Hi there, we are the "Schrock's". We're a couple in our 40's learning all about full time RV life on the road in the USA. Hope you find our website fun and interesting.
~Beth and Justin
Below are a few of the areas that we are either very familiar with or currently learning about:
Class A Motorhome Face Lift. Our progress so far on remodeling our RV for full time travel and living. RV life is something we've been looking forward to for a long time. Doing an RV remodel or better an RV facelift since we aren't altering the basic layout too much.
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RV life blog. Here we post about our experience living full time in our RV on the road. Justin has his own DIY RV blog (RVrecTrek.com). He's learning as he goes, but is an installer and handyman etc., basically he fixes stuff, lol. In this blog I will be writing and posting. I am going to be documenting everything, from full time RV living tips & tricks we find useful, travel and work on the road, a bit of personal reactions and thoughts here and there. Basically, it will be sorta random and down to earth stuff.
Photography, video editing, art, creative writing, poetry, web design, website editing & maintenance, social media assistant. Web development consulting (teaching others how to maintain their own company websites on their own.) I feel it's best to run your own website vs. constantly having to send updates to a third party. I am currently learning the art of unique real estate photography & video creations. I have some experience in real estate staging/decorating. As a super host on Airbnb I really enjoyed learning about the guests from around the world and what their general preferences were. My gallery is random projects or art, photography, & web design ideas I am working on or have already completed.
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