Two things in life are certain — one is Change!
Well, the kids have decided not to start full-time RV living in the spring. If you haven’t been following my blog, “the kids” are my son, daughter-in-law, and three grandchildren. Can’t say that I blame them. It’s a huge decision to start full-time RV’ing with three small children and the uncertainty of whether or not they could make a living on the road and not burn through their savings. They need to step back and take more time to figure this out. The plan is still to leave Indiana and move south in May. They hope to buy a small pop-up or small camper and take baby steps by camping on the weekends. That will certainly help them figure out whether or not they want to live the lifestyle full-time, and how to support themselves if they do.
Continue reading “Game Change!”
Well, I finally did it! After months of looking at RV’s online and still struggling with which type of RV to purchase, I finally got off my rear and went to a dealership. You simply can not make a determination without actually getting inside and walking around these things – kicking the tires, so to speak.
Continue reading “My visit to an RV dealership – Part 1”
Starting an RV travel and the full-time RV lifestyle blog may seem overwhelming at first. The thought of setting up websites, domains, and blogs can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. Whatever your reason for blogging – just do it!
I love writing, even though I’m no expert. But you know what they say about practice, right? The more you do it the better you become. Not only will your writing get better, but you’ll start thinking about writing topics on everything you see, do, touch and feel. Keep a notepad handy! I started a blog several years ago about my family genealogy, mostly just to record it for future generations. I’m glad to be writing again. Continue reading “Websites, domains and blogs! Oh my!”