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Normal Is As Normal Does...

Saturday was moving day for the Old Girl. It was time to pack up

4 acres of lake just waiting on the water

and head north. All the time I was picking up and stowing away, I was musing about how foreign this lifestyle would be to most people. Living in less than 200 square feet of space with a well spoken and oft opinionated blond and a large sasquatch of a hairy

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When is an Unlimited AT&T Aircard not Unlimited?? We may never know.

Fulltime living in an RV is all about limits most of the time. Unless you are parked at Big Time Nirvana RV Park, there are limitations. Either the water is limited and you have to worry if there is enough water to get the soap off when you take a shower or the waste tanks are filling and you don’t have a septic outlet — will the next visit to the WC see the black

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Readers Write - Winter Heating Tips for your Recreational Vehicle

Well, it is October and that means the Subject D’Jour is Winter Heating Options for your recreation vehicle. I have talked about this subject in past posts.

Surviving the Arctic Blast

and

Winter Heating for your Recreational Vehicle

Reader Carl wrote us:

Hello, my name is Carl and I recently found your website on living full time out of your RV. I am still rather new at this having gotten laid off in march of

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A Sunday in Late October.....

Sundays of late have been catch up days. Since we are graced with dry weather and working six days to try and get this job finished, Sundays are maintenance, chores and a little chance to kick back before it all starts again.

The Calvert jobsite in Late October

I went and got water today in the 300 gallon nurse tank for the last time at this job site. The job in North Dallas

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