Our First Year As Full-Time RVers


Our first compilation video featuring some special moments during our first year as full-time RVers:

  • Rooftop solar panels in Quartzsite, AZ
  • Selfie at Grand Canyon East, AZ
  • Selfie at Lake Pleasant, AZ
  • Our new land lot campsite in Northern NV
  • Puppy adoption at High Country Humane in Flagstaff, AZ
  • Puppy play at Lone Rock Beach, UT
  • Dust storm at Winnemucca Lake Bed, NV

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been a year since we made the decision to leave our house and hit the road as full-time RVers.

It’s been an incredible journey filled with so many special moments and memories that we will treasure forever.

To celebrate our first year on the road, we wanted to share a compilation video featuring some of our favorite moments from the past year.


When we first set out on this journey, we were filled with a mix of excitement and nerves.

We had never lived full-time in an RV before and had no idea what to expect.

But as soon as we hit the road, all of our fears and doubts vanished.

The freedom and flexibility of being on the road was invigorating and we knew we had made the right decision.


One of the things we love most about RVing is the ability to explore new places and see things that we never would have been able to see otherwise.

We’ve visited some of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring places in the country, from the rugged beauty of the Grand Canyon to the serene tranquility of Zion National Park.

Each place had its own unique charm and left us feeling grateful for the opportunity to experience them.


Another highlight of our first year on the road was the people we met.

We’ve met so many kind, generous, and interesting people along the way.

From the campground hosts who went out of their way to make us feel welcome, to the fellow RVers who shared tips and advice, everyone we met added to our experience in some way.

Not to mention, the wonderful people at High Country Humane in Flagstaff, AZ where we adopted our beloved puppy… Janie.


Of course, there have been challenges as well.

Living in a small space can be difficult at times, and we’ve had our fair share of mechanical issues with the RV.

But through it all, we’ve learned to be resourceful, adaptable, and to always look for the silver lining.


One of the most special moments of our first year was when we were able to visit friends and family.

It was amazing to be able to share our journey with the people we love and to show them the beautiful places we’ve been.


Overall, our first year as full-time RVers has been an incredible experience.

We’ve grown as individuals, as a couple, and as a family.

We’ve learned to appreciate the little things and to live in the moment.

We’re excited to see what the next year brings and can’t wait to share more of our journey with you.


As we look back on our first year, we are filled with gratitude and we want to thank everyone who has supported us along the way.

Whether you followed our journey on social media, left a comment, or simply sent positive thoughts our way, we couldn’t have done it without you.

Here’s to many more years on the road!


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