Earning a Living “On The Road” from your RV – Part 2

Earning a Living From your RV… The 30,000 FOOT OVERVIEW When it comes to earning a living “on the road” from your RV, lets stipulate two things: It CAN be done You need to begin by assessing your likes and strengths This is part 2 of a 3 part series – Part 1 can be … Read more

Earning Income on the Road – First of a Series

I’ve been “on the road” nearly 5 years now, and I can say this much – RV’ing is an incredible lifestyle. I’ve “settled” into a routine where I travel about 3 months each year and then have two extended periods where I’m stationary. I choose to remain put during the summer and the winter. It … Read more

How to Buy a RV… What to Expect AFTER you purchase

 Ready to buy your RV? Issues to consider BEFORE you sign – This is (perhaps) the last post in the “How to buy a RV” series. Enjoy the content and please feel free to chime in on the discussion at the bottom of the post as it develops. Buying the right RV is a big … Read more

RV Loans – The INSIDE Story, what YOU need to know before…

RV Loans – Securing the BEST deal… (Part 5 of a “How to” Series”) It’s fun to dream isn’t it? Many folks shop for RV’s, sometimes for years dreaming of the times they’ll have the lifestyle they’ll live. For many, turning that dream into reality requires a loan as RV’s (especially new RV’s) are a … Read more

Beachfront in Brookings – Sun and Warmth on the Oregon Coast

Condensing a 6+ Hour Journey From Portland to Brookings into 15 minutes Enjoy (and GREAT music as well!) The Oregon Coast Beachfront RV Park in Brookings Yep, it happened! After 5 months in McCall Idaho with the warmest temperature being 50F, I reached the Oregon coast (the “shore”?!) to experience sunshine and near 70F in … Read more

On the road again – Always an adventure…

Pheasant Run RV Park, Portland, Oregon

It was 14 degrees and there was a thick frost on the windshield. Fortunately, in the “warmth” of yesterday afternoon (about 35F), I had already broken down the sewer and water connections. All that remained was the removal of my 120 gallon propane tank (rented for the winter) and disconnecting power. The cord was still … Read more

Epic Powder in March at Brundage!

A Brundage Powder WEEK… The temperature sat at 24F as I arrived early Wednesday morning to Brundage. The snow was falling heavily – and it was a “light” or “powdery” snow! I knew immediately it was going to be a special – and rare – day. Ski run after run featured deep, light powder – … Read more

WHERE to buy a RV … and WHAT to look for

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Does it Matter WHERE you buy your new (or used) RV?  and… What you SHOULD look for when evaluating that rig! I learned some interesting facts when I first got into RV sales last Spring. I saw people who lived in Wyoming willing to buy from a dealer in Michigan or Indiana and in some … Read more