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  1. I am in the process of purchasing a used travel trailer which I am going to make my full time residence. Does anyone have any experience doing this in New Jersey. I'm trying to figure out if I can claim the trailer as my full time residence and if there are any benefits to that. If anyone has experience in this, I'd love some input!
  2. Hello, I am conducting a survey of full time RVers which will be used to create a blog post about the full time RV community. If you currently live in an RV, I would appreciate if you could complete this survey. One random respondent will be selected to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card by the end of this week. Please only respond if you are a full time RVer (stationary or traveler) and please only complete once. Survey Link: https://s.surveyplanet.com/rui5m10eU Thank you!
  3. If you are a retired pastor, are you claiming a housing allowance on your RV? If so what expenses are you considering as a part of your housing allowance?
  4. 1995 Georgie Boy Swinger - 34 ft Approx. 78,0000, Gas engine $22,900 for the RV, $4,900 for the toad We are moving to Italy and so we’re selling our completely remodeled RV and Mazda 3 tow vehicle. We’ve been traveling around full time all over the US since July and really enjoyed this motorhome. Despite it’s older looking exterior, the inside is bright and brand new, very spacious and super comfortable! We have upgraded so many things on this RV including a new roof, all new appliances, and a motorized flat screen TV, to name a few. Message me for more photos and I will be hap
  5. We have decided to downsize since we are traveling part time. So, we are selling our 2011 Monaco Monarch 33 SFS with 25K miles on the engine. This is a Class A, 34-foot Gas Coach, Ford V10, with one full bath with shower. 6 brand new tires driven approx 1600 miles (approx $4500 value) It has an electric fireplace/heater in addition to the propane fired furnace. 2 AC units with heat pumps. 2 TVs on the inside 3-way refrigerator with an ice maker. Plenty of outside storage with pass through. Full body paint. Convection microwave. The dining area has 2 chairs instead of a dinette. Great veh
  6. I've just published a 45 page resource booklet that has over 50 photos and also clickable links. For anyone who travels with pets or is thinking about traveling with pets, this booklet will be useful to you. This is my story of my first year on the road full time with numerous animals, both domestic and exotic, with lots of reference material included. Topics include how to find places to park and what your choices are; shopping; sightseeing; supplies; emergencies; and more. Authored by the owner of AnimalsAboard.com travel blog with over 50 pet-friendly reviews. $.99 as a digital dow
  7. We are selling our home base in Columbus, NM. Asking $15,000 or make an offer we can’t refuse GPS coordinates: 31°51'24.3"N 107°39'37.4"W 1.9 acre lot - live in your RV year round, put in a park model, or build a home 25x50 foot concrete pad Water, power and septic on site 2 RV electric pedestals 2 sewer outlets Columbus is a quaint village located 32 miles south of Deming, NM and 80 miles west of El Paso, TX. and only 3 miles from Palomas, Mexico where you can get your dental, vision, and pharmacy needs met by the friendly people in town. A meal and sh
  8. My wife and I recently bought a big rig from a couple which also included a membership into Thousand Trails as part of the package deal. We are currently experiencing difficulty transferring the membership, and we wonder if it is worth the effort. We would appreciate hearing about any experiences you seasoned travelers have had concerning this resort in particular and any other rv resorts you may have had experiences. It is a big investment, and while we have read other review sites on Thousand Trails, we are not sure we trust all the information on those sites, probably from our lacking very
  9. Looking for campground hosts for the season at a 111 site Corps of Engineers campground in Southern Vermont. Site with Electric, Water, and Sewer provided. Work schedule is 5 days on 5 days off. Job is posted on Federal Business Opportunities www.fbo.gov. search Solicitation #W912WJ18Q0092 for more information. Project information can be found at http://www.nae.usace.army.mil/Missions/Recreation/Ball-Mountain-Lake/
  10. Hello All. For background, I'm currently looking at trailers(toy haulers mostly) to move in to live in full time. We recently decided on going with a travel trailer instead of a generally more expensive RVIA certified tiny house and currently looking at a 2017 Heartland Prowler 261TH. One thing I'm having trouble with is how to hook up a washer/dryer in the trailer. Can anyone recommend a washer/dryer combo that can be hooked up to a faucet and standard 120V outlet? I read one article recommending a Splendide model, but wrinkles seemed to be an issue with that one. Wondering if anyone ha
  11. Hi all. I've been reading on this forum quite a bit and love how active it is. I was hoping all you experienced RVers could give my husband and me some guidance on what rig to buy. Here's our plan: We want to travel the country for at least one year with our (now) 2 year old. We are open to the idea of buying a Class C or Class A, but here are our main criteria: 1. NEEDS to have a sleeping solution for our toddler that we don't have to set up everyday (leaning towards Class C because it's more common to find bunks in those). We're also open in remodeling a closet or other space into
  12. This 40ft fifth wheel toy hauler has a large open floor plan, large windows, and lots of space. It is in great shape, and has new vinyl wood plank flooring throughout. Some of the other features: -Queen sized bed in master bedroom-Brand new sofa that turns into a Queen sized bed, with lots of storage underneath-Queen sized loft - Onan generator -Large bathroom and shower -Electric awning and security lights-Huge 12 foot garage/extra room-Opposing slides in kitchen for more floor space-Indoor/outdoor music sound system-Kitchen island for more storage and work space-Auto seeker satellite -F
  13. We are selling our full time RV package. It is a 2006 Newmar, and a 1998 Volvo VNL610. It's a great package, but we need more room and we are moving into a larger home. Here is a link to the craigslist ad: https://twinfalls.craigslist.org/rvs/6194085574.html We are still living in it and prepping to move in the next few weeks. Just wanted to get it out there. $33,250 Thanks, Greg
  14. Hello all! My fiance and I are beginning our RV hunt and leaning towards a Class B. Our plan is to live full time (hoping to start Spring 2018 after I graduate) as I run my sports massage business. Looking for input form others in a Class B on their pro's and con's. Also open to discussion from individuals against Class B.
  15. Help! We just received notice that Blue Sky will no longer cover RVs. We need to find a replacement company that works well for full timers and has liability coverage. We have an umbrella policy that will be invalid without liability coverage on either a house or an RV. Any suggestions?
  16. Hi, Anyone live in a Coachmen Clipper Cadet full time? I have been looking at them. Seems small enough but still has everything that I'd like: Toilet, shower, closet for clothes, stove top, bed, microwave. Seems like a good one to live in without having to get a big one. I've seen them for $9,995.00. It would just be me, no pets.
  17. Hey everyone! My wife and I are new RVers prepping for full time starting this August. We intend on boondocking as much as possible, so naturally I'm trying to learn about solar. Let me tell you, my head is SPINNING. I've been researching pretty heavily for days and I'm really not any closer to figuring out what to do. Some say atleast 200w, others say even more. Everyone says don't buy Harbor Freight, so that's helpful. Looking at systems, these buggers are expensive. I'm perfectly capable of installing a setup myself (and even have some knowledgeable help), but I'll say right now a $25
  18. Since I've settled on the 2016 Arctic Fox 27-5L and a Chevy Silverado 3500HD to tow it, my next step is figuring out how to add the right solar setup for boondocking and off-grid living. This gentleman seems to have a very solid setup. I'd like to copy it, although I hope to avoid putting any new holes in my rig. My daytime usage is going to be one or two laptops, a 4G hot spot, and perhaps the television. At night I'll be using the aforementioned items plus the lights. I'd like to cook with propane instead of convection/microwave and keep the fridge on propane as well. I know that
  19. Well, we are so glad to be here, and almost nervous. There are so many excellent blogs and websites listed, and we are just getting started. But here goes, and we shall jump on board anyhow. Full Timing here in Canada, all year long. Very glad to be through the process of downsizing and living in our RV and being mobile. We have a YouTube channel as well as a website, if you are wanting to know more about us crazy Canadians who live all winter in the white stuff! http://www.rvlifecanadianstyle.ca www.youtube.com/channel/UCPluQIOp3Vhvw0pUXwhJoVA
  20. Greetings, My wife and I have been full-timers for almost 10 years. We do not have a stick home, so our legal address has been Escapees in Livingston. Part of this time, we have traveled extensively, moveing every few days, and part of the time we have volunteered or worked as paid employees for the National Park Service. In the latter case, we would set still for up to six months at a time. We plan on starting to travel more, both domestic and international, so we are going to apply for TSA Global Entry. For those of you that may not be familiar, once received, this pass will allow yo
  21. Hi, We are expecting to make the transition to full timers this year. What banks have worked well for national coverage with a domicile address at Escapees in Livingston, TX? We have investments with Merrill Lynch, so BofA might make sense. Any experiences or pitfalls anyone can share? Thanks for any help, Art & Barbara Berggreen
  22. Hey all, I've been a lurking here a bit and really enjoy all the info, and feel it's time to jump in. My wife and I have been craving a big adventure for a long time and we have stumbled upon full time RVing as our ticket. But first a little background. My wife and I are in our early 30s and we have 3 girls. 4, 8 and 9. We have had our noses to the grind stone for 10 years and saved enough money to have a humble home paid for. This was a goal for us for a long time. We are debt free and loving it. Problem is .... we move all the time. like 8 times in the past 10 years of marriage. I can'
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