On yesterday’s post, I shared our 2021 Keystone Sprinter and the reasons we chose that model. We bought it brand new and haven’t done any renovations yet. Just like any sticks and bricks home, there are things we want to renovate in our RV to make it feel like home. In March, we will celebrate one year in our fifth wheel. I plan to start some minor renovations at that point. Here’s where I want to start.
Have you ever considered selling everything you have, buying an RV, and traveling the country? I definitely have. We may not travel the country, but we did sell everything to live in an RV. For the last two years, our family of four has lived stationary in an RV. While it isn’t always glamorous, we’ve learned a lot. The pros definitely outweigh the cons, but for the purpose of this post, let’s stick to the top five of each.
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RV living has become increasingly popular over the years for many reasons. Some people have chosen the RV lifestyle out of necessity, like financial stressors or jobs. Other people have chosen RV life for the luxury and freedom to travel wherever, whenever they want. While RV life isn’t for everyone, it is for us! We’ve been full-time RVers for almost two years now. Here’s why we chose to live in an RV full-time.