5 Necessary RV Life Skills Before Hitting the Road

Before we set out for the open road in 2014, we had come to the hard-core realization that RV life is vastly different than living in sticks and bricks house. By sharing our RV life skills and how we do it now, we hope others won’t have to learn the hard way like we did. Bear with me in my tongue-in-cheek approach to keep things light in this blog piece. It’s what keeps things going for us. And, we’ll get to that in #5.

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5 Reasons Why We Enjoy Boondocking in our RV

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We admit, our very first boondocking debacle absolutely sucked! We were so unprepared and inexperienced that we failed miserably! Since, we’ve learned, practiced, and mastered it (and still learning!). Now, we seriously can’t think of any reason why we need to go to a park or campground especially now that we’re more mobile in our 24′ Winnebago View. Read why we enjoy boondocking in our RV!

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Downsizing Our RV: Huge Fifth Wheel to a Tiny Motorhome

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When we released our 2019 big reveal video, we were surprised (and elated!) by the monstrous support of downsizing our RV! But then, we were faced with a slew of questions that we felt we owed you, our readers and followers why we downsized…significantly. So, here’s why we traded our comfortably spacious 42′ Heartland Landmark 365 luxury fifth wheel to a tiny 26′ motorhome…

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Destination: 2019 New England Summer Seafood Festivals

One of our favorite things to do when we lived up in New England was watching the lobster and fishing boats return to port with their fresh catch. The smell of the ocean breeze coupled with thoughts of a good lobster boil on a summer evening just couldn’t be matched. With that, summer was the perfect time to check out the New England summer seafood festivals where crustaceans and sea creatures are the stars of the show…and our dinner plates! Summer, in my opinion, is the best time to visit the North Atlantic coast.

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How-To Properly Clean Your RV Fresh Water Tank

While we know our RV’s black and gray holding tanks are dirty (they contain waste, after all), our freshwater holding tanks need regular and thorough cleaning too. Here’s the easy process to get your fresh water holding tanks so clean you can drink out of them. 

You can use this technique on any truck camper, travel trailer, fifth wheel, or motorhome. Heck, you can use this procedure on your boat or yacht as well!

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Always On Liberty 2019 RV Destination Bucket List

After an incredibly busy, working 2018, the Always On Liberty Crew is eager to set out for big adventures and concentrate on US this year. And, let me tell ya, by looking at our course line, there’ll be no grass growing under our fifth wheel or our own feet. In fact, our National Park Passport will get a quite the workout. So much that we may have to buy extra pages for our cancellation stamps!

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Joshua Tree National Park – California

Usually folks gather to celebrate the Christmas with their immediate families,  however, we celebrated a little differently in 2017. We decided to spend some quiet time at Joshua Tree National Park and to take in the beauty of this National Park’s thousands of Joshua Trees, Cholla garden, Desert Lavenders and Ocotillos. But, we didn’t end up alone…

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First Aid Kits for the RVs or Campers

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The Great Camel Experiment: Part II – Camp Verde, TX

If you have been following us, back in January of 2017, we converged with the Xscapers in Quartzsite, Arizona. That following Spring, we happened upon a cool little General Store and Post Office in a small town near San Antonio, Texas. Not realizing it, the two cities we’ve been to over a thousand miles apart were connected in history.

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