Something We All Need a Lesson In

RV Etiquette – Everyone needs a lesson in all things Etiquette at some point or another.  As I’m researching the RV lifestyle, I have come across so many blogs, YouTube channels, websites, etc…it’s so overwhelming! I keep going back to one YouTube channel – Long Long Honeymoon. They are so down to earth and very […]

Rendezvous Webinar Scheduled for Today!

After last week’s blog all about Rendezvous…I’m sure you have questions!  Join Steve Anderson, President of Workamper News and Sharee Collier, Director of Operations in a FREE online webinar.  They will explain all about Rendezvous! This webinar is happening TODAY!  Yes! TODAY – JUNE 19th!  Set your reminders and alarms for 3 pm CST and […]

Planning Your RV Trip

If you are not quite ready to go full-time and are just getting your feet wet but want to take the rig out for a few days, here are some good pointers on planning that epic first trip. I researched several sites for my own trip in the future and these are what I came […]

Steps to a Quick Hook Up…For Your Campsite

In today’s blog, you are going to learn how to set up your campsite.  You may want to change the order, or it might be completely different if you have a Class A, Class C,  Van, etc.  This tutorial is really for beginners and how to cut some time in setting up.  The first few […]

Are You New to Workamping?

It’s finally spring! I think. Here in Heber Springs, Arkansas, at the headquarters of Workamper News, spring has been cool this year. I’m not complaining. The high humidity and 100 degree days will be here soon enough. My electric bill is liking it as well. Workampers are also heading to their summer jobs. If you’re […]

SIMPLE BBQ CONVERSION from RV365Life

A summer before we left on our trip I had purchased an inexpensive Master Chef Portable BBQ on sale 50% off. The intention was to bring this along on camping trips but we never used it, so it came along with the trailer. It is a cheap unit so I didn’t have high expectations but it’s […]

Happy Thanksgiving from Workamper News!

Where ever you Workamping adventures have carried you to for this beautiful Thanksgiving Day, lets all take a moment to remember to give thanks for the opportunity and the ability for each of us to live this lifestyle. Many of us take this life for granted, which is easy to do when you’re out having […]

RV Travel Preparations:

Once again, we are in the process of packing up and setting off to our next destination.  I’d like to say that we are up and out of a place within 15 or 20 minutes, but that typically isn’t the case.  When it comes to packing up our 26 foot motorhome and leaving,  we have learned that this process can take a couple of hours, minimum.  If we are work camping at a location for a month or more,  we may spread out the tasks over a period of days.

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Singing For Our Dinner

Some might think “Let’s Take This Show On The Road” is a nice expression, a whimsical notion.  Well, we, One Story, decided to make it our Truth.  Now, we are no strangers to singing for our dinner.  Living in a resort town for the past four years we have been able to get pretty well established as a musical duo getting to play our music at many local venues and even picking up a few residencies along the way.  So when making the decision to become a full time RV family it was pretty easy to figure out how we would make the bulk of our income.

The REAL Truth about Full Time RVing with your Spouse

When my wife and I were first looking into full time RVing, we read lots of books and blogs about the subject. Every book or blog we read had the following one sentence for couples, “Make sure you love your traveling partner!” This was good advice, but it wasn’t specific. It didn’t help me much. […]