February 2020 Expense Report – Full-Time RV Living

It’s time once again for our monthly expense report where we share the costs associated with our full-time RV life.  We do not have a sticks-and-bricks home base, but travel wherever the weather takes us as we chase 70°. In February 2020, we completed our 18th month as full-time RVers. When we started our full-time … Continue reading February 2020 Expense Report – Full-Time RV Living

From Class C to Fifth Wheel: How Boondocking Has Changed For Us

Currently located at Pilot Knob BLM LTVA in Winterhaven, CA, just west of Yuma, AZ: Greetings once again from the desert Southwest! At the moment, it's 5:40 AM, and I'm sitting at my dining table listening to the wind whistle through all the little nooks and crannies on the rig, while enjoying a cup of … Continue reading From Class C to Fifth Wheel: How Boondocking Has Changed For Us

Lava River Cave Spelunking, Passport Renewal, Dodging Bullets on RV Maintenance

From the Coconino National Forest near Flagstaff, Arizona: Well, we've had quite the eventful week, full of adventures, chores and unexpected challenges with Lizzy (our RV). Let's recap: On Tuesday we decided to explore one of the local geological features, the Lava River Cave in the Coconino National Forest just a few miles from where … Continue reading Lava River Cave Spelunking, Passport Renewal, Dodging Bullets on RV Maintenance

The Wedding Cache, End of Hiking, September Travel Plans Made

From Coconino National Forest near Flagstaff, Arizona: It's still definitely summer here at 8,100', although the daytime temperatures rarely exceed 81° or 82°. There hasn't been any rain for several weeks, ever since the very-timely week of moisture that came through the area just in time to help battle the Museum Fire back in late … Continue reading The Wedding Cache, End of Hiking, September Travel Plans Made

Cows Come Calling, Milestone Birthday, Generator Conks Out

From the Coconino National Forest near Flagstaff, Arizona: Summer is definitely showing signs of winding down here in the mountains. The angle of the sun is noticeably different than it was when we arrived here back in late May, making the shadows longer and darker. The temperatures have continued to be mostly very pleasant with … Continue reading Cows Come Calling, Milestone Birthday, Generator Conks Out