Full Time RV Living

Living and Working on the Open Road

  • Family Road Trip: Sequoia National Park
    After the Grand Canyon, I point Bertha’s nose back west and quickly retrace my route earlier this spring along I40 to Keyesville Rec Area in Lake Isabella, CA. There I spend six days working hard so that I can have my two weeks of vacation relatively work-free. “Wait, vacation? Isn’t… ... read more
    Source: Interstellar Orchard Published on 2018-06-11
    2 weeks ago
  • A father’s tale
    Father’s Day is next Sunday, the 17th. I was thinking it was this past weekend because Father’s Day sales have begun.  Silly me. If stores can put Christmas stuff on the shelves the day after Halloween, they certainly aren’t going … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2018-06-11
    2 weeks ago
  • When ‘Lust in the Dust’ Becomes ‘Rage in the Sage’
    What do you know?! I actually sold something on Craigslist. I still have yet to buy something on Craigslist. Actually the whole process was confidence-inspiring. I just had to be patient for over one month.The next day I went to the bike store and surrendered to my basest instincts. That… ... read more
    Source: Occupation of Independence Published on 2018-06-09
    2 weeks ago
  • Moving To Europe VII – Shipping Your RV From USA to Europe
    Pre-Post Note/ Thank you for all the support comments on my last post! We’re narrowing down clinics for Polly & Rand and will hopefully have a treatment plan in place soon. In the meantime it’s back to my “Moving to Europe” series of posts and today’s topic is one that… ... read more
    Source: WheelingIt Published on 2018-06-07
    2 weeks ago
  • Help Make Wilderness Areas Benefiical to More Americans
    It is not often that something cheerful happens in the arena of public lands management. Normally I avoid the topic because it is just too discouraging.But there is a bill in Congress that empowers public land managers to regulate mountain bikes in Wilderness areas, instead of just the blanket ban… ... read more
    Source: Occupation of Independence Published on 2018-06-07
    2 weeks ago
  • Oh how we love our new possessions!
    Before I take a break from blogging, I’d like to leave you with a cheerful post.  — Sue Tuesday, June 5 Man, is it hot! Southern Arizona’s temperatures climb into the 100s this week.  In a stroke of excellent timing, … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2018-06-05
    3 weeks ago
  • For Those Who Can’t Travel Full-time Yet
    I get a lot of wistful comments and e-mails from people who would love to do what I do, but there are very solid reasons why they can’t at this point in their life. These reasons aren’t just excuses because they don’t want to put in the effort. I get… ... read more
    Source: Interstellar Orchard Published on 2018-06-05
    3 weeks ago
  • Personal message to my readers
    Monday, June 4 Today I received a letter in my home mailbox from a reader of this blog.  The purpose of sending the letter, written out of concern, was to demonstrate how easy it is to figure out the street … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2018-06-04
    3 weeks ago
  • RVing or at home, changes appear
    Sunday, June 3 If you’ve read my blog for a while you know that one of the things I love about full-time RVing is the necessity to move from camp to camp.  Most of the year our camps change every … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2018-06-03
    3 weeks ago
  • There is “the Cloud”, and There Is the Real Thing
    What foolishness there is in the travel blogosphere! Have you noticed how they always show blue skies in their silly postcards?Who the hell wants blue skies all the time! It is that time of year again, when aridity and blue skies and sunlight become oppressive.  But this morning there were clouds,… ... read more
    Source: Occupation of Independence Published on 2018-06-03
    3 weeks ago
  • New Wheels, A Birth, GDPR & 2 Pieces Of Bad News (It’s 2016 All Over Again…)
    Only a few weeks have passed since my last post, but what a lot has happened. We’ve made significant progress on the whole “getting settled in to France” thing, we’ve had some great news and then we’ve been hit with 2 pieces of bad news that make it seem like… ... read more
    Source: WheelingIt Published on 2018-06-03
    3 weeks ago
  • We Bought a House…. !! Our Long Term RVing Plans at SKP Saguaro in Benson, AZ
    Ok.. well, not technically. First, we didn’t buy property. We purchased a lifetime lease. Next, it’s not really a ‘house’ but an RV lot with a casita. But still, we’re super excited to have finally reached this milestone that has been in the works for over two years and all… ... read more
    Source: Technomadia Published on 2018-06-02
    3 weeks ago
  • Oh, the stories I cannot tell!
    Friday, June 1 Living in a house after years on the road is quite a change for me and the canine crew.  I’m often aware how this change influences my thoughts and actions throughout each day. Okay, I’m stating the … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2018-06-01
    3 weeks ago
  • Pyroclastic Flow at Sunset
    This summer, readers are likely to hear me rhapsodize over soft sagebrush hills and their shadows at dawn and dusk. And more times than they need. It didn't even take one day to start mooning and swooning.But shifting my view to the forested top of a high hill, it was… ... read more
    Source: Occupation of Independence Published on 2018-05-31
    3 weeks ago
  • Health Insurance for Full-time RVers, 2018 Edition
    Ahh, health insurance as a pre-medicare full-time traveler. To me, this is the #1 hardest thing about this lifestyle, even harder than the question of how to earn money on the road. And spoiler alert: I don’t have a perfect solution. But as with the question of internet on the… ... read more
    Source: Interstellar Orchard Published on 2018-05-30
    3 weeks ago

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