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Living In A Tin Can

When I bought my tow vehicle, I talked to other full-time RVers about whether I should go diesel or gasoline. The general consensus was that diesel would get you more power going up an incline, but in flat areas, gas would be fine. However, no one ever discussed the concept of “altitude” with me —…

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Living In A Tin Can

Are you one of those soon-to-be RVers who plans on delegating behind-the-wheel responsibility to your other half? Then I’m going to suggest that you’ll probably be bored by this post — because it’s all about choosing a rig based on how it handles. I apologize. But I’ll further suggest that you should care (and I…

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Living In A Tin Can

The most important choice you’ll make as a full-timer is picking a rig. This isn’t just some fun-bus you’ll take on one weekend trip, then leave in your driveway — it’s your HOME, for fuck’s sake! Although it (hopefully) won’t set you back as much as a plot of land, you still need to treat…

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I travel constantly, so I’m always coming into contact with strangers. (Some stranger than others!) The majority of folks I meet are wonderful — friendly, generous, doing their best to be considerate and productive members of society. However, it’s the 1% who have their heads inserted rectally that make me wonder about our species. Why…

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Those of us who live on the road full-time learn very quickly to strike a balance when it comes to our “supplies.” It’s not like a house where you can just fill your basement and attic with a lot of toys and equipment you never use (although, as a Professional Organizer, I’ve never been a…

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