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Interviews with long term stay families that live out of their RV Full Time stationary or move seasonally. Click below ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️ to learn more!

ℹ️ About the video: John and I have lived stationary in our RV for over 18 months now. We sold our house because we had this dream that we wanted to travel with our kids and enjoy our lives before they grew too old to want to spend time with us. I was working a career that was financially amazing, but took a lot of time away from the kids. So all of our money was going to a big house, to maintain the lawn, a new truck and yet we had no time to spend using any of it. So we sold our house, purchased a Grand Design Momentum Toy Hauler and moved into it while I still continued to work at my brick and mortar job.

❤️ RV Culture and lifestyle was a surprise to John and I. This past year has honestly been the best year of our lives. We could afford to travel again (with tents and the popup) but it also allowed our girls to grow up playing with their neighbors, riding bikes every day, and freed ourselves of the constant bing watching on the TV or tablet. We were living what we used to reminisce about from our childhood. And we found it all in an RV park.

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🇺🇸 About us: John and I recently sold our house, new tacoma… everything. We simplified our life and moved into an RV. With less bills (and less yard work 👍) we had more time and money to travel with our children and do more of the things we love to do! Mountain biking, hiking, exploring, Disney, paddle boarding, rock climbing and overall just having more fun.

💡 Our Philosophy: We sold our house and we are about to quit a six figure salary to travel full time with our kids. Why? To enjoy life now. Not when our kids are grown up, not when we are so old we can’t do the things we love. It is not quiet a retirement at 30 plan, more of a lifestyle change. Less property, more time. We are pursuing our American Dream.

ℹ️ Campsites:
For the purpose of this video we will not share where we were located for so many months to protect the other families involved. If you would like to live this lifestyle please add your questions in the comments and we would love to give you advice on how to start a community in an RV park near you!

🇺🇸 The Rig:
2019 Momentum Toy Hauler 381m
We sold that recently to start traveling, and now we are enjoying a smaller but more nimble Rexhall Aerbus.
1994 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ80

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ioverlander App: http://app.ioverlander.com
Campendium: https://www.campendium.com

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