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Tubing the San Marcos River at Rio Vista Park

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Water! That’s all it takes to make our family content… Well, we like rice cakes and beef jerky too… So any day on the water with a cooler full of rice cakes and beef jerky is a seriously good day! Add ice cream and we’re talkin’ Epic!

So when life presented us with a particularly trying day, we packed up the cooler, pumped up the floats and headed to Rio Vista Park in San Marcos!

What a gem! Like seriously some top 10 USA awesomeness!

Picture a really wide pool with some pretty calm water and then a 6 ft wide spillway… Imagine tubing that!

But wait… There’s more. Two more pools with spillways, each with their own torrential character.

Do it with a float, or don’t. The choice is yours and the experiences are completely different but equally thrilling. Check out it for yourself here:

Oh… Did I mention about the twin rope swings???

Where to go: San Marcos, TX 78666 @29.878367,-97.9345

What to bring:

Floats (local Walmart has the best prices)

Water shoes

Life vests for little kids



Some cash for the ice cream truck (the park is free) here’s where it gets Epic!

Don’t forget the rice cakes and beef jerky!



Gardening in Your RV; How to Grow a Garden on the Go

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One of the things I miss from my Sticks and Bricks life, is my garden. The ability to walk outside and harvest fresh grown, organic produce for free is something I know a lot of full time rvers miss.  So when I saw Ashleigh Priest’s pictures of her “garden on the go” on the Fulltime Families Facebook Group, I got very excited and asked her to write an article on just how she made her mobile garden a reality. Here’s what she had to say:

Rver Rver, How Does Your Garden Grow?

Rver Rver, How Does Your Garden Grow?


2015 has brought my family a few epiphanies. We had a rough winter for 2014. Too much of it was spent in our camper, as this Floridian family tried to adjust to a Minnesota winter.  It seemed something was always happening. First our truck needed an expensive repair. Our water access port kept busting every couple of weeks. The truck broke down a second time. A third time. We were behind on all bills.  Bad weather, meant work days missed and money was tight.  Some weeks we had to decide between food or paying the cellphone bill. Food obviously came first.

RV Garden

RV Garden

Boy food is ridiculously expensive! How do people with large families do this?

Here’s epiphany number one.

If only we had a garden we could have healthy food. Too bad we travel.

March came around and my back went out. I’m young. This should not happen. It’s always attributed to my weight. Yes, I’m very unhealthy.

This was epiphany number two.

I NEED to get healthier! I really wish we could have a garden. How can this become something we can do?

I did research. Joined gardening groups on Facebook. Asked if anyone in the traveling groups have a garden. The limited replies I received were in the “that’s a cool idea” vain..  and if I followed through with the garden to keep everyone posted.

Garden on the Go

Garden on the Go

So, I got to work.

I planned out what I wanted to grow. What I’d use for containers. How to make my own compost (what’s a better fertilizer than compost 😉 ).

My original plan was to build planter boxes from pallets, have holes on both sides, put some rope through the holes, and make a loop on each side.

Then take two 2x4s, drill 7/8 inch holes in them and put a wooden dowel in the holes after putting the dowels through the rope and hang up the planter boxes. The 2x4s would have a rubber covering on the top and lean against the camper.

Phew! Let me say if that sounded like a lot of work, it was! With two toddler boys, I was already stretch thin. I got two planters built and that was that.

I planted sweet peas and green beans in the boxes.

Then I simplified.  I used four 5 gallon buckets to plant tomatoes and corn in. Everything got covered at night because there were still cool nights.

Then we got a surprise snow! That storm killed all my plants except my sweet peas. I decided to wait until May to replant.


This time I had a different plan.

I bought some storage tote boxes, soil, pea pebbles.

I took my original 5 gallon buckets, and with a hammer, and a nail, poked 4 holes in the sides of the buckets at the bottom. I put about 3 inches of pea pebbles in the bucket then filled up the bucket about 2/3 full with soil and added my seeds for corn and tomatoes (I feel like I just did this lol). Finally, I watered the seeds and set them aside.

I replanted green beans in the wooden box I used before. I watered them and put the box aside.


I was ready to expand my garden.

Butter crunch lettuce, spinach, green bell pepper, parsley, and basil seeds were all planted in the storage totes, which had been prepped like the buckets, with several holes and pea pebbles topped with soil.

In one tote, I planted the lettuce and spinach together. This way I have an instant salad with the combination of these greens.

The other box was a little more tricky. I went to Dollar Tree and bought two long, plastic planter boxes. I poked holes in them. Next I filled the tote box the way I did the other containers. I then grabbed two pieces of broken concrete blocks we had laying around and placed them on top of the soil in the tote box. Afterwards I placed the Dollar Tree plastic planters, each on the concrete pieces. There was space in between these, which is where the green bell pepper was planted. In one planter I put seed for basil and the other for parsley.

So far everything has sprouted wonderfully. I’ve harvested two large handfuls of sweet peas already. My lettuce has been harvested for salad as I please. My corn is growing along with my tomatoes. My last box has just sprouted in the last couple weeks.


The dirt on dirt.

I mentioned compost earlier. We made our own compost as well. We bought a Roughneck tote box (I think like 3 gallons) in dark blue. We have put in things such as used coffee grounds and filter, banana peels, orange peels, egg shells, ashes, mud, corn husks, and whatever else we thought of. We then bought fishing worms (don’t judge) and added them to the box as well. We read that the worms help aid in the breakdown of the matter and their excretions are good for the soil. I will be adding some compost to each plant this week.

I have been asked how we will transport our garden when we move. We have a bumper pull travel trailer so we are able to put the garden in the bed of the truck. We have a contractors topper on our truck so the garden will be protected during travel. As for crossing borders, we’ve never been somewhere we have been stopped, so we will address that if we ever encounter that problem. So I will say, use your best judgement and plan ahead.

Another option would be to place your garden in your shower during moves.

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I’m excited to see how well our traveling garden does. I hope to have enough of a harvest to give me the opportunity to learn to can as well.

For those considering gardening on the go, this is my first garden ever. I have not killed the plants this go around (so far). If you put your mind to it and do some research, you can do it! Happy trails!

Ashleigh Priest is a proud wife of a union pipe welder/fitter. Mother of two rambunctious toddler boys, traveling this great land since 2011. Always looking for the best in life to make my family the happiest and healthiest it can be.

You can find her on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ashleigh.huggins1?fref=ts

Boondocking in the Winter

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Post 1 of 7  (I hope)

Here’s we go a boondockin’ among the rocks and leaves

Here we go a drycampin’ without utilities….

It’s our first night of dry camping on US Forest Land in Arizona.  The temps tonight are supposed to go down to the teens!  Oh joy!

We spent the morning filling and emptying in preparation for our self contained adventure.

Filling water tanks, refrigerators, batteries, charging electronics and  fueling propane tanks.

We emptied tanks, garbage cans, laundry baskets and a sink full of dishes.

When we pulled in I felt liberated!  Stunning views, hundreds of acres to explore and no neighbors for our rowdy kids to annoy!

We hiked around and saw a deer and four cows (I’m sure they are wild cows)!

There are only 5 other rv’s here right now – die hards who need their space – no matter the temps.

I hope we make it the whole seven days.. but only time will tell.

Tune in tomorrow for our next installment…

Day 1 – Here we go a Boondocking

Day 2 – Boondocking Challenges

Day 3 – Dry Camping – Is it supposed to be this dry?

Day 4 – What’s the meaning of Christmas?

 Day &*#$% – It’s all a blur now


Kimberly Travaglino is the author of “How to Hit the Road”, a comprehensive step-by-step guide for making your family’s full time RV dreams a reality.  She also serves as the Editor of Fulltime Families Magazine, a company that supports risk takers, pioneers, and enlightened families blazing their own path across the country.

Tips for Organizing Your RV – Guest Post from Outdoorzer.com Founder, Julie McClain

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Space is a major problem for most RVers especially those that practice the full time RV lifestyle. Fitting all your worlds belonging that include kitchenware and clothes into an RV can prove to be a headache for many. When an RV is not well organized, it is not only going to be unpleasant to the eye but it could cause some serious health repercussions. It is important to note that even the biggest Class A Motorhomes have problem with space and it is therefore not just a problem for the small ones. Here are a few easy, cheap and space saving ways one can organize their RV.


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This is the most crucial area in the RV. Food is not only made but also stored here and therefore hygiene is very important. For the cutlery there are several options to use that ensure you use your small space to the maximum. An over the sink utensil rack is great option for utensils. Hooks on the inside of cabinet doors can be used for hanging the cutlery. Vertical space should be utilized to the maximum by placing dishes vertically in a dish cradle. Save some cupboard space by using nesting bowls and measuring spoons. Wall mounted magnets strips can also be used for the magnetic kitchenware such as knives and kitchen scissors. You can get an over the cabinet door waste bucket and therefore no need to create space for it. The aim is to have everything properly stored without the kitchen looking too congested.


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For food storage dangling jars can be used to store kitchen spices. This is simply done by screwing the lid of a jar on a wooden surface that is above. Fruits and vegetables can be put in a hung hammock. Spices can also be stored in a fold out spice rack. Foods such as nuts, cereals and meat should be properly stored in airtight containers to prevent rodent infestation. Such foods attract rodents which are a menace to live with, in an RV.


A flat toilet paper holder will create room for a towel rack. Toothbrushes and other toiletries can be placed in storage pods attached to the inside of the toilet cabinet. Use coat hangers to create a toiletries holder to prevent them from falling. Towels can also be hanged on flat toilet holder as this saves so much space. Use a towel caddy to hold all of your bath supply and it can also be hanged in the bathroom.

Sleeping Area

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Utilizing the sleeping area is very essential as the bed takes up most space and therefore leaving little space for the rest of the things. Use of caddy night stands will ensure that minimum space is used for your bedroom supplies. A storage headboard that is basically a sort of curtain with pockets is a great way to store books and other small products in the bedroom. Hanging cabinets can also be used for hanging clothes. Hangers with a slanted rod are perfect for ganging clothes as they utilize space as well as hanging a lot of them.

General Tips

Having known how to maximize specific places within an RV there are also ways to organize that works generally. One of the most effective is the use of pullout surfaces. You can incorporate a pullout on your bed, kitchen surfaces and cupboards to create that extra space for storage. Large supplies such as cleaning ones can be mounted on the ceiling and only used when they are needed. Hanging baskets can be placed anywhere within the RV and can be used for placing random things. Hideaway hooks can be used on doors where they double up as door handles as well as hangers. Magazine racks can also be placed in any room as they can hold a wide range of supplies including first aid kits, books, flashlights and many more supplies.
Most of these solutions for organizing your RV are easy and use materials that are easily available. You can do them yourself and will realize how inexpensive they are.


With these solutions space in an RV will no longer give you a headache and whether the RV is your full time home or you are just on a vacation with you family, your stay in the RV will not be a nightmare as both you and your family will have enough space to enjoy yourselves fully.

About the Author:

Julie is the founder of Outdoorzer, where she and her associates blog about camping and hiking tips, recipes, and gear reviews. Outdoorzer is a website for those who love the fresh air outdoors ñ Itís the best gift Mother Nature gives us!

How Do Full-Time RVing Families Make All Their Stuff Fit- Webinar Replay Available

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Missed the Webinar?  The replay is available here:

Kimberly Travaglino, co-founder of Fulltime Families, spent some time showing viewers her best tips for fitting everything an adventuring family of 6 needs into the 350 sq feet, the Travaglino family has been living in for the last 7 years.

  • What Kitchen Appliances are multipurpose?
  • Where do you keep all your clothes?
  • How about toy storage?
  • Family heirlooms and momentos?

Click the replay and join Kimberly and host, Georgianne Austin, Escapees Marketing Director, for this informative broadcast complete with Q&A Session.

Have further questions?  Consider purchasing your own copy of “How to Hit the Road; Making Your Family’s Full-Time RV Dreams a Reality“.



Guest Post: From Pumpkins To Purpose; Finding Community on the Road

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As my first official Halloween Hangout event draws to a close, I find myself deep in reflection.  Somehow, over the course of a few days, my perspective of this wonderful life has broadened to an almost unfathomable depth.  People I didn’t even know a few days ago are now amongst my greatest teachers and have inspired me in ways I’m still digesting.  How could a modest gathering of like-minded families affect one so drastically in such a short period of time?  img_0599
My family recently joined Fulltime Families and our journey is only now beginning to take shape.  Upon arriving for the Hangout event, we were excited to meet up with familiar faces and enjoy the fun activities planned.  We anticipated the candy and the crafts, the games and the food, however, I had no idea the impact it would have overall.

What began as an opportunity to fellowship with full-time families developed into something much greater.  The small talk lead to deep discussion.  The crafts turned into service projects.  The nightly campfires turned into friendships like none I’ve ever known.  Our bond is one of unity in community and so many families chose to serve one another as mentors.  Despite knowing our time together would be short, many invested themselves to help those still finding their way.  I’m in awe with gratitude and humbled by the generosity of each family.
The days were filled with laughter and squeals of children playing rowdy games of calf-tag.  Freshly tie-dyed shirts dried in the sun and colorfully-decorated pumpkins were proudly displayed.  A costumed parade of children giggled past creatively embellished campers and candy became it’s own food group for the weekend.  The evenings were announced with the burning of the first logs and campsites hosted a place for little ones to gather for movie time under the stars.  Memories were made and friendships were engraved into the hearts of children and adults alike.

Magic occurred in the hours after dusk.  After children were tucked into bed or settled down to draw their day to a close, many parents gathered their camping chairs and the ring around the fire grew.  As the flames danced, I realized what a heartbeat this time of the day was to those of us who attended.  It was a time of sharing our adventures with one another and those more experienced counseled with great wisdom to those of us eager to receive.  Tales of mishaps and great epiphanies laced their way into discussion and each night, I felt this time by the fire breathed life into why we chose this lifestyle for our family.

img_0534I was encouraged on so many levels, some of which were made through quiet observation.  Beyond the advantages of spending time in fellowship while witnessing our children form fast friendships, I saw men gathered under the hood of a truck diagnosing mechanical issues.  I witnessed a community of people halt their festivities to assist a camper struggling to back into his site.  Collectively, we winced at the potential for damage and action was taken, not knowing if the driver was even one of  our own.  It didn’t matter because we have all garnered an appreciation for our rig being our home, not our hobby.
As rigs have begun to roll out and the campground sites become vacant, it’s apparent how essential it is we stay connected as we blaze our own individual trails.  Not only for our enjoyment, but rather, for our presence.  Together we boldly declare the impossible is possible and that with perseverance and tenacity, dreams transition into reality.  I cannot imagine one could leave a gathering such as this without being renewed and refocused.
And so I’ve come full-circle and now see clearly how I can be so affected by the incredible families within our community over the course of a few days.  It’s because we are families within a family.  We have taken it upon ourselves to create a place of inclusion and each member is vital to the health of the full-time family endeavor.  It’s not about whether or not we can succeed on our own through independent travel.  It’s entirely possible to live this life disconnected and without investing into a community of fellow travelers.  The true question to ponder is why would you want to?

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img_0542Erica Allen is on her way to living life on purpose. She is a full-time RVing mom to 4 energetic kids and wife to her high school sweetheart, Jason. Her blog, Rambling While Rolling – One Mom’s Perspective of Life on the Road, showcases her adventures of life beyond the limits of property lines.

Wardrobe Makeover Vlog Day 2

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Holy Cow Y’all!  This transformation is totally working!  It makes no sense, but by getting rid of over half my wardrobe, I feel like I already have so many more stylish outfits to wear!  How is that possible?

Today, I rejected my normal t-shirt and jeans uniform and started the day in a blouse and a denim skirt.

img_0367I forced myself to accessorize.  For years I have worn the same necklace day in and day out.  I have a collection of blingy accessories, but they feel foreign to me, so I normally ignore them.

To be honest, this whole transition feels foreign to me and to date, this mental game is really my biggest obstacle.  I’ve done enough research and pinned enough pinterest boards to start understanding the look I want to achieve.  And it turns out, I already have a nice collection of basics to start with.  They were here the whole time, but I couldn’t see them through all the t’s!  But now putting them on and feeling fussy is something I need to start getting over.

I believe, the more I do it, the more natural it will feel, but until then, I really do have to force myself to move forward with this endeavor.  I just have to keep reminding myself why I’m doing this.

As I suspected and shared on today’s vlog, my 33 remaining pieces were going to be further reduced.  I tucked away my summer clothes and left 8 pieces hanging on the rack.  EIGHT!


The 8 that made the cut are:

  • 1 Graphic Tee
  • 1 3/4 sleeve black shirt
  • 1 cowl neck sweater
  • 1 chiffon hem sweater
  • 1 short sleeve blouse
  • 1 denim skirt
  • 1 pair of black leggings
  • 1 pair of skinny jeans

Then it was time for some fun!  I mixed and matched and created 9 outfits from these 8 pieces.  I could have kept going, but it was time for dinner!

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Now, with my belongings pared down the the absolute minimum, my next step will be to draw up a list of completers, accessories and a few more tops and bottoms and maybe some shoes to complete my new look.

Here’s today’s vlog where I talk about color palettes, and my fears regarding this challenge.

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Day 1

Wardrobe Makeover Vlog Day 1

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As I mentioned yesterday in my post about transforming my wardrobe, I’ve broken this process down into baby steps to make it more manageable.

Step 1: Inventory

I’m super excited to go shopping right now, because at the moment I feel that ol’ cliche feeling that comes with a closet full of clothes and yet, nothing to wear.  But I must temper the urge to splurge because deep down I know, that unless I take an inventory of my current wardrobe, I won’t actually solve my problem.  Shopping right now will just add more hastily purchased, poorly thought out items to my already bulging closet.


My Closet Pre Inventory – That’s not my Fire Rescue Jacket 😉

My goal for this initiative is to have less stuff, but good stuff.  Versatile stuff that when paired together and properly accessorized, will help me achieve a polished look.

I take everything out of my closet and my one drawer and through it all on the bed in a huge heap.

Pile o clothing

Pile o clothing

As I mentioned in today’s Vlog, one of the problems in my closet is my enormous collection of Fulltime Families t-shirts.  As I was live on FB a couple of really smart people mentioned that I should turn them into a quilt!  Brilliant!  That is precisely what I will do!

Sometimes it’s so hard to part with sentimental articles of clothing.  Or maybe you’re still holding onto your old maternity wardrobe, or your skinny clothes.  Whatever it is, if you’re not wearing it, it’s wearing you down.  Having that much clutter around, is a true energy zapper, so when you’re working on minimizing, really try to only keep the things you’ll definitely wear again and let the rest go!

I took out of my closet:

  • 8 Dresses
  • 1 Romper
  • 18 t shirts
  • 7 dressier tops / blouses
  • 6 sweaters
  • 3 pair of jeans
  • 5 pairs of leggings
  • 6 skirts
  • 4 pair of shorts
  • 2 yoga pants

That’s 60 items of clothing!  How is it possible that I feel like I have nothing to wear???


Chris’ Clothes Only – and our whole family’s shoes

I returned the following items back to my closet and set the rest aside to be donated:

  • 3 Dresses (1 summer, 1 dressy, 1 black)
  • 1 Romper
  • 7 t shirts
  • 5 dressier tops / blouses
  • 3 sweaters
  • 3 pair of jeans
  • 5 pairs of leggings (must keep all the leggings)
  • 3 skirts
  • 2 pair of shorts
  • 1 pair of yoga pants

33 pieces in total!  Gosh that feels good!  I can probably even pare down a bit more!


Look at all that space!

Here’s a video that discusses more about this first step:

Tune in tomorrow for Step 2!

Fall Capsule Wardrobe for the Full Time RVing Mom VLOG Series

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Is it possible to dress fashionably, as a mom, when you’re homeschooling, and living in an RV?  I’m about to embark on a journey of fashion discovery and I’m inviting you along for the “ride”.

This is kinda like when I embarked on a 30 Day Juice Fast, or maybe more like the time I tried to pare down my camper’s contents by 1 ton. Either way… it’s another one of my journey’s of personal discovery and I’m excited to share it with you!

You see, I’m usually a t-shirt and jeans kinda’ RV queen, but that look is gettin’ old and with crisper days and crunchy leaves under foot, I’m ready for a change!


The Height of my Fashion Sense- Red Sandals with a Pink Tshirt!

I recently attended my first LuLaRoe Pop Up Boutique at the Colonial Times Rally and learned that leggings are PANTS!  WTF!!!!!  Where have I been all these years!  Living under a rock…


Yes, I guess I have been living under a rock!

Mind blown!  So, since they seemed more fashion forward, and eons more comfy than jeans and t’s, I immediately overloaded on them and started wearing leggings exclusively!


Yes – Those are Campers on my Leggings!

I felt a bit more fashionable and I do love my leggings (which I am wearing right now as I type this confession) but this first step really whet my appetite for some real style.  So I headed over to Pinterest to learn how I could dress my leggings up a bit and I learned about pairing leggings with riding boots and ballet flats and stripey boatneck tops and jean jackets! This was an amazing breakthrough for me… and then that’s when it happened!

Anyone who knows me, knows I like to dive head-first into:

  • things I feel passionate about
  • things I get intrigued by
  • things that just mildly pique my curiosity as I’m strolling past them.
  • Case in point, flashback to 2007 – “honey, look at this cute pop up!  OMG!!! if we lived in a camper, we could have the most amazing life!!!!”.
Here's Me lookin' dressy with Cathy Carr at Escapade

Here’s Me lookin’ dressy with Cathy Carr at Escapade

So it should be no surprise that when I discovered the Capsule Wardrobe, I  became immediately obsessed with throwing EVERY STITCH of clothing I own, out, and buying  33 new, interchangeable, totally remixable, wear your pants as a sweater – they’re so versatile, pieces of clothing.

And then, since I’ve been down this road a time or two, like when I decided we should run away and join the circus, prudence intercedes and I decide that this time, I will “proceed with caution” and slowly transform my look.  I will use this as an opportunity to not only interject some intentional fashionable choices in my life, but also to further minimize my belongings and clear the clutter out of my closet for the “long haul” (phew – I can really “pack in” those Road References can’t I).

So, I’ve broken my plan into baby steps and I’ve decided to share this journey with other full-time rving moms, who may also find themselves in a fashion rut.  I invite you to join me on a Vlog journey of personal style discovery.  I will be Live Facebooking Daily and uploading the replays to our Youtube Channel.

I’d also love to hear about your wardrobe challenges and success stories!  Feel free to comment below or reach me at kimberly@fulltimefamilies.com

So here’s to a new look in two weeks!  Who knows, I might decide this is all too much for me and pursue a “naturalist” approach.  Either way, it should be as entertaining as that time I talked a bunch of people into carvanning to Slab City so don’t miss it!


Is 2016 Your Launch Year?

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