Saskatchewan snowbirds and travelers – your government is being realistic! I just received word on Saskatchewan residency laws and rules for travellers (I’m not sure when these were changed but they are much more realistic and straight forward. Below is what I copied from their website. Who is considered a Saskatchewan resident? For the purposes of vehicle registration eligibility, an … Continue reading
Why doesn’t your partner want to full-time RV? I’m not sure what the reason is but I am hearing more and more of couples who have serious disagreements about whether they retire to an RV and full-time. One wants to sell everything and buy an RV and the other say a big NO! How do they get around this big … Continue reading
Full-time RVing! Here we come. We have a “New to Us” fifth wheel and are really excited about getting back on the road and full-time RVing. Our house is sold, most of our furnishings are also sold, we’ve had a very productive yard sale, finishing up our employment commitments and are in the middle of moving our things into the … Continue reading
Downsizing to an RV and make a few dollars too Let’s face it when we are selling off all our personal possessions to downsize into an RV we aren’t actually making a profit because we purchased everything probably at full value. However, now that you are considering moving into an RV and have a house full of furniture, personal belongings, toys, … Continue reading
The need for a physical address for full time RVers in Canada I recently received an email from a woman in Canada who informed me that I was giving out incorrect information about having a physical address and had better reconsider what I was sharing. She also said some of my suggestions were silly. I really appreciated her email – … Continue reading
How long can full time RVers leave their province? When will their medical coverage expire? One of the challenges Canadians face if they are full time RV living is ensuring they keep their medical coverage active and its important that they know what the rules are for the province that is classified as their ‘home base’. It really doesn’t make … Continue reading
A dream of full time RVing? Is it too late? My answer to that is a definite NO! Sometimes we have dreams and plans for the future but put them off for a variety of reasons. Maybe it’s that you don’t have enough money, or the kids are still dependent, or your elderly parents need you or you want a … Continue reading
Full-timing in Canada’s RV Parks has it’s challenges James D.A. Terry recently wrote me an email about his frustration with some of the RV Parks in Canada and he feels that they could do a better job of accommodating full-time Canadian RVers. I recognize some of his concerns. Each area of Canada has it’s own issues and what happens in … Continue reading
Not all travel blogs earn money. Let’s get that clear up front. There are many travel bloggers on the Internet and yes some are earning a decent amount of money while others struggle to get traffic, never mind earn an income. However, if you love to write and have something to share that others are interested in you may do … Continue reading
Why do people choose to live and travel in an RV full-time?
They have the freedom to go whenever and wherever they want to go. They untangle themselves from all the trappings of a “normal” living arrangement.
Why do people choose to live full-time in a regular house?
I believe it’s all about comfort and security and they think it’s what they should do. I have heard others say it’s a trade-off between comfort and freedom and I agree. But others may not.Continue reading