And Away We Go!

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Jun 102017
 

Unless something catastrophic and totally unexpected happens overnight, we will be on the road this morning, headed west. We still have to move the food from the refrigerator in the house to one in the motorhome, I have to unhook my computer and take it out to the RV, and then we are off like […]

May 102017
 

After I wrote in yesterday’s blog that Terry and I started fulltiming in our mid-40s, a couple of people who are in that age range now wrote to ask me how we could afford to do that. They wanted to know if we sold a business or got rich in the stock market or something […]

Getting A Lot Done

 Posted by at 2:04 am  Nick's Blog
Mar 062014
 

Not every day in the life of working fulltime RVers running a business on the road is about traveling or hanging out with friends at our favorite RV park before we all head out to dinner. Sometimes we actually do have to work, although I resist it as much as humanly possible. Yesterday was one […]

Back To Yuma

 Posted by at 1:50 am  Nick's Blog
Feb 162014
 

We used to do a lot of dry camping but it’s just not our thing anymore and our Winnebago motorhome isn’t set up for extended boondocking. This was reaffirmed for us on our trip to Lake Havasu City. Our house batteries, which we bought two or three years ago, have not held up well at […]

Jan 212013
 

One of the most popular and well attended seminars I presented at Life on Wheels and RV rallies across the country is Work Your Way Across the USA, which was based upon my book by the same name. Workamping in an RV park can be interesting and can help you save some money in camping […]

Mar 312012
 

Several years ago I wrote a book called Work Your Way Across The USA, which is still available in print or as an e-book from Amazon. I’ve also presented seminars on working on the road at RV rallies across the country ever since we started our career as working fulltime RVers. I’ve always said that […]