A Plan for Going Off Grid

A Plan for Going Off Grid
We have a rather large roof on our 1988 Tiffin Allegro. The RV is 33 feet long with a solid aluminum roof, much of it free of anything. If we want to put solar panels on it, I'm sure there is a way, though it may require some work to make it all happen. I've read a lot of information...

Converting the RV to Off Grid Life

Converting the RV to Off Grid Life
Since we live in our RV and want to establish ourselves on our own land somewhere, it makes sense to take the RV with us and live in it while we build our structure. At the moment, we cannot really run completely separate from shore power as we would have to run the generator a lot to keep our batteries...

Getting Fresh Water Off Grid

Getting Fresh Water Off Grid
To live off grid in a house we build ourselves, there are many things we need. We have some items that can be used and adapted, but there are still a lot of things we need to get and prepare for this next phase of our lives. We want things to be stable, comfortable enough, self sufficient, independent, and reliant...

Off the Grid?

Off the Grid?
We've been full time in our RV since August 2017. In that time, we've had many things go wrong. We tried to travel, headed south, headed north a little, headed back south and ended up at a workamping job in Florida. We are stable now, but not prospering. Our bills are getting paid, things are slowly starting to improve, but...

Smart Home on Wheels: adding technology to aging motorhomes

Smart Home on Wheels: adding technology to aging motorhomes
Here at Bubba On The Road, we love gadgets. We love technology, we love having the internet always accessible. We are approaching 40, so both of us grew up in a time when computers were just starting to become used in homes, video game consoles were 8-bit, and the internet at home was unheard of. As we grew up and...