Jessica Lauren Vine

Jessica Lauren Vine first hit the road for full-time RV life when she was 5 years old. She and her parents traveled in multiple RVs for around 7 years before they took up permanent residence. When Jessica was older and had a family, she took her crew on the road for 2.5 years. They lived in 2 different RVs during that time. One 18 foot long and one 28 foot long. Both pull-behind RVS.

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We Hit the Road RVing with NO Experience, 4 Kids, a Dog & a Cat—In an 18 Foot Travel Trailer

When people hear that we RVed for two and a half years, that always sounds so glamorous but it wasn’t really glamorous for a while and I am going to put it all out there. My hope is to inspire someone that might be considering the lifestyle or might be trying to figure out whether …

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Should You Put RV Stabilizers Down in Storage?

Your RV’s stabilizers, also known as jacks, are an important system on your rig. It’s simple—they level the rig, front and back and side to side, and make for a stable platform so that your rig is not rocking back and forth when someone is walking around. Most rigs come with manual jacks that can …

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Common Causes for RV Fires

RV fires can start at any time, whether your RV is moving or parked. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), almost 2,000 RV fires occur yearly. Faulty wiring and electrical shorts lead to nearly 35% of all RV fires.  Unfortunately, several other reasons, such as issues with water heaters, generators, and air conditioners, …

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What Is Boondocking?

When my husband and I started RVing, we kept hearing the term boondocking. What is boondocking? After a bit of confusion, we learned that boondocking is when you camping without hookups. Most of the time it’s when you’re camping remotely and don’t have a town to rely on. I know it can sound a little …

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