Tree Trimming- Florida Style

We got our last seasonal position like we get most of our jobs these days, by talking to other full time RVers we meet and sharing information about our past jobs we enjoyed or would recommend. We met a couple this past summer at our Jellystone job who travel down to Florida every year to sell Christmas Trees. We had heard of RVers doing this but rarely met anyone so we had so many questions and were lucky enough to have Burt and Dori to give us first hand experience and reassure us that the company they work for in Florida was legit. Read more about Tree Trimming- Florida Style

LAS CRUCES LOVE

It was practically love at first sight…but first, how we got there.

As I mentioned in my last post, our visit to El Paso, TX was super-short due to weather and the lack of a car. It was the first time I have been in a Walmart and didn’t see any other white people! We were impressed by how art is everywhere in El Paso – even on the highways! Here are a few photos to give you a taste.

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Off the Grid!

A sunny and brisk day beckoned us to go in search of waterfalls. This area of South Carolina boasts some of the most majestic waterfalls in the country; in fact, there are more waterfalls along the Chattooga River that runs through North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia than anywhere else in the United States. The wonderful […]

Who let the dogs do what?

Who let the dogs do WHAT?? Who? Who? Who?

We made it to Arizona last Monday.  It was a long, three-day event-filled trip from Idaho. I suppose we kind of like it that way; uneventful sounds rather boring these days. Smile. This is our first time pulling this rig on the highway, so we were curious how it would do.  We averaged 6.5 mpg. Wahoo? Read more about Who let the dogs do what?

Workamping is not a secret-

So when we meet people, which happens frequently, we get asked the same questions…I should get a t-shirt made the front says I’m a full time RVer and back is the questions.
Where are you going next? What is your favorite place? What do you do for work?
It’s like I’m psychic, but I swear every time. Read more about Workamping is not a secret-

10 Revelations We Made After Our First Year of Full Time Rving

It’s been a full year since we drove away from our three story sticks and bricks home and moved our essential belongings, including our furry babies, into our 26 foot motorhome we lovingly refer to as Starbuck.  We had officially moved into our RV on my husband’s 30th birthday, December 19th, 2014.  We took our […]

AN ARTIST’S PARADISE IN BISBEE, AZ

In the heart of the copper-covered hills in Bisbee, Arizona, you’ll find a unique community. It’s full of artists and musicians, hippies and dreamers, homeless and the well-off alike. This wonderful mix of people live in a quirky place, with homes built into hillsides and businesses up and down stairs so prevalent there is an annual competition to scale them all. Read more about AN ARTIST’S PARADISE IN BISBEE, AZ

I love the stage and entertaining our guests!

Little did I know at the time I took off on my southward adventure in January 2016 that I would stumble upon my workamping destination for my 2017 winter “home”. Since I was fairly new to the RVing lifestyle, I made a few mistakes regarding how to plan my camping destinations in Florida. I stayed […]

Amazon Caperforce- How to Prepare & Plan

You may have heard stories about working at an Amazon fulfillment center from reading not completely positive (or accurate) depictions online.  Those are the stories of former Camperforce Veterans, who packed up their RVs and headed away from their assigned fulfillment centers, just as I have, but like many other former associates I’ve enjoyed my […]