Okay, we were trying to decide between a class B, Class B +, or a Campervan! We’ve came to a decision! Watch the video and let us know what you think or if we’re crazy! 😉 We cannot wait to take you along on this journey with us!
Do you have any great van conversion sites we should check out? Are you excited to follow us on this van conversion journey?
One of the first suggestions you’ll see when beginning your RV search is recommendations to buy used and never buy new! We heard these recommendations too and took them to heart. “All the kinks will be worked out if you buy used” they say. For our RV search, we never really looked for new versus used, we just searched our floorplan and the closest one (still 3 hrs away) happened to be new. The next closest (18 hrs away) was also new. So, as you see, we didn’t have many options with this particular floorplan. So…we bought new.
When we first purchased our travel trailer, we did so under the assumption that we would be doing weekend or week long trips whenever we could, with the possibility of living in it fulltime for six months or so, many years down the road. My husband wanted a toy hauler and I wanted a “homey” feel. Together, we both wanted to be able to watch movies, entertain, or do dishes after the kiddo went to bed. Our child isn’t one who will sleep with tons of noise, so we knew the extra bedroom was a must. Once we knew what we wanted, we began the online search. Between floor plans, weight allowances, and price, we narrowed down the search fairly easily.
If you haven’t seen our big announcement, you may be able to guess by now, but make sure you check out our vlog so you know all the details. Watch as we debate the best way (for us) to travel around Europe! Stay tuned as we narrow our search.
We decided to be spontaneous and changed our destination the morning of our travels. That may have proven to have caused some bumps in the road, watch the video to see more! Regardless, we enjoyed seeing Savannah and to no surprise at all, needed lots more time to see it all! We will definitely be back, maybe even for several weeks! We enjoyed the history, the homes, and the food! Since we plan to return, we would love to hear your Savannah stories and recommendations for our next trip!
The Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida has been on our must-see list for a while now, and we were finally able to get over to the space coast! If you’re even remotely interested in anything NASA and space related, we highly encourage you to plan a trip over there! We had such a blast and didn’t even have time to see it all. If you plan a trip, I suggest you follow their itinerary because we didn’t arrive until around 11am and didn’t have enough time before closing to see everything. There are also several tours that we would’ve signed up for had we been there a second day! Check back with our blog over the next several weeks for full write ups on this trip!
We celebrated our 6 month nomad-iversary recently by heading off to a beachfront hotel that was bigger than our RV. We haven’t had a staycation since living in Florida, so there’s no better time than when you live in a tiny space! As beautiful as the hotel and extra space were, we missed our RV and couldn’t wait to get back! We hope you enjoy this video and would love to hear from our fellow tiny house friends about any staycations they have enjoyed! Sometimes you don’t have to get away to be away! 😉 Enjoy!
Have you ever wondered what Christmas in an RV looks like? Well join us as we find out right along with you! We’re decorating our RV for Christmas for the first time as fulltimers! We started with the measly 2 decorations Alan let me keep, but don’t worry, we ended up with much, much more! Watch the battle of the century, fake versus real. Which will we choose? You’ll have to watch and find out!