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Family Went From 6000-sq.-ft. to Nomad Life in an RV

The Hadleys had enjoyed RV vacationing and even a park model in the past, but that was with a 6,000+ square foot home base with three stories and lots of stuff. When Craig lost his job in 2020, he joked with Allison that they should sell the house and live in an RV. But that joke started a conversation that changed their lives!

Within two weeks, they were looking at RVs and came across the one you’ll see below. They got an inspection, made some renovations, and started their nomadic life. Now Craig has a new remote job he does from his office on the rig, and the kids are loving roadschool and all it has to offer. What do you think of their RV?

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How a Lay-Off Sent Them on A Great Adventure

From 6000 sq ft to an RV Family of 5

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The boys sleep in a bunk room and their teen daughter has the front couch area.

From 6000 sq ft to an RV Family of 5 2

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They have a little dishwasher to make it easier to keep up with a family’s worth of dishes.

From 6000 sq ft to an RV Family of 5 3

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VIDEO: Family of 5 in RV – Traveling the Country After Selling Their Big House

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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