Fulltimer FAQs

 Posted by at 1:34 am  Nick's Blog
Mar 202019

At every seminar I did on fulltime RVing at rallies and shows nationwide, I always got the same questions from new and want to be fulltimers, and I get the same questions by email all the time. So today I thought I would try to answer some of them for you. How much does it […]

Bigfoot And UFOs

 Posted by at 12:52 am  Nick's Blog
Apr 082018

I get a lot of email every day, and a lot of those emails are from people who have questions about the RV lifestyle. What kind of RV should I buy? Is gas or diesel better in a motorhome? How do I get mail? What state should I choose for my legal domicile? I get […]

Jul 192016

There are a lot of things in the RV lifestyle you should know, from how to get your mail forwarded to which are the best states to choose for your legal domicile, to what kinds of (choose one – fire extinguisher, insurance company, tire pressure monitoring system, toilet paper, etc. you should choose). I have […]

Dec 122012

Since we first began publishing the Gypsy Journal over fourteen years ago, we have only raised our subscription rates once. In that time, the cost of printing, envelopes, postage, and the services of mail forwarding companies have doubled, tripled, and even quadrupled for some items and services that go into producing the paper, not to […]

Is Comfort Worth $50?

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Apr 262012

How much is comfort worth to you? How about your health? How much are you willing to suffer to save $50? Over the last two days, I’ve had an exchange of e-mails with a couple who wrote to ask me for tips on staying comfortable in an RV in Arizona’s hot weather. They told me […]

Still A Lot To Do

 Posted by at 12:21 am  Nick's Blog
Apr 252012

Miss Terry has been working like a wild woman, and yesterday evening she got the last of the envelopes stuffed for the first load of Gypsy Journals, which we will be taking to the commercial mail service in Scottsdale this morning. I’m always amazed at how fast she can stuff those darned things. It’s good […]