Category RV Living

The RV Movement: Why Is RVing More Popular Than Ever?

By Camille Attell In the winter of 2015, after a grueling day of work and a two-year stretch of housing and health challenges, my financially conservative, risk-averse husband turned to me and said, “we should leave everything behind and travel...

By Camille Attell In the winter of 2015, after a grueling day of work and a two-year stretch of housing and health challenges, my financially conservative, risk-averse husband turned to me and said, “we should leave everything behind and travel...

RV Romance: Finding Love On The Road

Looking For Love In All The Right Places By Liz Wilcox RVing and adventure go hand in hand. No matter age or lifestyle, people are flocking in droves to hit the open road in campervans, motorhomes and trailers. It seems they are all looking for...

Looking For Love In All The Right Places By Liz Wilcox RVing and adventure go hand in hand. No matter age or lifestyle, people are flocking in droves to hit the open road in campervans, motorhomes and trailers. It seems they are all looking for...

Packing Light For An RV Trip

By Camille Attell Some people like to call their RV their “home on wheels.” I say that my RV is like my “backpack on wheels” because I pack light by bringing the most effective and efficient gear. I’m a fairly experienced backpacker and have...

By Camille Attell Some people like to call their RV their “home on wheels.” I say that my RV is like my “backpack on wheels” because I pack light by bringing the most effective and efficient gear. I’m a fairly experienced backpacker and have...

Making Friends On The Road

By Camille Attell Crickets Do Not Make Great Friends When my husband and I left everything behind to RV full-time, we fantasized about making friends on the road. Oh, the interesting characters we’d meet! We envisioned eclectic families living...

By Camille Attell Crickets Do Not Make Great Friends When my husband and I left everything behind to RV full-time, we fantasized about making friends on the road. Oh, the interesting characters we’d meet! We envisioned eclectic families living...

The Full-Time RV Life Chose Me

By Camille Attell The sofa made me do it. That’s what I like to tell people when they ask why I left everything behind to live, work and travel in an RV full time. I can’t really blame the sofa though, it hadn’t done anything wrong — except it...

By Camille Attell The sofa made me do it. That’s what I like to tell people when they ask why I left everything behind to live, work and travel in an RV full time. I can’t really blame the sofa though, it hadn’t done anything wrong — except it...

5 Reasons To Take Your Kids RVing, Even If They’d Rather Play Video Games

By Liz Wilcox For over a year now, my family has been living in an RV full time. I’ve watched my child grow in so many ways, some expected and some not. RVing with kids is fun, exciting, messy, loud, frustrating — and I wouldn’t trade it for the...

By Liz Wilcox For over a year now, my family has been living in an RV full time. I’ve watched my child grow in so many ways, some expected and some not. RVing with kids is fun, exciting, messy, loud, frustrating — and I wouldn’t trade it for the...

How Renting An RV Changed My Life

By Liz Wilcox I’m a people person. I go to farmer’s markets because I love talking with the growers. I chat with strangers until my voice goes hoarse. And I use peer-to-peer marketplaces because, as corny as it may sound, it makes me...

By Liz Wilcox I’m a people person. I go to farmer’s markets because I love talking with the growers. I chat with strangers until my voice goes hoarse. And I use peer-to-peer marketplaces because, as corny as it may sound, it makes me...

Airstream Sponsored Us To RV Full Time: What We Loved (And Didn’t)

Hi, we’re Esther and Jacob. We run a blog called Local Adventurer where we have been exploring a different city every year to know it like a local. During our last year in San Diego, we started talking more about what it would look like to live...

Hi, we’re Esther and Jacob. We run a blog called Local Adventurer where we have been exploring a different city every year to know it like a local. During our last year in San Diego, we started talking more about what it would look like to live...