The Xscapers 2019 Annual Bash in Review

The Escapees/Xscapers 2019 Annual Bash is underway here in Lake Havasu and to say we’re wildly impressed would be an understatement. What the Escapees RV Club has done with Xscapers is nothing short of incredible. And seeing the explosive growth of the Annual Bash from 2018 to 2019 has us wondering just how big this event can really get!

Before we get to this year’s event, let’s take a short hike back in time to give some history on it all. As much as we know anyway.

Xscapers was founded as a part of the Escapees RV Club a few years back to give digital nomads a more direct relationship to the broader RV community. It’s not necessarily geared towards younger RVers so much as it’s geared towards those who actively work while living a life on the road. Of course, being that its made up of mostly working age nomads it does tend to trend a bit younger, but attending an Xscapers event will quickly reveal it’s becoming a comfy home to a wide range of nomads from all walks of life and all age ranges.

This is the fourth annual bash, we believe. The first one had just a hand full of RVs. The second one was much bigger. Last year (2018) saw the number of RVs climb into the hundreds and 2019 is a a significant increase that shows the sky is the limit on where this all goes moving forward.

You see, in 2018 the bash was held in Quartzsite on BLM land. It was big. Very big. And at the size it had grown to a point in which managing everything became a challenge. Being BLM land the organizers can’t put up structures or tents. Making the idea of organized events and meetings a challenge. Especially with the number of RVs that were clearly going to be attending the event from that point forward.

So in 2019 the event was moved to Lake Havasu and hosted in a more controlled environment. It’s at the Lake Havasu City Rodeo Grounds, a sprawling piece of land with buildings, stands, coordinated sections of dirt lot and bathroom/shower facilities. Not only is it a great place for an event such as this, it shows that event organizers are going to have a big challenge on their hands in the many annual bash events ahead.

Why? Because the event is already outgrowing this location and it’s only been here once. In fact, according to Xscapers staff tickets to this event sold out. Meaning, they may have been able to DOUBLE the 500+ RVers here. Or even triple! Who knows because they sold out!

Amazing to say the least. Now let’s review each component.


Anyone who works on large RV events know the key is a good parking experience. Xscapers have proven to be masters at this. When you have hundreds of RVs piling into one entrance point in a single day there is no room for error. Any bottle necks or wrong moves can create chaos. Chaos that sets the tone of the entire event.

This was possibly the smoothest opening day we’ve ever seen. Ever!

RVs didn’t back up in huge lines. The gate staff were friendly (even fun as they were all dressed like Elvis!) and welcoming. The entire RV parking process was about as quick and painless as one could hope for. Very, very impressive.

And in terms of the parking layout it’s very clear Xscapers listened to feedback in previous years and made plans based on making it all even better. There is an area for the partiers, keeping the late night noise contained to a section anyone who wants sleep can avoid. And giving those who want to “bash” a place to do it without concern of what others think of it all while trying to work.

There is a generator area and a generator friendly family area that keeps all the RVs without solar in a section where the noise doesn’t bother those who don’t need to run generators all day. And there is a big solar area for those seeking a more quiet experience without being too far from all the action.

This is genius. Very well thought out and perfectly executed.

5 out of 5 on the parking.


Last year was pretty impressive. There were plenty of panels to learn from and events to participate in. But this year is a whole different animal. There are bounce houses, live music on a nearly daily basis, unique potlucks/food gatherings, panels, demonstrations, kick ball and so much more. There is definitely something for everyone. And everything is spaced out so as not to feel extremely overwhelming. There are family oriented events, solo events and events for all of the above.

And because it’s all hosted in a more controlled environment, the events happen in a much more comfortable atmosphere. With a more coherent central gathering point.

5 out of 5 on events and schedule.


This is a world class event. And that’s one of the most fascinating parts of it all. Last year it was out in BLM land so in a lot of ways it just felt like hundreds of us were boondocking together at the same time. This year’s event feels more like a carefully planned and managed event. And you feel like you’re at something with intent and purpose.

The branding is fantastic. There are themed nights (Kick off night was 80s night) and a lot of attendees are going full throttle to make it all a blast.

If you’re here you know why you’re here and you know why everyone else is here. There aren’t random RVs just happening into the area. There are no strangers. It’s all Xscapers and we all know it. So it has a very tight Xscapers community vibe and that vibe is strong everywhere you go.

5 out of 5 on style and theme.


Our team at ENTV/RV Nomads has always viewed Escapees RV Club as THE club to join if you were to pick just one. Escapees has something for everyone. From mail services to RV parks, they’ve got it all. And now that Xscapers itself is pulling off major events like this we anticipate even more massive growth moving forward.

If you aren’t yet an Escapees/Xscapers member, we highly recommend you consider joining. And if you haven’t yet experienced the Annual Bash, mark your calendar to be in Arizona in January of 2020 and don’t miss this event. It is, hands down, the coolest event of its kind in the movement. There is nothing else like it and you need to be a part of it.

Bravo to the Xscapers team! Very well done. Those of us on the outside looking in are impressed on a level that words just can’t describe.


EPIC Nomad TV & RV Nomads Raise $10,000+ for Christmas Day RV Fire Victims in Just 15 Hours


(QUARTZSITE, AZ)EPIC Nomad TV & RV Nomads, the community driven brands behind the 10,000 member strong My.EpicNomad.Life social platform and the RV Nomads movie, organized a crowdfunding campaign for fellow RVers who lost their home in a Christmas Day fire. The GoFundMe campaign had a goal of $10,000 and thanks to hundreds of RVers working together for a good cause the goal was smashed in just 15 hours.

ENTV team members were boondocking at Saddle Mt just west of Phoenix on Christmas Day when one of the RVers noticed a smoke plume begin to rise just a couple hundred yards away. It was immediately clear an RV was on fire. Just three minutes later, as the RV Nomads arrived on site, the Class A motorhome had already burnt down to its frame.

We were shellshocked to see a home completely destroyed in such a short amount of time,” said Tony Flammia, Director for the RV Nomads Co-Lab Content Creator Alliance and blogger at ‘Hippie & The Tech.’ “It was a devastating scene, and it all became even more profoundly hard to fathom when we learned the fire started over an accident in the kitchen while Christmas Day dinner was being prepared.”

The victims, RV bloggers Michael and Rebecca Reeves from Alaska, had recently purchased their RV and began their full time RV journey. They did not have a tow vehicle and did not have time to grab valuables, documents, credit cards, identification or anything else that might be needed to carry on following such a tragedy. Everything was lost in just minutes, and it all happened right in front of the ENTV crew.

For a moment we felt completely helpless,” said Eric Odom, ENTV’s President of Programming. “But after the initial shock everyone sprung into action. We knew they were lost with no direction to point in and we firmly believed the RV community would step up to help them out. Not only did that happen, it happened so quickly we had a difficult time keeping up with it.

RV Nomads who were on location helped get the Reeves checked into a hotel after a hospital visit to clear Rebecca, who has MS and inhaled an enormous amount of smoke. Clothes, toiletries, dog supplies and more were donated on the spot. This was just the beginning.

The day after Christmas some social media posts were made and RVers camped around the Phoenix area began to arrive with donations, offers of transportation, moral support and love. A GoFundMe campaign was set up to help with the financial strain and less than 15 hours later the goal had been surpassed.

This is a powerful example of what the RV community is all about,” said Gary Quimby of ENTV and ‘Pau Hana Travels.’ “When we RVers work together for a common cause we can move mountains. We can do good in our world and we can change lives. Christmas is a time of giving, community and family. The RV community is a family and we’re all proud to be a part of it. It’s a family that includes our new friends Michael and Rebecca Reeves.”

ENTV would like to thank the hundreds of RVers who joined the effort to assist the Reeves in this time of need. Without this collaborative movement much of this would not have been possible.

The Reeves can be reached directly through their Facebook page located at They have made it clear to ENTV’s team they intend to rebuild and continue their dream of full time RV living. While this has certainly created a massive and complicated hurdle for them in their journey, they are moved by the support, love the lifestyle and will soon get back on their feet.

All thanks to the RV community.


RV Nomads Fulfilling Crowdfunding Campaign from BLM Land!

Hundreds of shirts, posters, books, flags and more were ordered as part of the wildly successful RV Nomads crowdfunding campaign. And as we said back when we were in production for the movie… we’re all RV Nomads. This includes those in front of and behind the cameras.

There are no big corporate offices. There is no call center for customer support. It’s a group of RVers working hard every day to elevate the story of the nomadic RV movement.

Which can make fulfillment quite a challenge. There is getting all the products shipped to us when we’re constantly on the move. There are, as all RVers will relate to, weight issues with hauling boxes of books, shirts, poster and more in RVs that have weight capacity restraints.

And then there is the fact that, like many of you, we typically live/camp in public lands. It’s a challenge, no doubt. But one that with teamwork and dedication can be accomplished.

Such is the case today as and Pullen On The Road tackled the challenge head on. Tables were brought out, boxes were opened up, shipping packages were packed, posters were rolled and books were signed… all in the middle of no where near Quartzsite, Arizona.

We’re so proud and humbled to be able to live the very story we project through our content. We live it when we respond to your emails, we live it when we handle things like crowdfunding campaigns, we live it while producing content and we live it when we work towards our core mission of elevating the story.

Those who supported the crowdfunding campaign can rest easy knowing your gear is on the way! And to bring it all down to an authentic reality… know it was packed and shipped from an EPIC boon docking spot in southwest Arizona.

Yes, it was a little frustrating being a bit behind on it all, but we’re pretty stoked to have been able to do it this way. The way we really live as RV Nomads.

Thank you for the support and know it’s on the way!

-The ENTV/RV Nomads Team

ENTV Partners with ‘Cultivated Journey’ for a Ten Episode RV Cooking Show & RV Nomads Cookbook


(QUARTZSITE, AZ) – Today EPIC Nomad TV announced a new content development partnership with popular RV Nomads and food bloggers journaling their adventure through their website Cultivated JourneyMelissa Bottorff-Arey, former Executive Chef turned traveling food blogger and full time RV Nomad, will host a cooking show on ENTV’s distribution network in 2019. Melissa will also author the Ultimate RV Nomads Cookbook with a targeted release date of October 1st, 2019.

Before becoming a traveling food blogger, Melissa was an Executive Chef for a private fleet of trains owned and operated by the BNSF railroad. Her time working with BNSF gave her ample experience with small kitchens. Experience that now translates to the small spaces that come with RV life.

Melissa helps walk us through the ins-and-outs of cooking wholesome meals in an RV kitchen, and she takes it a step further by educating on sourcing healthy foods in ways to compliment the RV life. This content will come loaded with a wealth of information that is certain to provide value to the RV community in a number of ways.

Her passion for good food can easily be seen on her official Instagram feed. Here are a few examples.


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Dinner tonight ….Shrimp scampi, grilled shrimp & coconut shrimp with a spiced sweet potato, asparagus & sweet onion hushpuppies (not pictured) The shrimp were caught locally & bought from a small market … you know the kind with hand painted signs advertising “local shrimp, cheeses, sauage & live bait, etc” There was a gleaming stainless fish cleaning table out front. The shrimp were in big coolers marked with hand written tags. There wasn’t a hint of “fish” smell. Everything was so clean & the shrimp smelled only of sea water! The market owners were SO nice & hospitable! The sweet potatoes were local as well (in my research, I found out that tobacco sweet potatoes and peanuts are the top crops in North Carolina). The butter & potato seasoning were from an Amish farm in Ohio 2 weeks ago. Just YUMMM 🍤🍽 #eatlocal #eatlikeafarmer #travelchef #rvliving #obxlife

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A passion for cooking with good, real, healthful food from local farms & markets all over the country means there are always a new discoveries just waiting to be found,” said Melissa. ENTV is excited to embark on some of these discoveries with Melissa and share them with the rest of the movement through visual media content.

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Less Junk < More Journey Finishes Production on Season 1 ENTV Show


Less Junk < More Journey Finishes Production on Season 1 ENTV Show

Post Production Begins for the Epic Ten Episode Season

(QUARTZSITE, AZ) – EPIC Nomad TV today announced all footage for the upcoming episodic program titled Less Junk < Even More Journey is in the can and ready for post production. Once complete, viewers can expect to be taken on an incredible journey through Alaska as it is seen from the perspective of Nathan and Marissa Moss of YouTube fame Less Junk < More Journey.

We’ve started going through the footage, and watching the story unfold in beautiful 4K resolution is nothing short of awe inspiring,” said Eric Odom, President of Programming for EPIC Nomad TV. “Seeing Alaska through Nathan and Marissa’s experiences while there is extremely entertaining. It will make you want to drop everything and head to Alaska tomorrow. We can’t wait to share this story with everyone!

RVing in Alaska is becoming increasingly more popular. As more content creators begin exploring Alaska in their RVs, more information gets out there that helps RV nomads know how to do it right. Armed with this knowledge more and more RVers are making plans to head that direction.

ENTV’s own Gary and Stacey Quimby of Pau Hana Travels have spent enormous time documenting their adventures in Alaska, for example, and host live videos on their Alaska Facebook group of 2,000+ members designed to help RVers become familiar with the journey. Gary and Stacey say they are seeing surges in interest on RVing to Alaska.

Less Junk < Even More Journey, a ten episode show airing exclusively on the Epic Nomad Life platform, builds on this energy and brings it all to life in a visually stunning format. It proves that even families can explore Alaska in an RV, and does so in a compelling way.

Nathan and Marissa Moss are arguably some of the most influential and successful YouTubers in the RV nomad movement. Their YouTube channel has surpassed the 100,000 subscriber mark and their videos generally see no less than 50,000 views each.

Season 1 of their show on ENTV’s Epic Nomad Life platform will make its debut in spring of 2019.

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ENTV Announces EPIC Roll Out of RV Nomads Co-Lab & New Content Creator Alliance Leadership


ENTV Announces EPIC Roll Out of RV Nomads Co-Lab & New Content Creator Alliance Leadership

Tony Flammia Of Hippie & The Tech To Lead New Creator Alliance

(QUARTZSITE, AZ) – Today Epic Nomad TV announced the roll out of its long awaited RV Nomads Co-Lab project, a massive network of nomadic content creators that has been in beta phase while being developed since early 2018. The network, located at, will begin serving as the collaboration hub for EPIC Nomad TV and its content platform at EpicNomad.Life.

The new alliance will be led by content creator Tony Flammia of Tony and Melissa Flammia in many ways represent a new era of content creators in the nomadic movement. Their content brings about a new style of family oriented storytelling through their blog, YouTube channel and Facebook group.

Content creation and those creating it are really at the heart of everything we do at EPIC Nomad TV,” said Eric Odom, President of Programming for ENTV. “Tony brings incredible organizational talent to the Co-Lab network. He’s an idea cannon and he’s already thinking of ways to help keep the alliance positioned as the most prominent network of nomadic content creators online today.”

Stacey Quimby, Director and organizer of the NomadFEST gathering scheduled for the fall of 2019, vlogs at and introduced Hippie & The Tech to the ENTV team. “Tony and Melissa get the vision. They get the importance of the nomadic life story and they full time RV themselves,” said Quimby. “They are an enormously talented couple and their leadership for the Co-Lab network is welcomed on all fronts.

The RV Nomads Co-Lab alliance rolled out with nearly 50 content creators as part of the group. They include:

There are now thousands of RV Nomads collaborating, sharing their story and connecting through the EpicNomad.Life social platform,” said Laura Hebard, vlogger at and Community Director for the My.EpicNomad.Life app. “The roll out of the Co-Lab network helps take it all to the next step and we can’t wait to reveal what’s coming next with the network!

Several members of the RV Nomads Co-Lab alliance will attend the ENTV Film School scheduled for April of 2019 and will take part in production of the RV Nomads movie sequel.

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RV LIFE: How Switching From Lead Acid to Battle Born Lithium RV Batteries Changed Everything

When I was first told the RV needed to be solar powered I scoffed at the idea. Yes, solar power would be nice, I thought, but the cost was just too much of a barrier. Or so I thought. At first glance it just didn’t seem economically viable. I was even walked through a couple system options and all of them had sticker shock associated with them.

That all changed several months later, however, when Gary Quimby of Pau Hana Travels walked me through the numbers on how he paid for his system in just a part of a year by not staying in campgrounds. Gary and Stacey primarily boondock when and where possible. They do this thanks to their solar system empowering them to be off grid for long periods at a time.

You see, when you just get the sticker price and don’t really crunch the numbers over a twelve month period, it kind of seems out of reach. Or lower on the priority list at the very least. But when you consider the fact that campgrounds can run you $10,000 or more a year it really kind of puts things into perspective.


This reality was presented a few weeks after my first real boondocking experience at the 2018 Annual Xscapers Bash in Quartzsite. We boondocked in Quartzsite for 10 days, then moved to American Girl Mine for another 10 days of boondocking. The mountains, the views, the space, the privacy, the peace and soul-quenching experience of boondocking changed me. It literally only took those 20 days to determine campgrounds were no longer desirable.

From that point on campgrounds have been used for occasional laundry and tank flushing stops. And even these short occasional campground stays now make me cringe. I can do a night in a campground, but more than a night gets me anxious to leave and head back out.

There is simply no comparison between campgrounds and public land boondocking. Not even close. Camping alone at the base of a jagged Arizona mountain beats being slide-to-slide with 50 amp hookups any day of the week. Of course, making a transition is easier said than done and I learned that quick.


While in Quartzsite in January of 2018 I learned very quickly that a couple lead acid batteries just weren’t going to get the job done. Not without spending about $10 a day in fuel for the generator. And even then the batteries were drained by morning after a night of the furnace fan running to keep the rig warm. This meant that at 7:00 AM every morning I was that guy cranking up the generator to get some juice in the batteries for coffee and morning work.

It was a ridiculous battle to keep energy stored to run the computer, charge all the devices and control the temperature in the RV. I felt I was having to manage the battery bank and generator all day, every day. This was a royal pain in the ass.

I was in love with boondocking. But at $250-$300 a month in generator fuel costs to charge batteries that were inefficient, heavy and laborious I knew a change would be necessary in order for the RV to function like an actual home. The decision was made… lithium batteries were a must. Solar panels could come later, but an upgrade to the battery bank just couldn’t wait.


I began doing some research and Battle Born Batteries quickly became the go-to solution. I reached out to Battle Born up in Reno and the game was changed. I knew lithium technology was going to significantly improve the energy storage situation. While I wasn’t ready for solar panels, my research had made it clear that at the very least I would cut my generator usage by 75% with lithium batteries.

After several conversations with the Battle Born crew it seemed that I would need 400amp hours of storage in order to run the rig the way I wanted it to run throughout each day. I didn’t want complicated algorithms to try and figure out how much storage was needed. I just wanted to be able to run laptops, desktops, charging devices, the vacuum, an occasional microwaved meal, the TV now and then and the furnace without having to stress about any of it.

Let’s face it. Lithium RV batteries are not cheap in comparison to lead acid batteries. But, it’s also true that you get what you pay for. And with lead acid batteries… well.. you don’t get much. You don’t pay much, but you don’t get much.

If I was going to move to boondocking over campgrounds, I would save a ton of money by doing so. But I had to be able to function while out there.

Battle Born shipped the four batteries and the lead acid batteries were removed. I knew going into it that this was a great decision. I had no idea it was going to be that good of a decision.

The benefits were/are extraordinary.

  • The Battle Born Batteries weigh in at about 32 pounds, or a third of the weight of my lead acid batteries
  • The lithium batteries are 100 amp hours each, giving me about 360 amp hours of usable energy provided I don’t want to drop them below 10%. (I don’t drop them anywhere near that)
  • They charge EXTREMELY fast!

The day I switched to lithium batteries is the day I could store enough energy to run everything in the rig (outside of air conditioners) for a full day and a half and still have 40% remaining. You read that right, with no sun or generator I can run everything I want in the rig for nearly two full days. Just off the batteries.

Before my panels were added to the mix I could run the generator for an hour or two every other day and be good to go. With the solar panels (1,100 or so watts on the roof) I never worry about having power.

The first five months of RVing were spent in expensive and wasteful campgrounds. Since going lithium I’ve spent approximately two weeks total in campgrounds. I’ve had lithium batteries for about 7 months.

Which brings me back to the math. $4,000 in campground fees will get me 50amp service for four months. $4,000 in lithium batteries will power the rig out in public lands for years to come.

Making the switch completely changed the game. It changed everything.

Now instead of waking up to a view of someone’s slide, I see views like this.

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EPIC Remote BLM Boondocking Spot Between Tucson and Tombstone Arizona

Mary Anne Radmacher, an author and artist, once said “I am not the same having seen the moon on the other side of the world.” And after having seen a crystal clear moon from a very special plot of BLM land to the southeast of Tucson, Arizona – I couldn’t agree more.

Our small group of RVs is slowly working towards Quartzsite, AZ and then Lake Havasu for the Escapees Annual Bash. We had some things to get done in Tucson and because we prefer the boonies over the hustle and bustle of city life, we were in search of somewhere to hunker down in nature. Tucson has a couple spots nearby, but nothing that we would consider quiet, remote and good for the soul.

The hunt for a good spot to spend a couple of weeks began to take us further and further away from Tucson. This was a little concerning, but we felt if the right spot presented itself it would all be very well worth the drive. On this front we hit a home run with the BLM managed Las Cienegas National Conservation Area.

To be honest, it was a bit of a gamble. We arrived after dark in an unfamiliar area with unfamiliar dirt roads in multiple 35+ foot rigs. Because this spot is about 37 miles from Tucson and it was late there was little room for error. If we had come all the way out here and found terrible roads or no place to settle in, we would have to turn back towards the interstate and overnight at a truck stop or Walmart. Not ideal.

But, fortunately, we hit a homer and the spot was perfect.


NAME: Airstrip Group Campsite
GPS: 31.7926, -110.6358

The area is designed around the historic Empire Ranch. The ranch, first established in 1876, is a joint venture by BLM and a non-profit 501c3. The BLM conservation area surrounds the ranch with the public lands opened up for dry camping and day use activities.


This conservation area actually has multiple boondocking spots.

We checked out the Maternity Well Group site, the Cieneguita Camping Area site and chose to stay at the Airstrip Group Camping Area. Oak Tree Canyon is not fitting for big rigs, Maternity is too close to the highway, road canyon was a bit too far for our taste and Airstrip hit all the right marks. Cieneguita was full of great spots but the cell service wasn’t as good as Airstrip. And Airstrip was elevated, giving it better 360 degree views of the epic surrounding horizon.

The space we chose could easily house 5 or 6 RVs with plenty of private space. We had 3 with us, all 33-36 foot class A rigs, and we had plenty of room to move around with privacy.


Verizon was solid without the booster and AT&T was spotty unboosted. With WeBoost setup Verizon got nearly full bars LTE and AT&T went to 2 bars LTE (from 2 bars 4G unboosted). No idea on T-mobile but other reviews suggest there is “some” connectivity on the network although it’s often times off and on.


Roads were excellent. Airstrip sites are about 3 miles from the highway with roughly a third of it being dirt road. There was a little bit of washboard here and there but nothing crazy. As far as BLM dirt roads go, this was about as good as you could ever hope/ask for. Very accessible no matter the size of rig.


We stayed at the spot for about a week and a half. Right at the beginning of December. Because of the elevation nights get quite cold. We saw night temps range from 32 to 45. Definitely needed the gas buddy space heater!

Daytime temps at this time of year are very ideal. Typically around 65 with plenty of warm sunshine washing over the area.


The views are simply stunning. There is something awe-inspiring to look at in any direction. The skies at night are epic. There are plenty of areas to hike through and no shortage of lands to explore. All of it is beautiful.

If you’re in the Tucson area and looking for a place to replenish your soul while here, this might make a great place to include as a part of your journey.

It certainly was for us. Two thumbs up and five stars!

(Note: Pack it in, pack it out. No dumpsters and no services.)

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Honey Wagon Pro Tips for RVing (VIDEO)

Our first time hearing about a honey wagon for an RV was in Peace River, FL.  We checked into a campground about 6 months into our RV living and they offered a free honey wagon service if we chose a site without a sewer.  I had no clue what a honey wagon was. Yes, I was that guest that asked and got the funny stare!

This was also the time we learned that we had to let them know that we had two black tanks. They only emptied the back tank and not the overflowing front black tank. We have not made this mistake again.

Since our boondocking crash course this past summer with the cast and crew of the RV Nomads Movie, we learned even more about honey wagons and blue boys. We have learned how interesting it is to be so up close and personal with your sewer!

Our friend Robert from Exploring The Local Life did a great video with tips on filling and emptying an external waste tank. This is a great watch if you want to feel better prepared for boondocking or RVing without a sewer connection.


RV LIFE: 7 RVers Share Tips for Downsizing (VIDEO)

Moving from a sticks and bricks home to an RV can be overwhelming on the downsizing front. Where does it all begin and end!

I remember frantically trying to get rid of so much junk we had accumulated. It was crazy how much useless stuff we had piled up and most of it had to go before we could fully transition into the RV Nomad life. We went through multiple garage sales, tons of donations to a wonderful Veterans association in our local area and listings in an app called Offer Up.

What worked for us may not be for everyone. There are certainly a lot of things to consider when downsizing for RV Life. Kyle and Olivia Brady over at Drivin’ and Vibin’ shared a great video where they teamed up with 7 other RVers who gave their tips for downsizing.  Check it out: