Have you ever wondered what full time RV Life is really like?
As a solo woman and full time RVer life may not be what you expect. I still have to work, shop, pay bills and run errands. It’s not the permanent vacation many think it is. Especially for those of us who aren’t retired yet! Join me on an average day of full time RV life.
As I pack up my dry camping spot outside Zion National Park in Utah, I take you along with me as I do my full time RV Living errands. Join me as I empty my black and gray water tanks, get gas and do my grocery shopping.
Dumping your black tanks isn’t as easy or yucky as you may think. In fact, I did an instructional video on it that shows how easy it is!
I also show you how I shop and store my vegan food for dry camping on BLM (Bureau of Land Management) lands for extended periods. It’s not as hard as you might think to find vegan staples at stores across the country. I was even able to find healthy, organic food in Valdez Alaska! It wasn’t cheap, but at least it was available.
If you’d like to learn more about how I eat a vegan diet on the road you can visit my YouTube Channel by clicking here.
When my day is over, I treat myself to a Thai food lunch in St. George Utah, before I go off again to explore public lands in search of my new temporary home. After three years of full time RV living, finding camps has become second nature. If you’d like to see how I do it, watch this seminar I gave at the 2018 Rubber Tramp Rendezvous (RTR) in Quartzsite, Arizona.
And for more about finding amazing free dry camping for RVs and Motorhomes click here.
I hope you’re enjoying my videos and information on this blog!
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