Making Progress on a Goal

     Our family has this challenging goal of visiting all fifty states as a family of four. For the past few months, we have been enjoying the gorgeous state of California where we have been working as camp hosts in various state parks. We have had the pleasure of seeing the towering Redwoods and... Continue Reading →

How Our Kids Earn Money at Home

If you have kids at home, you probably have wrestled with the idea that kids should learn about working hard. You no doubt also acknowledge that they should have some kind of idea of what money is and how it works. Certainly many parents struggle with these same questions. I sure have. I want our... Continue Reading →

Replacing the Door Latch & Lock

A few days ago, the strangest thing happened. Mike and I were lifting weights in a "garage gym" (a state park storage garage that houses our weight bench and weights) next to our campsite when Jensen came in saying he couldn't get the door to the rig to open. Now, with our eight year old... Continue Reading →

Let’s Clean This Place!

Lately, every Saturday has turned into a "let's get this place cleaned up" day. As a family of four with two pups living in 400 odd square feet, things can become messy very quickly. It's kinda messy in here... On the recliner sat papers and books from our library trip the day before. The sink... Continue Reading →

What is Camp Hosting?

One of the most frequently asked questions on full-time rv family forums is "how do you afford the lifestyle." I get it! Trying to figure out not only living on the road but also paying for it can be a daunting task, mentally. But let me assure you, there are a myriad of ways to... Continue Reading →

America, in all its parts

Yesterday, while walking in a parade with my husband and kids, I had the incredible opportunity to chat with some fellow Americans. One woman and her husband migrated here from the Philippines twenty years ago. They shared their story of moving with their family and settling into California. There were two college students from New... Continue Reading →

One crazy week

I'm sure you're aware of the flexibility needed to travel full-time. If you've traveled anywhere, you've encountered delayed flights, uninviting hotels, full hotels, dirty Airbnb accommodations, sickness, high gas prices, and the like. Travel is crazy no matter how you do it. When we started this full-time lifestyle two and a half years ago, I... Continue Reading →

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