full-time rv living

A-Z Guide to full-time RV living: Downsizing

decluttering for RV living

Downsizing from a house to an RV is no easy feat.  And there’s nothing more effective at making you face the reality of what material items in your life are truly important.  This process, for us, proved to be so much different than a traditional move.  Instead of packing our belongings, loading a truck, moving to another location and unpacking, we had to decide what was important enough to...

Hiding out in the California desert


After leaving Death Valley we decided to delay our Northbound trajectory due to the weather.  As we were lazily cruising down a deserted California highway, I noticed some interesting rock formations in the mountains to the West.  We pulled over, dug thru our maps and found a road to take us there.  The start of the road was easy then turned to sand.  We were hopeful we wouldn’t have to turn...

One night in Pahrump, NV & what our resupply days are like


My favorite thing to share on this website are pretty pictures of all the scenic places we go.  However, that is hardly a look at the ins and outs of life on the road.  Managing resources and route planning are two large time consuming components of our travels, so I was thinking it might be fun to share with you guys what our resupply days look like. About once a week, we dedicate an entire day...

A look inside our Casita: Before & After photos

casita trailer photos

When we bought our Casita travel trailer in September, we lucked out with a gently used 2012 that we bought from the original owner.  It was clean, well-cared for, and really didn’t need any repairs or cleaning.  While we could have left it aesthetically as-is, I wanted to make it feel more like home…since, after-all, it was going to be our new home.  In my mind though, I thought...

Why we couldn’t part with our Four Wheel Camper but are loving our Casita

full time rv living

It’s been a little over two months since we bought our Casita travel trailer and nearly as long since we moved in to it full-time (combined with our Four Wheel Camper).  The setup may be unique but it couldn’t be working out better.  I thought I’d take the opportunity to share with you guys how we’re using everything and a few more details about why we ended up going this...

12 days camping outside Hurricane, UT


Last year while driving thru Utah we blew our transmission.  A very long and expensive weekend from which we learned the following: Things can always be worse.  We were luckily in a town when the truck broke down.  A few days prior we were in the middle of nowhere. There are still businesses out there with exceptional service.  Rare Form Auto is one of them...

Heading South with stops at James M. Robb & Green River State Parks


The house was sold, our contracted jobs for the year were done and on November 5th it was finally time to hit the road.  Of course there was a Winter Weather Advisory that day to add a little bit of fun to our attempt at getting out of Colorado.  In an effort to avoid all the surrounding mountain passes we opted for the unpaved county road that would keep us at a lower elevation and hopefully out...

Interview with Seth K. Hughes | Full-time Airstream living


Seth is a professional photographer living and traveling with his wife Drea and dog Emma in their Ford F250 and Airstream travel trailer.  Three years ago they left the comforts of home in exchange for the ability to pursue adventure and since have covered countless miles throughout the US, Canada and Mexico.   Seth’s photography is magnetic and remarkably captures the majesty...


Hi!  We’re Mark & Michele, a couple of modern-day nomads perfecting the art of slow, perpetual travel.  We believe that being debt-free and free to roam is the ultimate freedom.  This blog is where we share our travels as well as our insights in to this lifestyle that we absolutely love.  We hope you enjoy it!


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