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Airstream Kitchen Basic Tools for the Foodie

Cooking in an Airstream kitchen is about as small as they come. But that won't stop me because I'm also a bit of a foodie…

The Top 10 Challenges of Going Full Time

Everyone's experience will be a little different but this list represents 10 of the most common challenges a full-time RVer will face as they try…

Schlub Life – Will your trailer make you trashy?

One of the less inspiring aspects of trailer life has been the effect it's had on my personal grooming, fashion, and hygiene. While I have…

State Residency for the Full Time RV Traveler

Living full time on the road can be tricky in the modern world. Most of our institutions are set up for people who live in…

Going full time: Talking to Friends and Family

Relationships are essential to life, especially to living a good life. What happens to relationships when you become a full-time traveler is something we all…

8 Reasons to Go Full Time RV

Deciding to live full time on the road is a big, life-changing decision. To help you decide to go for it, here are some of the…

What Type of RV to Buy: Part 3

In What Type of RV to Buy: Part 2 we did some self-reflection on what you needs and desires are. Here we put that into…

What Type of RV to Buy: Part 2

In What Type of RV to Buy: Part 1 of this series we discussed the huge range of RVs currently on the market. Now we…

What Type of RV to Buy: Part 1

When you decide to get an RV for a full-time lifestyle like ours, or just for going on vacation, the options can be overwhelming. Ultimately,…

Things I learned Selling Our House

To head out on our grand adventure we had to sell our house. When I bought it in 2003 it was the first I owned and I…

New Home Acquired: Airstream International

On October 19th we took possession of our new home, a 2016 30' Airstream International Edition Serenity with Oyster Trim. We are calling it The…

The House is Sold!

So we sold our house. This was the first house I’ve owned and thus the first I’ve sold so I didn’t know going into it…

Stuff Part 3: The Benefits of Having Less Stuff

I can tell you from first-hand experience that downsizing can be hard work. It can be physically, mentally, and emotionally draining. I can also tell…

Stuff Part 2: Five Principles to Purge By

To go on our journey we had no choice but to dramatically downsize what we owned. Everything either fits in the trailer, the truck, or…

Learning to Be a Minimalist

I think it was in the last few years where I noticed a trend of needing less stuff in my life, and wanting more experiences…

Stuff Part 1: Conservation vs Consumption

For Trail, part of this adventure was changing to a lifestyle with less stuff. She had been reading about tiny houses, minimalism, and folks downsizing…

Where the Road Will Lead Us

After I tell people what we are doing, a common question I get is, “Where will you go first?” We have yet to make firm…

Please Buy Our House

After a month of emptying, repairing, painting and getting it ready for open market day, our house is finally for sale as of the first…

Sometimes the House Wins

The last two weeks have been quite the battle. Trail and Hitch vs all of Trail and Hitch’s stuff. So far the stuff has been…

Lessons from the DIY Trenches

I have the best brother in the world! I just had to say that because, without him we wouldn't have gotten through the house repairs…