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Full Time RV Life – My First Time Pulling the RV on RV Moving Day

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Well, I did it and you can see it on video. lol Pulling the RV on RV moving day was very empowering. Even though I didn’t have to do it, it’s nice that I know I CAN do it!

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  1. This is a great post! I always wondered what life on the road would be like so I guess I have you to thank for show showing me! I think it would be pretty cool to have an RV adventure. I like the RV life because it seems simpler and closer to nature in many ways than living in a house.

    I think that it is great that you are empowered by moving day and it’s  pretty cool that you just have to take down loose items but can leave secured items like the tv up. 

    How often do you move?

    Thanks for sharing this great video and giving me a glimpse of this great adventure!

    • Renton,

      Great to have you stop by. 🙂 We usually move every 2-3 weeks. Sometimes we stay for a couple of months. It really just depends on what is on the agenda. If we have doctor or dentist appointments, we will be somewhere longer. 🙂

  2. I enjoyed watching your video. The RV really looks like a mess but it really must be cool to be able to visit a lot of places without having to pack anything because you move with everything.

    I was going to say congratulations for pulling the RV on moving day. Must really feel good at about it. Wish I could experience the RV life

  3. this is truly amazing. You guys have what it takes to live your dream and do what the rest of us can only wish we could. Love the presentation, the joy that you put into everything you are doing. Your kids are beautiful. Keep on truckin’!

    • Joseph,

      Thanks! It’s been an amazing journey thus far and we are really excited to keep it going! =D If you haven’t subscribed on youtube, make sure to pop over to come along on these adventures. 🙂 Family Adventures TV

  4. I absolutely love this video post!   This is awesome.  I am looking to shift to an RV lifestyle with the family but it seems like a lot to prepare for.

    I think that you bring up some solid points that are fun in your video.

    Thank you again and very entertaining!  Love it!

  5. Watch out for biking Santa Claus!  Hahaha.  I love how patient your husband was giving you tips on driving with your RV in tow. 

    When I was a kid I was over the moon for any adventure that involved leaving where I grew up.  Your boys sound so happy, I know french fries never hurt either 😉

    You can bet on me subscribing to your YouTube Channel!

    With a family of five, I know it’s not easy but, when it’s filled with love like your family is, you can go and do anything anywhere together! <3

    • Hahah… yeah! Biking Santa Claus. My husband is hilarious. With 4 boys, it can be a little crazy but we really love it.

  6. Great post and good info.

    I love travelling with the RV, you have all the time and space and fun you can have. 

    The facts that mention is what I totally agree on also. 

    Now I just have some questions: do you want to do this all your life? 

    Where do you want to go next? 

    Waiting for your answers thanks for sharing! 

    • Emmanuel,

      That’s awesome. Where have you traveled in an RV? I’m always interested to hear that from others.

      We may do this all our life. Or we might do housesitting around the globe. We shall see. :0)

      We are going to be in Florida for the winter. After that Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina are on the menu. 🙂

  7. Wow, this post has really triggered my interest to have an RV adventure. I can’t just imagine how interesting it will be for me because mere seeing you doing this, I know it feels awesome. Thanks for sharing your experience as it has tells us how it feels and I know I’m not the only one that will get interested in this by viewing your experience.

  8. Hello, there! 

    I enjoyed the video so much! You are so positive and I also love the idea of RV life. It is a great and unique way to live. 

    You have such a beautiful family, including the cat and the dog, which are lovely! By sharing this, I think you are encouraging people to live the life of their dreams. So inspiring!

    Thank you!

  9. This is certainly not your typical WA website or article. It is a great production and shows a tremendous amount of effort and commitment to your chosen lifestyle. You have obviously posted a lot of material and it can keep someone engaged for a long time going through it all as it is all very interesting and well done.

    • Joe,

      Thanks for coming through. 😀 I am getting better at the visual storytelling, but it is still a work in progress for sure! lol I am loving learning how to put the story together in a way that people want to follow. =0)

  10. Thank you for sharing this great video.

    I love to travel, especially driving that way I can know places and see beautiful views, but I never done it on a RV after watching your video it looks very fun, I always wonder how it will be traveling on a RV and now I have an idea. I totally consider it for our next family vacation. Any recommendation before hit the road on a RV?

    • It is an amazing way to travel even if you aren’t full time. You always have a good bed. lol Well, as long as you replace the standard mattress. hahah… that’s my first tip. 😛 

      Here’s our one year recap if you want some more tips. We give 5 in there and also tell about our experience. 😀

      Our First Year Recap

  11. All I have to say is “wow.” As a daddy, it’s pretty impressive that you all are doing this full time with kids. The most impressive thing is how lightly you seemingly travel with children.  If we tried to do that we would need a second trailer for all of their stuff!  The video was a lot of fun, and I wil be checking out more of your posts in the future. 

    • Nate,

      lol yeah… Everyone always wonders how we do such a minimal life with kids but it’s really easy since we do so much digitally. Games, books, school, etc. 😀

  12. Hi! Congrats on pulling the RV on RV moving day! It’s cool to be able to live a full time RV life. And for us it’s exciting even just to watch your experiences (until we are able to do it for ourselves).

    I’m happy you can have this lifestyle. And it may have not been possible 20 years ago. But with all the online business opportunities, this may be a dream come true for you! It sure will be for us! Have a nice day! 🙂

  13. The RV life seems like an amazing adventure. It must be very interesting to see all the different places that you travel too. Awesome video. How do you deal with doctors/dentist appointments, in different areas when you are always moving around?What do you do about school for the boys? Do they go to different schools each time you move or do you homeschool them?

    • Andy,

      Great questions! We move every 2-3 weeks so if we need a doc or dentist, we have to see who is nearby. I had to have a root canal on the road and trust Google reviews. hahaha…

      We do schedule our normal appointments when we are in our home town though. 😀 

      The boys are all homeschooled/roadschooled. 🙂

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