Weighing the amenities of an RV resort with camping in the rough

  By Bob Difley Living fulltime in an RV is the dream (or maybe the necessity) of many people as housing costs skyrocket, urban living becomes more congested, and streets and highways become clogged with traffic. What the RV lifestyle offers is the ability to change your status on a whim, given the options of living in an upscale RV... Read More

Fulltimers have the time to take the road less traveled

  By Bob Difley When you became a fulltimer, did you look forward to relaxing, taking it easy, and enjoying life more? And then you got on the Interstates Highway System and rushed from one tourist attraction to another, Whoa, Slow down. Don’t just focus on your next destination. Many of America’s most scenic drives wind across and through remote... Read More

How to interpret highway “road grade” signs

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If most of your RVing has been in the Midwest or South, you have likely seen very few “steep grade” signs. But when the wanderlust of the open road grasps your adventurous spirit and you head bravely for the mountainous West, these signs will pop up with increasing regularity, and often include a percentage... Read More

Downsizing your stuff to full time RV may not be easy

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris   Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to become an RVing fulltimer. But if you’ve been a sticks-and-bricks dweller for many years, you’re probably face-to-face with a BIG problem: What do I do with all this stuff? Yep, accumulations of possessions can be a major issue when moving out of the “big house” into... Read More