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Guest Articles Written by Cindy Scott

Guest articles written by Cindy Scott for other blogs in conjunction with Cinders Travels.


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The Top 5 Pros and Cons of Full Time RVing

Cindy and Barrett Salt Flats
Hi there! I’m Cindy, and I’ve been a full-time RVer with my husband Barrett and our two cats Squirt and Vodka for a little over one year now. Before taking off on this journey, I lived in many big cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Austin, Pittsburgh…

How to Structure That “Typical Day” Feeling Into RV life

Us with Keystone Cougar in Glacier
You might be wondering why a full-time RVer would be searching for the feeling of a “typical day.” After all, when discussing RV life, typical is a bit of an oxymoron. Isn’t part of the point of the RV lifestyle to escape the norm…

10 Holiday Gift Ideas for Full-Time RVers

Holiday Christmas Lights on RV
The holidays are here! And no matter which of them you personally celebrate, it’s pretty much a guarantee you’ll be going shopping at least once or twice over the upcoming month.
Perhaps you have an RVer in your life, and you have no idea what you should gift them…

8 Questions to Consider Before Purchasing a New RV

purchasing rv camping world lot
It’s fall y’all, which, by many, is thought of as a prime time to purchase a new car. But for those of you considering buying a new RV, you may be wondering if the same logic applies. While the RV industry does have a few similarities to the car industry, it also has many…

6 Reasons To Consider Renting an RV Before Buying One

Cougar at Glacier
As someone who lives out of their RV full-time, I can tell you the number one thing I wish we would have done before switching over to this lifestyle was rent an RV. I promise I am not making this up. If you don’t believe me, feel free to check out where I have already written…

How to Keep Calm while Parking your Camper

In RV life, there are plenty of situations that are capable of turning a pleasant day sour. Converters fail, refrigerator fuses go out, and trucks breakdown. Mechanical disruptions are an inevitable part of this lifestyle, but a fair tradeoff when you also think of all of the good…

How to Pick the Best RV Park to Stay at During Your Trip – Part Two

Getting ready for a trip, but not sure how to pick the best RV park for your stay? To make the process of figuring out where to hunker down a bit easier, last month, I laid out the five most important topics you should consider before booking a spot. They are…

How to Pick the Best RV Park to Stay at During Your Trip – Part One

So, you’re planning a trip with your newly rented or purchased RV. How exciting! It’s likely you already know where you want to go and what you want to be doing there. After all, those tend to be the first decisions made when planning a getaway. But you may not be as sure…

How to Find an RV Camping Spot Near National and State Parks During Peak Season

Lately, the weather has been warming up all across the United States. Odds are good you’re starting to dream about getting away from the hustle and bustle and pondering a trip out to one of our beautiful national or state parks. You’re not the only one. Summer is the most…

Full Time RVer Cindy Shares Her Experience With Us!

Hi RVshare readers! My name is Cindy, and since November of 2018, I’ve been living full-time in a Keystone Cougar fifth wheel, with my…

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