Retiring and hitting the road in an RV is the dream for many people. But for Jim Brown of the NC Motorcyclists blog, it has been an enjoyable reality for almost eight years. The full-timer has traveled all over the country visiting National Parks and Jeep riding in the desert. We reached out to Jim […]
When approaching the idea of buying an RV to live in full time, thousands of questions can come to mind. Which class best suits my needs? How long should the trailer be? Wait, do I want a trailer or a motorhome? How much money am I working with? Like any other large financial purchase, the […]
When I tell people my wife and I are heading out on an extended RV trip, they will invariably ask, “Where are you going,” expecting me to answer with a destination like Yellowstone, Las Vegas, or maybe the Grand Canyon. My response is “that way” as I point a finger in the general direction we […]
On a recent forum thread, iRV2 member Jyrocharlie asked: “Which is the most RV unfriendly state?” RVers considered many factors like gas prices, road laws, and whether or not the state rest areas allow overnight stays. Not counting Hawaii—as member TonyDi quipped, “They don’t even have decent highways so you can get there”—these two states […]
Editor’s note, January 2019—The full RV Nomads movie is now available to watch on Youtube. See it below: A new documentary “RV Nomads” is set to premiere in Fall 2018. Following the lives of several full-time RVers, the feature-length film will detail why more and more people are selling everything to hit the road, […]
Looking for the best ways to keep warm when RVing in winter? These three tips will help you prep for cold months ahead.
Deciding to live as RV nomads is relatively easy. But winnowing your stuff down and knowing what not to pack for full-time RVing is the hardest step of the journey. Here’s how to get started.
Meet Kelly and Marshall, two full-time RVing nomads who put their old lives behind them for an endless adventure on the open road and a business for camp addicts that they can run from anywhere.
Don’t park on the cheap until you know the pros and cons of free camping in parking lots, driveways and public lands.
The Internet is no longer just a plaything, it’s a way of life for everyone from grandma to teenagers. You can use it to stay in touch with friends and family or earn a six-figure income, the possibilities are just about endless. But when it comes to living as a full-time RVers, these pros and […]
How old is too old to full-time RV? If you’re asking the question you’re probably not but here are some ways aging impacts the lifestyle.