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Adventurous Way wins the Grand Prize in the Outdoors RV photo contest!
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that builds homes for people in need. I joined them for 2 weeks to help out.
Our story was picked up by RV Life Magazine who published a great article about our journey.
While hiking in Saguaro National Park, we got chatting to a lady who told us about a scheme they have in Tucson. Each Saturday, you go along and pay $12 for a huge box of produce. Too good to be true? Only one way to find out!
It's hard to find a vehicle that's a comfortable daily driver, performs well off-road and is able to safely (and legally) tow our trailer. Our Ford F-150 manages it all and we love it!
There are certain things you look for when you're choosing a gym to join. How far is it from your home? Does it have good equipment? How expensive is it? But for us as full-time RVers, we ask: what are the showers like?
Our YouTube channel AdventurousWay has reached 100 subscribers and I thought I would reflect back on what I have learned so far.
It's been nearly 4 months since we quit our jobs in San Francisco to set out on a journey to visit all the National Park Units in the US, and so far we haven't done any. Those aren't very good stats! But fear not, we have been busy and we have a plan!
Despite the nomadic lifestyle of many full-time RVers, everyone in the US must have a home state. Our main reason for driving all the way from California down to Texas was to become Texas residents - to establish Texas as our domicile state.
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Home Assistant will be the brains of our entire Smart RV, so in this blog post we'll be installing it on a Raspberry Pi connected to WiFi, ready to start adding devices.
Feeling overwhelmed with all the things you think you need to buy before your first camping trip? We boil it down to the absolute bare essential RV accessories that you'll need.