Moving Into Our RV – Making It Home with Adventures on the Horizon



We finally moved into our RV and are officially full time RVers! It is exciting to know that our adventures are just around the corner!

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The day finally came! We moved (almost) everything into the RV and our house is now (almost) entirely empty! I thought it would be weird living in the RV at first, and admittedly the first night falling asleep and waking up was, but after only two days it already feels like home. There is something very cozy about living in this tiny space and we are already used to it. The animals are still adjusting to the move; except Sweetie who is so care-free and happy as long as she is around people. We are getting extremely excited as our adventures are just on the horizon!!

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23 thoughts on “Moving Into Our RV – Making It Home with Adventures on the Horizon

  • November 1, 2020 at 11:20 am
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    I needed to back to the beginning having only discovered your Chanel in August 2020.
    You have totally blossomed.

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  • November 1, 2020 at 11:20 am
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    I understand doing this when you are retired and have a pension and other types of income coming in, but you are young, why would you trade an appreciating asset (house) for a depreciating asset (camper trailer). My goal was to find a job with a pension attached to it, I found a county job, I bought years of service and after 17 years I retired with a decent pension, nice nest egg and when I sell my house I will finally have freedom. I wonder why you guys didn't try and do something like that, so both would have a nice income coming in every month, no worries, yes you would have to work for at least 20 plus years due to your ages but in the mean time you could still take vacation time, camp see America. One thing to think about is if this doesn't work out and money becomes an issue, it will be harder to find jobs due to not having work history or time spans with no work history. I wish you luck, hope everything works out well for you and you remain happy together, it takes a real man and a real woman to do what their hearts desire.

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  • November 1, 2020 at 11:20 am
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    You’re such a darling couple; good head on your shoulders.
    I lived in a 5th wheel for 2-1/2 years. You learn so much, but I really missed having a bathtub!!! There’s so much hyper-focused awareness upon daily titration & expenditure of resources: propane, water, electricity hook-up, generator, emptying waste tank, etc. I applaud your journey because you learn so much from it. Sometimes it can get very wearing and it becomes an unbelievable profound relief & blessing to just be able to hook up non-stop to electricity & an ongoing water source & just “being” instead of knowing that you “have to” keep going somewhere. It’ll be fascinating to see how long you decide to be RV’ing and where you decide to settle. Till then, happy trails! My brother owned 10 movie trailer 5th wheelers & traveled all over the U.S. for movies. He’s encountered quite a lot re/ RV’s.

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  • November 1, 2020 at 11:20 am
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    Love following your adventures. Am in the process myself. Been boondocking and rehabing my mh for 2 mo. S
    O I guess I am full time. Retired and loving it. 23 yrs. As truck driver

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  • November 1, 2020 at 11:20 am
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    Thanks for the reply, a lot of you tuber's and instagram'ers don't do that, very cool of you. I watched your very first video and when I saw that video game collection I thought you might of met in one as I did my girl. Still you did meet in a place that you both were involved in and that's still very cool.

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  • November 1, 2020 at 11:20 am
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    I finally found your first few videos! I a trying to get all caught up. I am going to love going on this adventure with y'all!

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  • November 1, 2020 at 11:20 am
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    Have you ever thought of doing a live broadcast on YouTube? Watch loloho honeymoon for another travel site.

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  • November 1, 2020 at 11:20 am
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    Just found you thx to my hubby! We have this exact camper and love it. We joke about living in it but it may be a bit small for full time with both of us, our 6yr old son and two dogs and fish tank lol

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  • November 1, 2020 at 11:20 am
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    Nice ….amazing the stuff we accumulate huh….and the key is stuff….why do we need all this stuff….

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