Whether you are a full-time or weekend warrior, breakdowns are a dreaded reality for many hitting America’s magnificent roadways. However, with a little preparation ahead of time, you can save yourself and your loved ones a lot of headache in the unfortunate event of vehicle issues.

Listing out tried and true gadgets that with not only help keep you and your loved ones safe in the event of a breakdown, RV Love provides real-world advice to you navigate your way through this frustrating part of RV life.

“First tip, use the safety gear you have.”  States Marc Bennett as he recalls his very own recent RV breakdown.

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This is one of those wonderful moments that every RVer (now matter how clean) has (or will unfortunately) experience at some point full-timing… You crawl into bed, finally get perfectly cozy for the night and then it happens…

Cue the sounds of adorable yet highly destructive little feet tap dancing in the ceiling of your RV. Now what?

If you’re like me, your next step (after immediately verbalizing some sort of profanity) is to jump directly on the internet and search for tried and true methods to quickly rid your home of these devilish little intruders. But what if you are out of service range for your phone or mobile hotspot?

It’s time to get creative.

With a little knowledge beforehand as to what mice like and conversely dislike, you can solve this potentially major problem rather quickly with one powerful magic weapon and unleashing your inner MacGyver.

Before I get to the magic ingredient you should keep stock of on your rig (and no I am not selling it here), I would like to give a shout out to that ‘those’ friends we are always discount and brush off. You know, the ones that are always touting the plethora of benefits pure essential oils provide and trying to convince you that you can replace this or that with a special cocktail of said oils. Yeah… They are 100% right on at least one of the oils. That magical ‘wonder oil‘ being pure peppermint oil.

So without further ado, here is how I was able to resolve my mouse issue quickly and effectively before it became a bigger problem.

Supplies used for mouse eradication:

  • Essential Oil Disfuser
  • 100% Pure USDA ‘Organic’ Peppermint Oil
  • Paper Towel Torn into Strips (One Strip for Each A/C Vent)
  • ‘Shoebox’ Sized Plastic Tote/Organizer with a Lid
  • Broom
  • Drawer
  • Box of Random Items
  • Dog Food

After calming down and realizing that cursing heavily was not enough to entice my furry intruder to leave on his own, I sprung to action with the knowledge that rodents hate peppermint with a passion. I grabbed my peppermint oil from the my container of essential oils and tore multiple strips, then placed one drop of oil on each strip. Additionally, I fired up my diffuser and loaded it with peppermint oil for good measure.

Note: You’re probably wondering if my rig smelled like Christmas threw up at this point and the answer to that question is yes, yes it did.

The next step I took was to take the paper towel strips with the oil and to place them in each A/C vent (making sure there was a portion still hanging out that I could grab when it was time to remove them) then to close the vent. I repeat this step with all but one vent.

My last step took a little more creativity, this step was to create an irresistible trap.

For my ‘trap‘ I elected to use the humane option of a shoebox sized plastic container with a lid and dog food directly under the remaining vent that was left open to tease my furry nemesis… But how was I going to keep this firmly adhered to the ceiling? The solution was surprisingly easy.

(The lid being easily accessible is important as you will need it to ‘seal’ the trap later.)

I grabbed my broom and placed the base of the inside of a random box, then set that box on an open drawer to give it tension with the broom’s handle against lid of the container. My trap was now set.

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Ok… I know, this trap looks pretty ghetto. But it was seriously effective.

Within less than five minutes I noticed my furry nemesis poking his tiny little nose out of the enclosed vent and at that point it was game over. Once my intruder smelled the mouse equivalent of a free Thanksgiving dinner he jumped into the box. I moved the broom and quickly sealed the container with the lid to ensure he did not go back into hiding.

Naturally, I was relieved and promptly set an additional trap just in case but luckily for me Baron von Whiskers was the singular stowaway hiding on my rig.

So now that you know how to trap a mouse in a pinch, here are a few methods that may help deter furry invaders to begin with:

Mothballs: It is widely theorized that rodents hate the smell of mothballs due to the pungent odor emitted by the active ingredients naphthalene and (or) paradichlorobenzene. While a majority of pest control companies have posted blogs disputing the effectiveness of using mothballs to repel rodents (likely because they just want your business), there are many individuals that swear by this method.

Because of the previously noted pungent odor emitted from mothballs and possible health risks associated with their active ingredients, this method should only be used in the outdoor storage compartments under your RV. To use this method, try placing mothballs in small containers with vent holes in the under storage compartments of your rig to deter rodents from entering.

Seal Off Anything Safe to Seal Off: Rodents are opportunists, be sure not to give them an opportunity to enter your RV if you can help it.

While completely sealing off all possible entrances is virtually impossible, you can make intrusion more difficult for this pesky freeloaders to take up residence. One highly effective best practice in rodent prevention is to insure that your storage doors are always fully closed when you are not accessing the contains underneath your RV. Additionally, make sure any small openings (that are not intended to be left open for ventilation or drainage) are properly sealed and replace worn seals to storage doors and slides if there are noticeable gaps developing.

For small gaps and openings, steel wool or fine mesh wire make for effective rodent roadblocks.

Do Not Unknowingly Offer Free Meals: Again, rodents are shameless opportunists so it is imperative you do not unknowingly offer them a free meal. Whether you are full-timing and dropped your rig off at the shop for a few days to have service work completed or you are a weekend warrior and you are placing your rig in storage, it is a best practice to remove inciting dry-goods (such as bread, cereal, rice, beans, flour, instant potatoes, etc.) from your cabinets.

To protect your pantry from these furry-terrorists while you are occupying your RV, be sure to store your dry-goods in airtight containers.

Have a pet? Make sure to keep their food in airtight containers as well and make sure to pick up that food bowl after meal time.

Keep it Clean: Good housekeeping is an imperative step in rodent control so use this as extra motivation to stay as tidy as possible… Wash those pesky dirty dishes sitting in your sink now and save yourself a headache tomorrow.

In addition to the the previously noted tips, sweeping the kitchen floor and taking out the trash nightly, as well as wiping down countertops after every meal will help make mice get the point that the ‘Kitchen is closed.’

More things to consider on the topic of keeping things tidy, mice love shreddable nesting materials such as old newspapers, napkins, paper towels, they also love to build nests in wood piles, BBQs, etc. With this in mind, be sure not to leave nesting materials close by your rig and check your covered BBQ regularly.

Have tried and true rodent control methods of your own? Share with us in the comment section below.

Looking for a truly unique RVing experience? Watch Drivin’ and Vibin’ review their stay at Flying Flags RV Resort in Buellton, California.

Located roughly one hundred miles away from Los Angeles in the beautiful rolling hills of Central California, the Flying Flags RV Resort feels worlds apart from the busy and often hectic daily grind California is well known for. Featuring a long list of amenities at the resort itself, Flying Flags RV Resort is also conveniently located near a plethora of truly unique tourism opportunities.

Staying 6 nights at the beautiful Flying Flags RV Resort, Kyle and Olivia experienced the many local wonders near by from the world famous Andersen’s Pea Soup, to the charming Danish village of Solvang. Enjoying locally produced wines in the surrounding community, Drivin’ and Vibin’ also explain what makes Flying Flags RV Resort one of the most memorable stays they have experienced on their full time journey.

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John and Laura Hebard of the YouTube Channel Hebard’s Travels had a rough week. It all began when their dually began showing signs of problems with the rear differential. Anyone who hauls a Fifth Wheel RV knows this is a big, big problem.

John took the truck to a local Chevy dealership in San Antonio to get it all diagnosed. The truck was left overnight for an inspection of the differential to see the extent of the work that would need to be done, as well as to gain an understanding of whether or not their warranty would cover the work. Work that will likely be very costly.

This morning, as John reports it, the Hebard’s should have gotten a call with news of the differential. They were hoping for good news, of course. An ideal outcome would have been that the work wouldn’t take long, would be covered by the warranty and wouldn’t cost anything out of pocket.

The call came, but it wasn’t the news they were expecting. The dealership called to inform the Hebard’s that their vehicle had been broken into as it sat overnight at the dealership. Their vehicle along with several others.

The Hebard’s describe the situation in full detail on their vlog update.

While having a stereo system stolen is terrible (one that included their back up camera), it could have been much worse. The Hebards had a large tool box in the vehicle as well as a generator on board at the time of the theft. The thieves appeared to be making quick work to steal stereos from multiple vehicles and move on.

Yes, the stereo would be covered by insurance. That said, there is a high deductible involved and a scenario that should have ended with differential work covered under warranty is going to end up costing the Hebards hundreds and hundreds of dollars in deductibles.

This is an important lesson for all RVers as John tells it. Never assume that because a large dealership appears to have its lots secured in well lit/safe areas that your vehicle doesn’t need to have everything of value removed before leaving it their. The same could be said for vehicles left at boondocking or “walldocking” locations. In the scenario the Hebards just went through there was no obvious sign that trouble could appear at any time.

Yet it did.

Be careful out there, folks.

Last Saturday we hosted an RVer gathering/meet-up just outside of San Antonio. We had an incredible evening of food, conversation, vlogging and social interaction. Those who came out included:

Some time ago I wrote at length about how RV Life provides for an escape from topics that serve no positive purpose in life. Such as pointless discussions about Hollywood rumors, fashion trends and the big one… politics. Of course, politics play a role in the lives of RVers. Especially when it comes to highway regulation, vehicle registration laws, income taxes, etc. But the whole “right vs left” nonsense is not really relevant. Maybe to an individual in a private setting of a voting booth, but not at the campfire.

Saturday there were ten of us huddled around the fire discussing everything from poop (what RVer meet-up is complete without hitting on the topic of poop) to rig weight, to favorite camping locations, organic food and everything in-between. I sat quietly and observed a lot of the dialog. I wanted to see where the discussions would naturally go.

It was all healthy social interaction. If the conversation topics weren’t designed to get a group of laughs they were built around ways to function better as an independent human. Discussions about how things break down and what the solutions are. How to minimize vehicle weight, how to shoot better video, how to market online, etc. All conversation on topics that serve an actual positive purpose in life. In the full time RV life.

You’ll occasionally see social media threads go haywire when a rogue RVer decides to unwisely inject politics into a conversation. But generally speaking, and as an overwhelming majority of scenarios, RVers know that today’s politics stand to divide us, not unite us. And as full timers… we seek to be united in our daily lives.

I have no idea what political affiliations the RVers who spent time with us have. I don’t care what they are. And none of them cared to share them. Because in those moments such affiliations don’t matter. It doesn’t matter if half of the group supports one party and the other half another. While there may be disagreements on that front, RV Life isn’t about finding areas in which we all strongly disagree and then focusing significant time building the momentum of such disagreements.

That act would be counter-productive and damaging to the healthy social interactions at work. So it’s incredible and amazing to me that unlike virtually any other community in our nation RVers have figured this out. It’s an unspoken code that politics have no place at the campfire. And when that code is followed everyone is united in a common set of principles, lifestyles and shared stories.

This is one of the aspects of the lifestyle I most looked forward to. I see what political divides are doing to society and I saw a community based movement that appeared unified in every aspect of RV living. How does it work? It works because unlike the rest of society RVers don’t mix the two.

As a result of this we all have a much healthier social environment. That in and of itself is very attractive to me. It’s profoundly compelling and lends itself to the organic power of the RV life.

What say you?

Eric Odom


DATE: August 10th, 2017
CONTACT: Press Office



(MILWAUKEE, WI) – Nomadic Life Films, the studio behind RV Nomads (, an upcoming feature length cinematic documentary exploring the full time RV movement, announced today that Marc and Julie Bennett will join the project in an expanded capacity. The Bennetts will take part in the film’s story arc as full time RVing cast members and will help manage development for the production studio. They will also serve as project advisors as production begins in 2018.

Marc and Julie are well known in the full time RV movement, having successfully established their brand (RVLove) as one of the most visible and respected resources for RVers of all stripes. They also founded and manage the RV Success School, a learning system considered by many RVers and industry brands to be on the leading edge of online training for RVers of all levels of experience.

Aside from being experienced and respected full-time RVers, the creators of and personalities behind their popular YouTube channel, Marc and Julie Bennett bring a combined wealth of business and marketing experience to the RV Nomads film project. In their previous careers, they have both worked on inspiring, high profile projects backed by a passionate movement that has helped elevate each project’s success,

Until recently, Marc Bennett was Director of Operations for a highly successful e-commerce company that grew from zero to nearly half a billion dollars in sales in 4 years, working with the executive team to support the company through an exponential growth period. Prior to that, Marc was Program Manager and Contest Judge for the internationally renowned Body-for-LIFE fitness contest (based on the book by New York Times bestselling author Bill Phillips) and recruited, inspired and trained high caliber representatives for the transformational Body-for-LIFE movement. Marc’s first experience in a luxury RV was when he led a high profile national tour traveling the USA in a fully wrapped Body-for-LIFE branded Prevost Class A Motorhome to maximize media publicity while distributing prizes to Champions (contest winners) around the country while managing a multi-million dollar budget.

As a communications and marketing entrepreneur, Julie Bennett worked and promoted several internationally renowned bestselling authors and was involved in the related grass-roots marketing campaigns for 3 documentaries in niche markets, including the smash hit The Secret which grossed over $65M in domestic DVD Sales, What the Bleep Do We Know, a viral marketing sleeper hit that grossed over $16M globally and Indigo, which played in 603 locations around the world and grossed $1.2M. Julie built a startup company, taking it from zero to $1M in revenue in 3 years, as it became a leading industry brand in the area of personal transformation. She also Project Managed the PwC Forbes Global CEO Conference in Sydney, Australia and managed the public relations for job site and parent global advertising agency TMP Worldwide.

Marc and Julie bring to the RV Nomads story an incredible sub-narrative of entrepreneurship that will translate on film in a powerful way. Their partnership with the studio will push tremendous new potential into the mix as the motion picture begins to gain steam going into the 2018 production and full release phases.

The Bennetts live in a 2012 Tiffin Allegro Open Road 36’ gas motorhome and tow a 2006 MINI Cooper S Convertible for exploring and running errands. Their YouTube channel boasts more than 15,000 subscribers and nearly a million and a half video views. Their combined social media reach as influencers is extraordinary and the content they publish is highly regarded by RVers and industry alike.

Their partnership in the film project is monumental and the studio is thrilled to be working alongside them as the movie begins to take shape.

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Nomadic Life Films, in partnership with Square House Creative, is today releasing details of initial distribution platforms that will be available for the RV Nomads motion picture. While the studio is working with a distribution partner to promote the project to content platforms such as Amazon Prime and Netflix, the film will always be available through the platforms described below.

There will be two initial versions of the film released to the public when the final cut is approved in the fall of 2018.

  • Free On-Demand: The full movie will be available in a high definition ad-supported format available for unlimited streaming via RV Nomads TV.
  • Premium Multi-Platform On-Demand: Viewers can purchase an ad-free high definition unlimited streaming option that will come packed with a behind-the-scenes mini-documentary, deleted scenes and additional bonus content. Physical versions of the film will also be available for purchase, including a limited edition DVD and/or Blu-Ray. The premium version of the film will also be housed at RV Nomads TV.

Let’s take a closer look at ways you’ll be able to watch the movie.


Our goal from day one has always been to tell this amazing story and make it available to as many viewers as possible. The story arc is designed to be entertaining and informative for both those who have been RVing for some time and those who may be just learning about it or starting to consider it. It’s a powerful story and we want it to reach a wide audience.

With this being the case, we’re going to take a leap of faith and make the movie available for FREE!

To watch the movie for free all you’ll need to do is visit the official free on-demand stream site that will be hosted on the RV Nomads TV website. The streaming page isn’t there yet because the movie isn’t finished. But when it’s ready you’ll be able to gather your friends and family and stream the movie in high definition as many times as you want!

The video player works great with desktops that airplay to TV’s, mobile devices and smart TV’s with web browser capabilities.

How can we afford to do this? There will be a few ads thrown into the mix. While putting a few ads in the timeline is probably not our favorite thing to do, the reality is this is a very expensive project and streaming high definition video isn’t cheap.


Those wanting to watch the video in a lot of other environments and applications, with a lot more goodies thrown in and no ads, can certainly do so by purchasing the premium version of the film.

This on-demand high definition version will be available via the following:

  • Roku
  • Apple tvOS/iTunes/iOS
  • Amazon Firestick
  • Google/Android
  • Web (Direct)

The premium version of the movie will include a mini-documentary from the Producer and Director showing the production process, how this all got started and what all went into the making of the movie. It will also include deleted scenes and a plethora of other bonus content.

In addition to the premium streaming version, viewers will have the option of purchasing a limited edition DVD and/or Blu-Ray.

Note: Those pre-ordering the film through RV Nomads Gear will not have to re-purchase and will be sent a password to access the premium version of the film.

We’re very excited to be entering production for the film and we can’t wait to share this story with the world!

Open Road Today is home to Nomadic Life Media, LLC and Nomadic Life Films, the production studio behind the RV Nomads motion picture and RV Nomads TV.

When our team began transitioning to full time RV life (a full year process and we’re almost on the road) earlier this year we were completely enthralled by the lifestyle itself and the movement behind it. Saying we were hooked would be an understatement. We would meet all day, talking about the thrill of it all, and then stay at the office through the evenings binge watching RVer YouTube channels.

We were starving for content. We wanted to know the story. We wanted to consume the adventures others were going on. We wanted our own feelings about nomadic life confirmed by others and we wanted to see the journey through the perspective of those out there actively living it.

YouTube was and is a great start. There are hundreds of thousands of Americans living the full time RV life, so it isn’t a surprise that a lot of them are documenting their journey through film. In short personal form, RVing YouTubers have it handled.

But when it comes to long form episodic shows and feature length films… good luck finding something to watch. Netflix, Amazon and the major networks haven’t touched the story. At least, not in a compelling way that most RVers can relate to with broad appeal.

This was before we decided to take the plunge with major investment into producing the feature length film RV Nomads. This was before we decided to produce RV Nomadic content of any kind. This was at a time when our staff had decided to collectively prepare to buy RV’s and eventually hit the road. The plan was to take our marketing operation with us and work on the roam.

But the question kept plaguing us. With such an epic story to tell about a movement that appears to be exploding in growth, why is there not more long form entertainment focusing on RV life? Amazon and Netflix, for example have a plethora of documentaries on virtually any topic you can think of. Anything, that is, outside of the RV life.

Which is bizarre. The RV industry is experiencing record growth in ways no other industry is seeing. Hundreds of new RVers hit the road every day. The RVIA estimates there are nearly 1,000,000 full time RVers today. Granted, a big bulk of those are likely stationary, but the fact remains there is a consumer market well into the millions of Americans who live the RV life in one way or another. Full time, part time, weekend warriors, you name it.


Furthermore, the vast majority of RVers are not watching standard cable/network television unless they’re at a campground that includes the service as part of the full-hookup amenities. They’re likely watching content streamed online (provided there is cellular data service or strong enough wifi).

So where is the entertaining content designed for this huge market of content consumers? Why is there such a huge void?

Part of the answer is the economics of the entertainment industry. To make this point we’re going to take a look at the Travel Channel show Big Time RV. It’s a high end episodic production that targets a small, niche market of high end RV consumers.

Check out the last three posts on their main site.

Million Dollar RV Pictures, $100,000 Dishwasher Pictures and a post about getting 500 Horsepower for under $400K. It’s an extremely well produced show and very visually appealing overall.

But let’s face it, this program is targeting a small niche audience that can afford $500,000 rigs. It’s not designed for the masses within the RV lifestyle. It probably costs more to produce a single episode than we’ll spend producing a full feature length motion picture.

And with that kind of cost, the ad dollars required to support such a program are enormous. Of course, when your targeted audience may be in the market to buy $500,000 rigs, the ad dollars are justified with only a hand full of sales.

You see, advertising with such a costly program when the products being marketed are $25,000 travel trailers and $45,000 5th wheels just doesn’t work. The economics quickly get out of balance. It doesn’t matter if it attracts a larger, broader audience. It’s just not as cut and dry in terms of the sales justifying the ad rates needed to justify the high costs of production and air time on such a large cable network.

So those of us wanting content exploring the daily life of the average RVer are left out of the picture. Hollywood and the cable networks in Manhattan aren’t interested in us. Their high end production teams and extraordinary overhead require them to spend a truck load of cash to produce 22 minutes of content, so much cash that they’re forced to demand huge sums in ad dollars to support such content.

Hence niche big spender shows like Big Time RV. Shows that still provide value and entertainment to their targeted audience, but don’t reach the broader RV movement. Not even close.

They don’t need to.

So here we were stuck looking at this huge void. On one end of the spectrum you have a lot of great YouTube content in short form and on the other you have high end content targeting an audience most of us don’t fit in. What about everything in the middle? What about the rest of us?

That’s why RV Nomads was born. And while RV Nomads is currently our primary focus, as it should be, trust us when we say… RV Nomads is just the beginning of something special brewing here at ORT.

We’re currently exploring multiple episodic programs to run alongside our feature length motion pictures. By the end of 2018 our studios will be rolling out a wide range of entertaining productions designed specifically for the RV community. We’re looking at multiple shows, additional films and various other relevant programs. We’re laying the framework for a full scale independent content network.

It’s going to be exciting, folks. Buckle up and get ready for an amazing ride!

-The ORT Team


DATE: July 16th, 2017
CONTACT: Press Office





(MILWAUKEE, WI)Nomadic Life Films, the studio behind RV Nomads (, an upcoming feature length cinematic documentary exploring the full time RV movement, announced today that Air Force Veterans Sean and Julie Chickery are joining the cast and will appear in the movie. The film is set for a tentative release in the fall of 2018 and will tell the story of the full time RV movement like it has never been told before.

Sean, a Doctor in Health Science, is a Medical Research Study Manager, and Julie is a Content Manager. The couple work full-time from theirHeartland Cyclone 4200 Fifth Wheel Toy Hauler, working together to juggle professional careers with a heavy dose of adventure whenever and wherever possible.

“As working professionals, we’re especially excited about participating in this project to share with others that they don’t have to wait for retirement to pursue their dreams,” the couple said in response to being signed on for the film. “We are proof that you can continue your professional careers and enjoy your life while traveling around North America. After serving 20 years in the US Air Force, we’ve also grown to love travel and meeting people from all walks of life. One of the things we really enjoy about full timing is meeting other RVers from all walks of life, exchanging stories, and realizing we are part of a larger community. “

Hundreds of thousands of Americans are beginning to see the full time RV life as a solution to personal woes brought about by a sense of being locked down to the “rat race” of traditional living. RV Nomads is being produced to explore a cultural shift happening across America and the Chickery story is an important part of the overall picture.

Sean and Julie live on the open road with their cat (Callie), moving along at their own pace and enjoying the freedom of full time travel. They prefer full hook-up campground stays and have been living full time in an RV since 2014.

Their travels are documented via their website ( and their Facebook page Chickery’s Travels.

Nomadic Life Films looks forward to telling the Chickery story through RV Nomads. The film producers firmly believe viewers will be entertained, informed and extremely fascinated when learning about their journey of extraordinary personal discovery through the full time RV life.

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DATE: July 12th, 2017
CONTACT: Press Office





(MILWAUKEE, WI)Nomadic Life Films, the studio behind RV Nomads (, an upcoming feature length cinematic documentary exploring the full time RV movement, announced today that solo full time RVer Kelly Beasley is officially a cast member and will appear in the movie. The movie is currently moving into an early production phase and is scheduled for full release in the fall of 2018.

In 2014 Beasley decided to sell most of her belongings, purchased a travel trailer and moved out of her three bedroom home in favor of full time life on the open road. For the past two years she’s been on a full time adventure, exploring America’s back-country and living a nomadic life of freedom wherever she wants, when she wants and how she determines.

“I came to a crossroads in life,” Beasley said. “I could either trudge forward with the same old same old, or I could make RV life a reality. If I gave up a few things, I could gain so much more. Now I live on the cheap, and will be spending money on things I WANT to spend it on, not on travel to and from work, a too-expensive rental or mortgage, high electricity bills, home repair, clothes to appear nice at work, etc. Life is more exciting. I haven’t been depressed a day on the road.”

Beasley’s life changing decision is one tens of thousands of Americans are now joining her in. Full time RV life is catching on across the nation and many RVers now view it as a minimalist movement to unplug from traditional life in favor of more control over how they live.

“A sleeping giant is waking up,” said a spokesperson for Nomadic Life Films. “A cultural shift is happening and many Americans are beginning to realize they’ve been misled on what the American dream is. It doesn’t have to be about extreme debt, 60+ hour work weeks and pre-determined routine. The digital age has made it possible for us to choose a simpler life with a lot more liberty to do as we choose, when we choose to do it.”

Indeed, growth in the RV industry is breaking records. In an economy where many retailers are struggling to identify consumers willing to spend, recreational vehicle sales totals are beating virtually every other consumer goods industry. RV life is quickly becoming more mainstream, and as it does the number of those who choose to live it full time is dramatically increasing.

Beasley and her dogs spend most of their time “boondocking” off the beaten path. She prefers remote camping spots where she can enjoy solitude, beautiful views and the ability to explore areas where fewer venture due to the off grid nature of these locations.

She documents her journey through her personal website at ( and manages a popular RV guide website at (

Nomadic Life Films looks forward to telling Beasley’s story through RV Nomads. The film producers firmly believe viewers will be entertained, informed and extremely fascinated when learning about her journey of extraordinary personal discovery through the full time RV life.

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