From the writers at SF Gate.
Artist and photographer Amy Salvato had never been in an RV before she and her husband Michael, a jazz guitarist and bandleader, moved into one in December 2013.
Now the couple’s unusual odyssey out of homelessness has led to a new career: running RV Life Rocks, a club for those experiencing or interested in exploring life on the road in San Francisco and the Bay Area.
Being a member gets you access to all kinds of tips (call them “RV hacks”) to minimize stress and expenses and maximize vistas.
“Michael kept getting approached by people and would be asked about figuring out how to maintain an RV and all sorts of questions,” said Amy. “He just noticed the pattern that people would benefit from an information site that would have accurate information about the good, the bad, and the ugly about being in an RV, whether it’s for a year or a week.
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