I've spent the majority of my adult life living the mobile lifestyle in various converted vans and RV's. In fact, I moved into a full-size Dodge campervan at age 16 and lived at the beach without a care in the world, partying with friends daily, doing odd jobs to fill the gas tank and stock the mini fridge. The main draw being the freedom and lifestyle....just turn the key whenever I want a new view, or go on a trip.

Over the years I experimented with various Class B van motorhomes, a couple Class C's, a large Class A, and yep even paying rent (gasp) in apartments when I had temporary lapses in good judgment. Over a decade and a half later, I'm back fulltiming on wheels. I feel much happier when I have less things in life. Less stuff, more happiness. Who the hell needs five rooms, two TV's and storage lockers full of junk they never use? Spending the majority of your life working for a house you aren't even occupying 9-5 for 5 days a week or more is truly assinine in my opinion. Is that really why we're on this planet?

A home is not defined by whether it's sitting on a concrete foundation or on rubber wheels or floating on water. It's also not determined by size. Home is a place that you can call yours and you feel comfortable in, whether that be a mansion, a tiny home, a treehouse, a boat, an RV or a van...it does not matter.

So here I am, once again living happily in my newest RV, a 21' Class B motorhome, and wondering why on earth I took so long to become mobile and free once again. So I decided to share it with the world...and to my pleasant surprise I am not the only one on YouTube doing this, it is in fact a large and fast growing community of mobile home dwellers all over the world. Each and every one of them discovering that there is more to life than commuting and slaving to pay for stuff they don't even need their entire lives, and hoping one day they'll get a 2 week vacation from their rat race jobs. House with white picket fence and two cars? No thanks. To me, that is the opposite of freedom. It's not the true Canadian/American dream for many of us.

Join me on my YouTube channel at JUSTINCREDIBLE.TV, spread the freedom. There's enough to go around, just grab some and make it yours. Keep on rockin' in the free world.

The motorhome

Xplorer 230 XLW widebody Class B on a Ram 3500 1-ton dually chassis. Upgraded with a marine propane fireplace, solar panels, sound system and LED lighting throughout.
Xplorer was founded by Ray Frank, who built the world's first commercial motorhome in 1958. Frank's wife is credited with coining the term "motor home" because she
didn't like the then-popular "house car" name. "Motorhome" caught on and stuck!



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