SCROLL TO BOTTOM FOR UPDATE After a very frustrating and disappointing 3 months of hopping from Airbnbs and living out of our suitcases and truck (with sprinkles of joy scattered throughout, on account of visits with family during the holidays), we are finally back in our camper. I'm not going to recap all the issues … Continue reading On The Road Again…FINALLY!
Dear RV Industry, Where do I begin....since purchasing a brand new Keystone Alpine three months ago I have learned so much about your industry that has truly saddened me. I'm sad for the families who have had vacations ruined by lack of quality control. I'm sad for the hard-workin' men and women who spend anywhere … Continue reading Dear RV Industry…..
I know, you've probably given up on me. I'm not quite the blogger I thought I'd be. (But apparently a poet 😂). Just don't have it in me to commit to more screen time. But here's a quick update. Celebrated turning 33 with the H-Squad and Boys in Cherokee, NC and learned my life calling … Continue reading What Blog!?!
So we finally made it to our Nation’s Capital, Washington DC and we were in awe the entire time. We allotted two full days to take it all in. Friday morning we went to the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History (FYI all Smithsonian Museums are FREE, they each open at 10 and close at 5, … Continue reading To the White House Batman!
So we bought a new camper, a Keystone Alpine 3901RE toyhauler. We weren't looking to purchase a new one, but one of our favorite past times is walking through RV dealerships just to window shop. But we stumbled across this brand new 2017 with the most perfect layout for our lifestyle and it was marked … Continue reading UNC, Williamsburg, Jamestown and Our New Camper
So our original plan was to stay in the Florida Keys until October 1st. After hosting at Curry Hammock State Park, we were going to head about 30 miles west to Bahia Honda State Park to volunteer there for three months. Unfortunately, work commitments had us rethinking our ability to put in the volunteer hours … Continue reading Slight Change of Plans
On June 1st 2018, we celebrated our one year “Nomadiversary”. We have been living full-time in our camper for a year now and it surprisingly just feels normal, even in just those first few weeks in. The camper has always felt like home. Don’t get me wrong, there have been many things we have … Continue reading A Year In, what we’ve learned and what we miss.
We've been going, going, going, Energizer Bunny Style, for the last month or so and unfortunately the blog has taken the hit. We've both had increased work hours, we had two family visits back to back, and the host couples that showed up in May were amazing, so we were meeting up for drinks and … Continue reading So Much Going On
This is going to be a mini-quickie post. I'm typing and preparing the whole thing on my phone (a first for me), so please excuse any typos. Each park, whether it's privately ran, state or national park have different ways they utilize host/volunteers. These are the questions we think are pretty important to know before … Continue reading Top 5 Things to consider before accepting a camp host position
Sorry for the delay....we've been working extra hard around the campground because all the hosts that were suppose to show up April 1st, just didn't (insert side eye) so we've been pulling double time, plus this also happens to be one of the 40 hour work weeks I mention below. If you are interested in … Continue reading Making and Saving Money While Full-Time RVing and Traveling