, Geri. Geri and her husband Chuck are my good friends and active blogorinos.  I met them when camping in 2011 at Elephant Butte State Park in New Mexico.  Our last get-together, prior to … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2018-09-12
    1 week ago
  • A Good Gadget Review Website?
    I have some unbelievably good news for you: I actually found a useful site for gadget reviews. But let's set the situation up, so it doesn't look like it was easy.The project was to find better noise-cancelling or masking technology. For instance I installed the MyNoise app on the smartphone.… ... read more
    Source: Occupation of Independence Published on 2018-09-10
    2 weeks ago
  • What is it, pray tell? The smaller natural wonders of southern Arizona
    Tuesday, September 4 (continued) Cochise Stronghold Campground, Dragoon Mountains, Arizona Reggie, Roger, and I stroll around the campground. “Stop!  You walked right past it!  Look at this little green creature over here!” “It’s a praying mantis!” Listen up, boys and … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2018-09-10
    2 weeks ago
  • Hurricane Irma – 1 Year Later: Hurricane Tracking Tips
    One year ago this morning, we were sitting in our bus parked in Alabama watching Hurricane Irma make landfall in the Florida Keys. We had just tied up our boat in Marathon, picked up our bus in Melbourne (also in the potential storm track) and evacuated. (Recap: Marathon & Hurricane Irma)… ... read more
    Source: Technomadia Published on 2018-09-10
    2 weeks ago
  • How To Become Fluent In French, The Modern Way
    Parlez-vous français?Paul has gotten himself a French girlfriend. Well, to be more accurate he’s gotten himself two. He’s deeply immersed in learning French, and since it’s a well-known fact that “going local” is the best way to learn, I can’t say I blame him. Plus, it’s really my fault…. Back… ... read more
    Source: WheelingIt Published on 2018-09-09
    2 weeks ago
  • Two legendary men of the Old West; nature walk at Cochise Stronghold
    Tuesday, September 4 (continued) Having explored the campground at Cochise Stronghold, the crew and I are ready to cross the bridge to commence walking the nature trail. ~ ~ ~ Before we do that, let’s pause and read a marker … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2018-09-09
    2 weeks ago
  • A New Super-pundit?
    I never heard of Caitlin Johnstone until a few weeks ago. Perhaps purposely I have avoided trying to find about her, and have simply been content to enjoy her essays.She doesn't overlap with me too much: she seems to be a Green. One advantage of putting up with deviations of… ... read more
    Source: Occupation of Independence Published on 2018-09-08
    2 weeks ago
  • Cochise Stronghold Campground in southern Arizona
    Tuesday, September 4 The Perfect Tow Vehicle carries Reggie, Roger, and me on Coconino Forest Road 84 toward the Dragoon Mountains.  (Nancy is home with Marg.   She has stuff to take care of today.) Maybe we’ll camp at Cochise … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2018-09-06
    2 weeks ago
  • Oh No!! Bridge Closed – And Exploring Marineland, Florida
    In the days leading up to our departure from New Smyrna Beach, we hadn’t quite figured out where our next stop would be. And frankly, there’s not a lot of choices anyway. We knew St. Augustine would be a must, but it was more than a comfortable day’s cruise for… ... read more
    Source: Technomadia Published on 2018-09-03
    3 weeks ago
  • Attitudes Toward Drought
    It is strange the way weather reports, especially on television, talk about a "40% chance of rain" as if it were life-threatening. This is so common it is easy to not even notice it. But it is a perfect example of how modern life is separated from nature and even… ... read more
    Source: Occupation of Independence Published on 2018-09-03
    3 weeks ago
  • “You wanna’ sell your Casita?”
    Saturday and Sunday, September 1 and 2 in Arizona I’m sitting on the porch when a car slows to a stop in front of the house.  A man in his thirties brings down his window, sticks out his head, and … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2018-09-02
    3 weeks ago

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