Are fulltime RVers safe when camping in unfamiliar locations?

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris If you are a fulltimer, you are carrying most of your worldly possessions with you. Burglars may be able to spot a fulltimer by the amount of stuff they see by either looking in windows or around the campsite.  If you are considering fulltiming, you’ve possibly read about crimes and wonder — how... Read More

Chuck muses about fulltiming, campgrounds, and boondocking

    By Chuck Woodbury editor, I wrote about my crowded RV park in an article in the December 10, 2016 RV Travel newsletter. I did not paint a rosy picture.  Here’s where I’m coming from: I bought my first motorhome about 35 years ago. It was a whopping 18-feet long. There was no air conditioning, no generator. The heater barely worked.... Read More

Peace-keeping in small spaces an acquired skill for fulltimers

    By Russ and Tiña De Maris In case you hadn’t thought about it, there is a world of difference living with your spouse in a two-story suburban house with many rooms and moving into an RV with two rooms. I’m not sexist — and I don’t think the “better half” is either. Nevertheless, it seems that the male of... Read More

Controlling these three expenses makes fulltiming more affordable

  By Bob Difley One of the great advantages of RVing is that you can change three of your largest expense categories to adjust to the changing economy or the fluctuation of your personal finances. The three biggest expenses for full-time or near-full-time RVers: fuel, campgrounds, and eating out.  To save on the fuel expense, drive fewer miles between campgrounds, stay... Read More