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Recent Posts

Summer Project Wrap-up

Time for a summer project wrap-up! It's mid-September now and we've certainly been busy with a lot of projects this summer. We came home to meet our newest grandson, Jaxson and we stayed to spend as much time with family as we could. Plus there were the projects! So...

Kayaking at Merrill Lake in Cougar, Washington

Kayaking at Merrill Lake with our son Matt and his boys made for a peaceful and fun day. Going on a weekday meant we had plenty of room to spread out. This beautiful recreation area checks all the boxes: mountains, forest, and lake. It's about as close to heaven on...

How To Reseal Your RV’s Exterior

A general guideline is to reseal your RV's exterior annually. Checking and replacing the caulking on your RV is an easy way to prevent water damage. We do a quick walk around every time we leave a camping or boondocking site. Once every 3-4 months, we take just a few...

Freelance Work As Full Time RVers

Freelance work sounds kind of romantic. "Oh, I'm a freelancer." Like I'm so carefree and only work 3 hours a week, but get paid exorbitant amounts of money. In reality it takes time to pitch to new employers. And I don't hear back from very many of them. It turns out...

Coming Home When You’re Houseless

Coming home is an interesting term. We've been "here" now for a couple months. And it's the longest amount of time that we've been in the Pacific Northwest for the past three years. Whenever we're out and about, I look forward to coming home. To seeing our family and...