Here’s our Exterior RV video! We will discuss the pros and cons of our 2015 Keystone Outback 324CG from an owner’s perspective! When we were RV shopping, all we wanted was a video by people who camped and/or lived in their RV, and could never find many. So we’ve provided you with ours! We hope this helps others to find their perfect RV for their family during their RV hunt, or just learn more about what to look for during the research and shopping phase!
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We have lived in our RV for 7 weeks now and have been out of our house for about 6 of those. People are always curious if I miss it and oddly enough I always have to sit and think so I can honestly answer. Here are the two things I miss most since moving into our RV:
Here’s the post most of our readers have been waiting on! I hope we conveyed just how much we LOVE this RV, because we were so wrapped up in giving the most detailed RV review video you may have ever seen! 😉 We feel like we can be of help to so many of you because we have used this RV as a weekender and now as our fulltime home. I hope this answered many questions (may have even presented some new ones) about our particular model, what fulltime RV living looks like, and much, much more!
Stayed tuned for the Outside Review coming in the next week or two! I promise it’ll be shorter! 🙂 If you like this video, don’t forget to give us a “thumbs up” on YouTube, and click “subscribe” on the screen if you’d like to watch more of our YouTube channel! As always, comment below or on our YouTube channel with any questions you have regarding this review, and we’ll do our best to answer or find an answer for you!
We receive a lot of questions on how we’re adapting to RV life and how our lives have changed since beginning our fulltime journey one month ago. Really we haven’t had to alter our daily lives much. Aside from cooking, laundry, and the fact that every thunderstorm sounds like it may take us out, I feel like our lives are pretty similar to what they were living in a house. I still can’t take a shower without interruption, my son still stops sleeping when he’s sick, and I feel like our family time has increased by default.
It really has been wonderful, so different but yet completely the same. Here’s a video in the life of us during a normal weekend! We hope you enjoy it and look forward to following us! Please comment, share, follow, like, etc!
Join us in our camping spot for a discussion on things we’ve learned during the first week of fulltime RV life! I’ll enjoy watching these later down the road as our fulltime life evolves! 🙂
The week of transition was crazy hectic, to say the least! I can’t believe we got it all done, because there were moments when I was certain we wouldn’t be moved out in time. But we survived and have that behind us now. Join us in revisiting that week!
My husband keeps giving me this weird look.
Every item of furniture we own, as well as all our boxes, are currently in our garage. However, everyday I go over to the house to clean, I keep finding more stuff to trash, donate, bring to the RV, or pack up for storage. I swear someone may be emptying boxes I’ve already packed and scattering them around the house, because I could NOT have accumulated this much stuff in the two short years since we last moved! Maybe it’s some cruel joke my neighbors are playing to keep me from moving! 🙂
We’ve been sleeping and eating in the RV for about five days now. I’ve been so exhausted after full days of packing and cleaning at the house that I’ve actually lost count of how long we’ve actually been here. However, we are absolutely loving it, even with as little time as we’ve spent actually here at the campground.
We have owned our RV for exactly 1 year!! I never would’ve thought this time last year that we’d be living in it fulltime!! What a year it’s been, and yet I doubt it’ll even compare to the year it’s about to be! Here’s to learning about ourselves, learning about each other, and learning about God’s awesomeness!!
We are “mostly” out of the house. However, every time I open a closet or a drawer I am continuously finding new things to pack or trash. Last night we slept in the RV to start figuring out what we actually need and don’t need. We are currently victims of previous Sam’s Club runs, as our toilet paper and ketchup are giving my organizational skills a run for their money. It’s definitely a work and progress, and will be for a few months I imagine. We begin moving furniture and cleaning this weekend and will have the house prepped for check-out by next Thursday. So it’s definitely crunch time!