Howard

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Name: Howard Jaros
Date registered: June 27, 2014
URL: http://yourfulltimervliving.com

Latest posts

  1. Lindsey, the RVing Corgi Early Summer 2018 Update — June 20, 2018
  2. Lindsey, the RVing Corgi Early Spring 2018 Update — May 4, 2018
  3. Lindsey, the RVing Corgi Winter 2018 Update — February 15, 2018
  4. The RV Show USA — January 15, 2018
  5. Lindsey, the RVing Corgi Early Winter 2017 Update — December 22, 2017

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  1. The Best 5th Wheel RV For You — 101 comments
  2. Best WiFi Booster for an RV! — 41 comments
  3. RV Tech Course – Get Paid Putting Your RV Knowledge to Use! — 32 comments
  4. RV Black Water Tank Problems – RV Black Tank Cleaning Wand — 22 comments
  5. The Best RV Buy For Full Time RV Living! — 16 comments

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Jun 20

Lindsey, the RVing Corgi Early Summer 2018 Update

  Lindsey the full time RVing Corgi here.  It has been awfully hot lately!  It seems like we went from winter to summer in a matter of weeks.  I have been spending more time indoors because it is way too hot for this furball! Mom and Dad have been spending a fair bit of time …

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May 04

Lindsey, the RVing Corgi Early Spring 2018 Update

Well, Spring is finally here and I am glad!  It was a cold Winter and I don’t think my old bones could take any more of the cold weather that I and the RV have had to endure. When I last wrote it was really cold!  I was wrapped up in my blanket that Mom …

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Feb 15

Lindsey, the RVing Corgi Winter 2018 Update

Well, what can a Corgi say about this winter . . . . . Brrrrrrrrrrrr!  Mom bought me two new fleece blankets to help keep me warm!   I have been hiding under them a lot!  Here I am in my crate.   Mom caught me trying to keep warm. It has been so cold I have had …

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Jan 15

The RV Show USA

Check Out: “The RV Show USA” We discussed with Alan Warren, the show’s host, the full time RV living lifestyle: who we are, how we got started, how you can do it too, and ways to afford the lifestyle! ===> Part One – The Full Time RV Living Lifestyle <===  ===> Part Two – How You …

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Dec 22

Lindsey, the RVing Corgi Early Winter 2017 Update

Hello, from Lindsey the full time RV living Corgi! It has been a few months since I last checked in. Please forgive me as I am an older Corgi and I seem to nap more frequently than when I was younger. Plus, the home on wheels has been moving around a lot these past few …

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Dec 19

Kidde Safety Recall – Kidde Extinguisher Recall

The Kidde Company (pronounced Kida) announced a massive recall on the fire extinguishers that they produce.  This Kidde safety recall has been initiated for the safety of its customers.  The Kidde extinguisher recall is on certain Kidde fire extinguishers.  The company says they are broadcasting this recall voluntarily and that they will replace it for …

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Sep 26

Lindsey the RVing Corgi Early Fall 2017 Update

Since my last post telling you all about my emergency surgery, I have been a busy Corgi!   Mom and Dad keep moving my home on wheels.  Since July I have been in nine states.  I have spent a lot of time getting lulled to sleep by the drone of the road as Mom and Dad drive …

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Aug 21

Pay Attention to Gas Prices Near State Lines!

So far this year, Pam, Lindsey, and I, as we have traveled, we have gone at least 500 miles to the next destination. This kind of travel has taken us across multiple state lines, sometimes a couple of them a day.  I frequently pay attention to gas prices near me as we move across state …

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Jul 06

Lindsey, the RVing Corgi Summer 2017 Update

Well, a lot sure has happened since my last post!  Unfortunately, it happened to me. Mom was doing her daily brushing of my fur and noticed a bump on my really cute Corgi butt!  No pride here. Mom was really concerned and decided to take me to the vet for testing on the new growth. …

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Jun 18

Lindsey, the RVing Corgi Early Summer 2017 Update

Lindsey here!  Since my last writing, I have been in eleven states.  Mom and Dad still keep moving my home on wheels.  They say full time RV living for them involves traveling and working in multiple locations in order to grow their business.  I don’t know what that means but I do get to leave …

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May 27

Royal Gorge Bridge Park

Full time RV living allows for such great opportunities to work and visit beautiful locations.  We recently had the opportunity to be back in Colorado.  We took our RV home to Canon City.  A must visit place was the Royal Gorge Bridge Park! We were in the area to teach a morning business session during RV …

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Apr 28

Walmart Overnight Parking – Is RV Wally Docking Safe?

While out enjoying the full time RV living lifestyle Pam and I spend a fair bit of time at Walmart Overnight Parking spots because we are on the move a lot.  There are many occasions as we are traveling from one RV training location to another that we just don’t have the time to seek out …

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Apr 05

Lindsey, the RVing Corgi Spring 2017 Update

Lindsey here!  Sorry I have not been writing as much as I have before.  I have been busy traveling because Mom and Dad keep moving our home on wheels every week or so.  Also, they are around so much I can’t even get my paws on a computer to use. I can’t believe it has been …

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Jan 11

Driving I 10 Through Louisiana – December 2016

Traveling through Louisiana along I 10 and I 20 has always been an adventure for us. We get asked by other RVers who are traveling along I 10, headed east or west, how is driving I 10 through Louisiana?  In our years of travel, we have avoided I 10 because it has always been really …

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Dec 18

RV Maintenance Training – Learn at Home

Since I started my full time RVing website in 2012, we have over those years offered to assist folks with their RV problems.  People come to our site and leave us questions to see if we can help them with their issues. When problems arise and we tell ourselves that it is really bad and …

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Nov 29

Late Fall 2016 Update

Pam and I are now entering our ninth year of full time RV living.  It is surprising how quickly that time has gone and the many miles we have traveled.  Are we tired of it? Absolutely not! We have been to many great places and made wonderful friendships on our many journeys. When we started …

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Nov 01

The NRVIA Saves Another One!

Heber Springs, AR – HMRVI Corporation just completed a two-day event at the annual NRVIA Conference.  Owners Howard and Pam Jaros are delighted to share the stories their business, as well as others, have had on the lives of RV owners.  Howard says, “I am working hard to let RV buyers know that certified NRVIA …

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Oct 26

Fall 2016 Update

Pam, Lindsey and I left Florida to travel north to escape the active hurricane season and to attend to some business matters.  Here are some of the things we witnessed and experienced.   What it’s like to be at the Hershey RV Show The Hershey, PA RV Show is held in September each year.  Most …

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Oct 18

Late Summer 2016 Update

Evacuating From a Hurricane One thing we have to deal with when visiting Florida and staying along the Gulf Coast is Hurricanes! In our almost nine years of full time RV living, we have had to evacuate from the RV park we were staying in twice! A few days before the Labor Day weekend made …

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Aug 14

Understanding Florida Concealed Carry Laws – Part II

In part one of this article, I introduced some of the Florida concealed carry laws.  I addressed the places you can legally carry a concealed firearm, the crimes which may be justified to use deadly force when defending yourself, how your conduct will be measured once you do use deadly force, and when can deadly …

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Aug 08

Understanding Florida Concealed Carry Laws

Recently I posted an article on my website about the process for getting a Florida Concealed Carry Permit.  I would like to expand upon that discussion and talk about understanding Florida concealed carry laws. When you are full time RV living it is especially important to know what the laws are regarding carrying a concealed …

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Jul 31

Getting a Florida Concealed Carry Permit!

Having just been through the process I can tell you that getting a Florida concealed carry permit is not a quick process.  It is easy but it takes time!  I will share with you here what it took for me to obtain mine! What is a Florida Concealed Carry Permit, or what some call a …

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Jun 28

RV Gas Mileage – Can You Improve Your Results?

Should an RVer be concerned about RV gas mileage? Should you care about how far your RV can go on a tank of gas and how many miles per gallon you get?  Is there a better way for you to improve your results at the pump?   I am more concerned about taking it easy …

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Jun 21

RV Fire Safety – We Almost Lost it All!

When it comes to RV fire safety, you must take the necessary steps to be prepared! We learned this one the hard way and almost lost our RV and all we owned!  It was because we were relatively new full time RVers and trusted the advice of others without checking the facts. It was an RV …

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May 20

RV Slide Out Problems – Lindsey’s Bark Report

Baroo!  Hello again to all my furry and human followers.  Lindsey the full time RV living Corgi here with my latest and greatest Bark Report.  Mom has been seeing lots of stuff on human Face Book about RV Slide Out Problems.  Since I hear Mom and Dad talking about these issues I thought I would …

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May 16

Spring 2016 Update

Hello Everyone and Happy Springtime greetings! Depending on where you are in the country it either still feels like winter or perhaps like summer!  The weather in the United States has been a bit goofy so far this year! Since our last full time RV living Winter update, Pam and I finished up our series …

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Apr 20

RV Horror Stories – RV Inspections Needed!

One thing is for sure when purchasing an RV; you need to do your homework!  If you are unsure of what you are getting yourself into, please seek the assistance of a professional! What I would like to share in this post is a few stories about RV buyers that have been saved from purchasing a …

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Apr 13

Lowering the Average RV Park Fees

When it comes to budgeting for the full time and part time RV lifestyle, applying methods that lower the average RV park fees can add up the savings over the course of a year! Pam and I use multiple methods to cut our average RV park fees, and we would like to share some of those …

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Apr 10

RV Newbie Tips – Lindsey’s Bark Report

Baroo!  Welcome to all my furry and non-furry followers.  Lindsey here with my latest Bark Report.   This time, I am going to Bark at you all about RV Newbie Tips.  Mom and Dad get lots of questions from people who have never had an RV, and I want to help them out because they …

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Apr 04

Full-Time RV Living: The Importance of RV Tire Maintenance, Part 3

The Importance of RV Tire Maintenance!   In parts one and two of the importance of RV tire maintenance, I discussed air pressure based on actual RV loading, regular visual inspections of your RV tires, tire pressure monitor systems, what to do with RV tires that are stored or sit static for months during full …

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Mar 15

Inspecting a Used RV – Lindsey’s Bark Report

Baroo! Hello, my human and furry followers.  Lindsey here with my Bark Report. Today I want to bark at you about inspecting a used RV.  I got to go with mom and dad on an inspection. A real NRVIA, third party unbiased inspection.  Ha! And Dad thinks I don’t listen!  WRONG!  And I’m here to …

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Mar 14

Small RV Living Full Time Update

We have people ask Pam and I, “why would you want to live in such a small RV?  Are you crazy?” So, I thought it was time for a small RV living full time update!  Since we just celebrated our first year in our second full time RV living RV, and in our eighth year …

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Mar 01

Selecting an RV for Full Time RV Living!

One of the most popular posts on my website is the one that talks about the best 5th wheel RV for you.  That proves to me that selecting an RV to buy is a difficult choice, especially if the person making the choice has never traveled in an RV before! There are many determinations to make …

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Feb 29

Natural Home Remedies Controlling Pest Insects Bugs – Lindseys Bark Report

Barooooo!  Guess who?  It’s me Lindsey back with another new Bark Report.  This time, I want to bark at you all about an icky subject, natural home remedies controlling pest insects bugs in and around your RV. (Sorry no significant others will be covered in this report.) For me, they provide a good, quick protein …

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Feb 15

Winter 2016 Update

Since our Fall Update, Pam and I have been back in Florida.  We spent time in the panhandle of Florida from mid-November to early January 2016.  Pam and I enjoy the Destin area of Florida because of the beautiful white sand beaches and gorgeous sunsets!  It was a warm Thanksgiving and early December! In early January, …

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Feb 09

RVing in Florida in Winter

Baroo!  Hello, my furry and non-furry followers. Lindsey here with my Bark Report.  I’m here to bark at you about RVing in Florida in the Winter.  Mom’s computer machine quit, so my puppy paws had to hold back on my topic.  Since we’ve been RVing for the past 53 dog years (that’s seven plus human …

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Jan 30

Full-Time RV Living: The Importance of RV Tire Maintenance, Part 2

In part one of this article I talked about the importance of setting the correct cold tire pressure based on the loaded weight of an RV.  I also discussed inspecting the RV’s tires before each trip and when is the best time to replace those tires. In part two of this article, I would like …

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Jan 21

Full-Time RV Living: The Importance of RV Tire Maintenance, Part 1

For any RVer, proper tire maintenance is imperative.  But, for the RVer enjoying the full time RV living lifestyle, regular RV tire maintenance is, even more, critical. Some people who live full time in their RV’s tend to move them even less than those that don’t.  They may park in areas where less consideration is …

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Dec 24

Fall 2015 Update

After a long summer on the road, we are back in Florida for the winter season.  Pam and I left Florida last June with the intent of visiting/traveling through seventeen states.  Our purpose for the summer travel was to attend RV shows and teach advanced RV inspector classes in the northeast states. Our plans worked …

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Dec 08

Fur-ther Adventures of an RVing Corgi Dog

Barooo!! Lindsey here to update Y’all on my fur-ther RVing adventures. We are now back in the sunshine state. Yea! I got to get some sand in my paws again. (No, not on the beach. Not cool here in Walton County. It’s illegal. No fur-babies on the beach.) I got to tell you we had quite …

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Dec 04

RV Dehumidifier – Eva Dry Dehumidifier

One of the biggest invisible problems that come with living in an RV full time is moisture in the air!  Pam and I measure our interior and outdoor humidity levels, and we have discovered that we can not live without an RV dehumidifier!  And since we live in a small RV we use an Eva-Dry Dehumidifier. …

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Nov 28

RV Inspection Business – RV home Inspection Courses Online

Why You Should Consider Starting an RV Inspection Business Now, more than ever, RV buyers are looking for ways to be sure the RV they are purchasing is worth the money, and it is safe to travel in.  Up until recently there was never an organized way to get this kind of assistance.  But now …

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Nov 23

Full Time RV Living: Making Money While Enjoying the Lifestyle!

Pam and I get into many discussions with potential full-time time RVers about the cost of living the full-time RV lifestyle. One question that always comes up is how can these costs be subsidized so one can enjoy being a full-time RVer?  Are there ways to live the full-time RV lifestyle and make a living …

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Nov 17

An RVing Corgi Answer- How Does RV Water System Work!

Baroooo! Lindsey checking in with my Bark Report. Boy, my bad.  Mom says I just haven’t been barking enough the last couple weeks. (Insert dirty look from dad.) But I am here to bark at you this week  to answer inquiring minds asking, how does RV Water System work. I promised Dad I would do …

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Nov 07

Thousand Trails RV Parks – Our Experiences

Pam and I have visited a number of Thousand Trails RV Parks and stayed at a few. We have discovered a few things about their systems and parks that we would like to pass along to you! Now I will start out by saying that we are not ones to stay in an area for …

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Nov 01

Full Time RV Living: Buying a 5th Wheel or a Motorized RV!

For those starting out full time RV living, there is a very important decision that has to be made.  That is choosing a 5th wheel RV or a motorized one! I know this to be true as I observe the amount of traffic to my full time RV living website article that discusses the best …

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Oct 12

Learning RV Electrical Systems from a Corgi’s Perspective

  Barooo! That’s Corgi-ese for Hello from Lindsey with my Weekly Bark Report. I want to bark at about Learning RV Electrical Systems. I’m really really excited cuz I got to go to a neato RV Main-ten-ence Course that The Texas RV Professor teaches all over the country. (You think he’d get me a big ole cowboy …

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Oct 10

Is Full Time RV Living For You?

Is Full Time RV Living For You? Full time RV living is a dream for many and a mystery for some.  People wonder if full time life on the road, in their RV, is for them.  Others see the lifestyle being lived by others and decide to start searching out a possible full time RV …

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Sep 22

Camping Etiquette – Lindsey the Corgi’s Bark Report

Barooo! It’s me Lindsey with my latest Bark Report.  This time, I want to bark at you about Camping Etiquette.   As a fulltime camping pupster, I’ve seen alot of campers that maybe just don’t know what is considered polite and what isn’t.  And since Mom and Dad are always barkin’ at me to be a considerate …

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Sep 16

Free Things to do at Niagara Falls

free things to do at niagara falls

Ten Free Things to do at Niagara Falls   When coming to Niagara Falls in an RV, and you are cost conscious, there are great things to do that do not cost anything at all!  That is what makes this such an amazing destination for those that do not need to spend money to have …

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Sep 09

Cabela’s RV Park – Our Recent Adventure!

cabela's rv park

While trying to avoid the high RV park prices of a holiday weekend, Pam and I decided to boondock for three days at the unofficial Cabela’s RV park.   As we travel about enjoying the full time RV lifestyle we try to average about twenty dollars per night for our camping fees.  We do that …

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Sep 07

Passport America Campgrounds – Passport America Reviews

passport america campgrounds

When looking for discount camping for full time RV living, there are several options to choose from. One of the options that Pam and I chose early on was to stay at Passport America Campgrounds.  We checked out a lot of the Passport America reviews and decided that fifty percent savings for a nominal yearly …

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Aug 28

Crossing Border Into Canada – Taking the Rainbow Bridge to Canada

Are you thinking of crossing border into Canada?  Are you going to be near the Niagara Falls area and thinking about taking the Rainbow Bridge to Canada?  Yes, there is a Rainbow bridge you can walk, bike or drive across to get into their country.  We were hoping to see our beloved pets on the …

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Aug 26

Boondocking with Dogs at Niagara Falls

  Hello my furry 4 legged and human followers. Lindsey here checkin’ in again with my Weekly Bark Report. This week I want to bark at you about Boondocking with Dogs at Niagara Falls. (I think a better name would be Boon-Dogging.  Whatcha all think? Or am I barkin’ up the wrong tree? Ha! Get …

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Aug 26

RV Safety Tips – Consider Weighing Your RV!

Traveling in an RV is one of the greatest ways to get out and visit great places.  No matter where you are you always have your home with you!  For full time RVers, this is especially true!  However, one thing I have observed in our seven years of full time RV living is that some …

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Aug 19

Full Time RV Living Update

Greetings from our RV! Pam, Lindsey and I are currently in Jefferson, Ohio spending some time at a Thousand Trails RV park and enjoying full time RV living!  It’s hard to believe we started doing this back in 2008 and it has already been that long ago.  Time sure goes by fast! There have been …

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Aug 17

Lindsey Lovin’ Small RV Living

Hello my furry and human followers.  Lindsey here lovin’ Small RV Living with my Weekly Bark Report.  Mom and Dad call our small home on wheels a Winnie-Bagel Aspect. Not sure why.  I know what a bagel is but I thought Winnie was a bear.  A poo bear to be exact.  Hmm.  He must be …

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Jul 31

Glamping with Dogs RV Style

Hello again to all my furry followers. For this week’s Bark Report  I want to talk to y’all about somethin’ I jus learned about called Glamping with Dogs, RV style. I was thinkin’ pretty hard what I could bark at you about this week and suddenly it came to me.  I been pickin’ up sniffs and pees-ess …

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Jul 31

RV Battery Issues – Understanding Your RV’s Electrical Systems

RV Battery Issues

When it comes to enjoying all your RV has to offer, you also need to be aware of problems that can occur.  And some of these can make for a terrible RVing day!  RV Battery issues are something that falls into this category.  With a little basic understanding, you will find that you can maintain …

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Jul 20

Corgi Dogs and RVs United

Hello my four legged and two legged followers. Lindsey here with my Weekly Bark Report to report on how Corgi Dogs and RVs united at the Middlebury KOA.  As promised I’m here to give you first paw account on Corgi-Palooza that Mz Hope hosted. You are hearin’ it straight from the corgi’s mouth as this …

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Jul 07

July 4 Pets Peeved

My Weekly Bark Report this time is for the Scare Me To Death Day, or better known as July 4 Pets Peeved (Do I need to mention that I really do not look forward to this day every year? Makes me really Peeved. How about y’all?)  Mom and Dad call it a July 4 Cell-e-bray-shun …

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Jun 29

RV Black Water Tank Problems – RV Black Tank Cleaning Wand

rv black water tank

As a full time RVer, we deal with a lot of crap on a year-round basis!  And I am not talking about life situations here.  I am referring to fecal matter.  If you use your RV a lot, RV black water tank problems will arise!  There are easy methods to use to “clear things up”, but …

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Jun 25

RV Camping Dogs

BAROOOO!  Hello again from Lindsey on the Road.  I wuf being a part of the RVCDA, or better known as the RV Camping Dogs of America.  (I just made that up but you can use it.) So for this Weekly Bark Report I want to say I’m soooooo excited to see my fur-friends again here …

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Jun 14

RV Home Inspector Classes

home inspection classes

If you are looking to become a Home Inspector, why not consider a less competitive market and become an RV Home Inspector.  Through the NRVIA, RV Home Inspector Classes are offered around the country.  This new industry is emerging just as the home inspection industry did back in the 1970’s. As a full time RVer …

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Jun 14

On The Road Again, from a Corgi’s Perspective

Bark Bark, Woof Bark.  Translation: On the Road Again from Lindsey and my Weekly Bark Report.  Mom and Dad says Willie Nelson is our theme song, whatever that means. It’s been tough this past week. They’ve been doing too much playing and not paying enough attention to me. This road thing is supposed to include me. …

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Jun 11

A Beach Day

Pam and I took an afternoon and decided to go visit the beach while we were passing through Brunswick, GA,  We had just left the beach in Carrabelle, FL as we are starting our journey out of Florida for the summer and fall.  We stayed at Carabelle Beach RV Resort.  It was right across the street …

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May 28

RV Sewer Hose – One of the Joys of RV Life!

Dealing with the RV sewer hose is one of the joys we get to deal with as RVers!  Whether you are a full-timer, a weekend warrior or the occasional user of an RV, sooner or later you will have a fecal incident!! Since we switched over from the behemoth 5th wheel RV rig to our more …

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May 27

Lindsey Living the RV Lifestyle

Hi to all my fellow tree sniffers and leg lifters.  Lindsey here with my Weekly Bark Report.  I know, mom says I been bad cuz I haven’t kept everyone up to date.  My bad.  I got really lazy with all this hot weather.  Makes my paws stink.  Does anyone else have “Frito Paws”?  Mom is …

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May 19

Home Based Business Opportunity Idea: Start Home Inspection Business for RV’s!

Sure, everyone would like to have a business that is based out of their home!  But, the big problem is coming up with a home based business opportunity idea!  Most people have a hard time coming out of the corporate world where they may have been successful in one area of expertise and moving forward …

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May 13

Norcold Refrigerator Solutions – Ways to Avoid Problems!

We have had three different refrigerators in the RV’s we have owned: two were Norcold refrigerators and one was a residential fridge.  I personally would take the residential fridge over the gas/electric Norcold refrigerator any day.  However, in certain size RV’s, it just makes more sense for the RV manufacturers to put in the absorption …

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May 10

Control Dog Shedding – RV style!

Okay, it’s me, Lindsey again. Here with the “RV Weekly Bark Report” you’ve all been waiting for.  This week’s topic really curls my tail . . . Oh, I don’t have one!  Well, it really curls my big ears: can’t we control dog shedding? Dad calls me a hair bag all the time!  He says …

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May 08

Finding Good Florida RV Campgrounds

Finding Good Florida RV Campgrounds Stephen King calls Florida the land of the newlywed and nearly dead.  I have heard others call Florida God’s waiting room.  Certainly I have observed one thing for sure: Florida RV campgrounds are old!  We have had a tough time finding parks that are newer, that offer even basic services …

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Apr 30

Full Time RVing Dogs – with Lindsey as the Co-Pilot

Lindsey checking in here with the “RV Weekly Bark Report”.  I just wanted to have my say about this whole Full Time RVing Dogs thing.  Mom and Dad give their opinions but where’s the voice of the furbabies. First off, I want to say I don’t appreciate being call neurotic, whatever that means.  They take me …

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Apr 29

Living in a Small RV!

Greetings Everyone!  Pam and I are taking our web site in a new direction! We want to share more of our personal experiences with you in regards to the full time RV living lifestyle.  We have been fairly static in the past seven years of full time life, but since we have changed from the …

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Mar 26

Full Time in a Small RV – How Small a Space Can You Live in?

Well, we did it!  We decided, due to business needs, to full time in a smaller RV!  For the past six plus years, we have been living in our forty foot 5th wheel pulled by our Freightliner Sportchassis.  It was very comfortable and served our needs well for that time. But one thing is for …

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Feb 03

Tiny RV Homes – How Small an RV Can You Really Live In?

The longer we live in our RV, the bigger it gets!  Does that sound strange? Over the past six years, we have discovered how little space you need to be comfortable.  It makes me realize why some folks choose to live in what some would consider as tiny RV homes. For us, the only reason …

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Jan 03

5th Wheel Platform – Build Your Own!

For RVers with 5th wheels, and especially those that enjoy full time RV living, sometimes we just need a little more cargo-carrying capacity! Especially if you want to bring along the motorcycle or the scooter!  I had this problem until I decided to build my own 5th wheel platform to carry my 305 pound Honda …

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Dec 27

Can You Learn How to Write a Blog for Money?

Many people these days want to work from home!  It does not matter if that home is an apartment, a condo, a house, or like myself, an RV.  There are ways to generate income in the online world!  The trick is to find a way to learn from others who are successfully doing that! How to Write a …

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Dec 23

Cheap RV Accessories – Cool RV Accessories

When enjoying either the part time or full time RV living lifestyle, one cannot survive without some of the cheap RV accessories that are available to buy!  Well yes, you can survive, but some of these cool RV accessories sure make RV living just a little better!   Cheap RV Accessories   One of the …

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Dec 20

RV Awning Lights – LED Awning lights are Awesome!

I have noticed an emerging trend among the full time RVers who love their gadgets!  And I am in complete agreement on this one!  RV awning lights, especially led awning lights, are pretty amazing when you see them on at night!  This newer technology allows the daytime fun to carry into the night time without …

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Dec 18

RV Travel With Firearms

There are those who adopt the full time RV living lifestyle that do carry weapons on board their RV’s!  This important article is worth reading if RV travel with firearms is something you do.     A friend if mine, S.M. Ingersoll at laymenstactical.com was invited to help offer his valuable opinion on this subject. …

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Dec 16

Best WiFi Booster for an RV!

While enjoying the full time RV living lifestyle, one cannot be without a good internet signal!  There is nothing more frustrating than being in an RV park that advertises free internet access, and you are in your RV without a connection to the outside world!  I may have a solution to this problem.  I may …

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Dec 13

RV Park Jobs – What are They Like?

People looking to join the full time RV living lifestyle often decide they need work camping jobs to make ends meet.  But, if they have never done this type of thing before a big question they may have is what are RV park jobs really like?  You can visit my discussion on work camper job listings to …

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Dec 11

RV Tire Pressure – Know Before You Go!

When it comes to RV safety on the road, you should be checking your RV tire pressure before each trip!  The only thing that allows the loaded RV to travel safely down the road is the air in those tires.  Too little or too much RV tire pressure can lead to tire failure.  So what …

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Dec 08

Work Camper Job Listings

Did you find this web page because you were looking for work camper job listings?  Well, you have come to the right place!  Pam and I have been work camping for six years, and we are now entering our seventh.  We love the lifestyle and would highly recommend it to anyone who has an adventurous …

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Dec 07

RV Buying Tips – The Best is Inspect a Used RV!

One of the best RV buying tips I can give you when you are purchasing a used RV is to get it inspected!  By spending the time to inspect a used RV, you will save yourself headaches later on.  You will also be told all the things on the RV that need attention before you …

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Dec 04

RV Tech Course – Improve Your RV Lifestyle

Earlier this year I decided to take an RV Tech Course.  I wanted to learn how to fix things on my RV myself.  By doing so I knew I could improve my RV lifestyle because Pam would be a lot happier, and me too, not having to be without systems in the RV that we …

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Dec 02

Home Business Tax Tips for Full Time RV Living

When your RV is your home, it is important to have a tax plan.  For those of us who want the savings that come from running a business out of their RV home, I have some home business tax tips for those enjoying full time RV living.     The Best Way to Write Off an …

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Nov 29

The Best RV Buy For Full Time RV Living!

What is the best RV buy if you are looking at the full time RV lifestyle? There are many considerations to be made when finally deciding to choose an RV that will be your home on the road!  Let’s see if I can’t help you out a little by suggesting some things to think about …

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Nov 27

RV Kitchen Accessories – Love is a Portable Induction Cooktop!

Fulltime RV living can have its challenges when it comes to the kitchen!  In our six years of living the fulltime RV life, we have adopted some methods that really help out in the RV kitchen.  We are thankful that there are great RV kitchen accessories out there that aid in the enjoyment of cooking …

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Nov 25

Don’t be an Ugly Workamper!

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My friend Steve Anderson over at Workamper News says that there is a shift going on in the workamper world.  There is a changing paradigm among the newer crop of workampers entering the lifestyle.  And unfortunately, from what some employers are saying, they are not happy about it!   What is a Workamper?   According to …

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Oct 01

RV Inspection in Florida – For Full Time RVers Its a Must!

If you are looking for an RV Inspection in Florida, then you will be happy to know that there is a national organization, and local inspectors, that are available in Florida to do certified RV Inspections! Whether you are a casual RVer, one who is looking to be a full time RVer, or you are …

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Sep 10

RV Tech Course – Get Paid Putting Your RV Knowledge to Use!

What is one of the biggest expenses in owning an RV, other than fueling it up?  Maintenance!  When things go wrong, you have to call someone to fix it!  And that usually can involve some significant expense!  Do you know that eighty percent of the things that break in an RV are easy to fix?  An …

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Jul 26

Used RV Inspection – Don’t Leave Home Without One!

RV Inspection Service Do you have the desire to travel in an RV with your family?  Do you want to do that so you can create lasting memories with them while enjoying the freedom on the road that only comes when you travel in an RV? Do you know what to look for when buying …

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Jul 25

NRVIA Inspectors – What Are They All About?

You may have heard the term NRVIA recently and wondered what is this organization all about?  It has the term RV in it.  You may have heard of the RVIA, the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association, so is it affiliated with that?  Recently I went to an RV show and was asked what are NRVIA Inspectors (they …

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Jul 20

Work Camping Jobs – Choosing the Best One!

Sanitizing RV fresh water tank

Pam and I have been enjoying various work camping jobs for six years.  We love the lifestyle and the ability to be able to go where the jobs that we want are located.  In that time, we have used Workamper News as our resource to find the jobs that we want, in the locations we …

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Jul 19

White Trailer Trash – Who Can Afford To Join Our Club!

rv park jobs

White trailer trash is a derogatory North American English term for poor people living in trailers or mobile homes, especially individuals who live in trailer parks.  It is particularly used concerning white people living in such circumstances and can be considered to fall into the category of a racial slur.  Least that’s what Wikipedia defines …

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Jul 10

RV Camping Clubs – Can You Gain By Joining?

I think anyone who uses their RV regularly, whether part time or full time, should be a member of at least one of the RV camping clubs out there.  I will share in this post a few of the ones out there that might be of interest to you! “So Many Options! Which one is best …

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Jul 08

RV Mail Forwarding Service – Peace of Mind While Full Time RVing!

RV Mail Forwarding Service

One of the bigger issues full timers have when starting the lifestyle is how to deal with receiving mail.  You have to have a physical address for insurance, vehicle registrations, and banking.  Even in this electronic age of sending the needed documents via email, you still are required to maintain a domicile address once the …

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Jul 06

Waterless Wash Wax Products – The Best Way to Let Your RV Shine On!

If you are a fan of driving a nice looking vehicle, than the latest waterless wash wax products just might be the way for you to easily achieve a great shine without all the water washing, applying wax, and removing wax.   I got my first car when I was eighteen!  Now, I grew up …

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Jul 06

RV Travel With Pets – Be Prepared So They Are Welcome Too!

Our RVing Kids

RV travel with pets allows you to take your beloved family member along with you!  Not having to put them in a boarding facility where they may pick up diseases, not to mention bad habits, is a good reason to bring them along.   But, this takes a little preparedness so that when you hop aboard to …

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Jul 05

RV Hot Skin – Condition Causes Death of a Young Boy!

There’s nothing more disheartening than hearing a story like this: a child touches an RV and is killed by electrocution!  How can you die from touching an RV that is plugged into an electrical source?  The condition is called RV hot skin, and I would like to share a few thoughts that might help you …

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Jul 03

RV Fire Causes – Ways to Save Your Life!

Class a Motor Home Fire

An RV fire is something I hope you don’t ever have to deal with, especially when one is a full time RVer!  For those that are traveling either part or full time in our homes on wheels, an RV fire can ruin a vacation, possibly create injury, could lead to financial loss or even death …

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Jul 01

RV Surge Protector – Can You Live Without One?

RV Surge Protector

An RV surge protector is designed to assist you when plugging your RV into an unknown power source such as an RV park, a storage unit, a friends home, etc.  The RV surge protector is designed to analyze the power source for a proper ground and neutral, not have reverse polarity issues, and no high …

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Jun 30

Do It Yourself RV TV Mount

With the advent of the newer and cheaper flat screen led TV’s, it has made it easy to upgrade those older TV’s in your used RV.  A do-it-yourself RV TV mount is a fairly easy thing to do to replace that old style analog tv. You can also get rid of the converter box and create …

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Jun 29

Weigh Your RV For Safety Sake!

Weigh Your RV

Is it really necessary to weigh your RV?  If you keep the tire pressure at the manufacturer’s recommended value, won’t that do?  Let me suggest what could happen if you are wrong.  If you put more weight in an RV then you thought you were actually carrying, and the tires are not set at the correct …

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Jun 27

The Best 5th Wheel RV For You

What is the best 5th wheel RV for you?  Pam and I get asked that question a lot as we travel about. People see ours and wonder why we chose the one we did, and what would work best for them? There are so many 5th wheel makes models and price points!  It is a huge task …

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Jun 26

When To Replace RV Tires

Michelin RV Tires

TIRE SAFETY MATTERS!   Of all the things on an RV that matter the most, RV tires should hit the top of the list.  When an RV tire fails, whether it is on a trailer, 5th wheel, motor home or any other class of RV, the damage that can be done is costly!  Think about the …

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Jun 25

Home Sweet Home – Full Time RV Living!

So, how can you enjoy your full time RV living lifestyle sooner?   There are several ways to supplement income while enjoying your full-time RV living.   There is an option called work camping that allows you to trade hours for your RV site, as well as make additional income.   Workers are always needed in …

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