Hi Everyone. Well, after 15 years the RV-Dreams Community Forum is coming to an end. Since it began in August 2005, we've had 58 Million page views, 124,000 posts, and we've spent about $15,000 to keep this valuable resource for RVers free and open. But since we are now off the road and have settled down for the next chapter of our lives, we are taking the Forum down effective June 30, 2021. It has been a tough decision, but it is now time.

We want to thank all of our members for their participation and input over the years, and we want to especially thank those that have acted as Moderators for us during our amazing journey living and traveling in our RV and growing the RV-Dreams Family. We will be forever proud to have been founders of this Forum and to have been supported by such a wonderful community. Thank you all!!

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Farewell RV Dreams!

Damn - totally made me tear up typing that “subject” 

Back in the summer of 2013, I started researching this crazy full-time RV lifestyle. My husband thought I was nuts. He loved the idea of it but never thought we could do it before official retirement because it would be too expensive. We were both 48 years old and nowhere near being independently wealthy. Howard and Linda helped us realize we could do it. They gave us the courage to do it.  Proved it was possible.  I read every word of the journal and focused a lot on the financials - especially since Bill is a numbers guy! 

Now, 8 years later, we’ve been full-time almost 7 years. We attended our first rally in April 2014 and never looked back. Closed on our house August 29, 2014 and never regretted our decision. Never once. We met our “tribe” at that first rally, and our core group is still close - Class of 2014 ROCKS! 

Since then, we’ve gone to 5 other rallies, for a total of 6. Another Educational, two Boondocking and two Reunion. We’ve loved every minute of them all! We’ve expanded our tribe and knowledge at those rallies. We also were able to give back, which we believe is very important. 

All of this to say a whole-hearted THANK YOU to Howard and Linda. We love you guys and wish you well in your new life. There aren’t adequate words to tell you what you mean to us. We are grateful every day for your friendship and for this amazing community you created.  



Bill & Kelly - with Callie along the ride.  

2011 Ford F350 Diesel Dually 4x4 

2014 Heartland Landmark, Grand Canyon 

"All those who wander are not lost" Tolkien

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