Rv Humor Sayings: Fun on the Road

Home is where you park it.

I don’t need therapy, I just need to go camping.

It’s all fun and games until the black water tank overflows.

I’m a simple person who loves majestic views and the hum of a RV engine.

In a RV, you’re always home for the holidays.

My retirement plan is to go camping.

Life is better in a RV.

Camping: the art of getting closer to nature while getting farther away from the nearest cold beverage, hot shower, and flush toilet.

Some see crazy, we see an adventure!

I’m not lost, I’m RVing.

Driving in style, living in leisure. That?s the RV way.

There are far better things ahead than the ones we leave behind ? like the open road in a RV.

You don’t have to be crazy to camp with us… we’ll train you.

It’s hard to be sad when you’re breathing in fresh air and staring out at wide open spaces.

My perfect weekend is filled with campfires, good books and scenic RV views.

Keep calm and RV on.

It’s not camping unless it’s RV camping.

The worst day camping is still better than the best day working.

Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat.

We may not have it all together, but together we have it all… in our RV.

Home is where you park it.

What happens in the RV, stays in the RV.

Rollin’ with the homies…in the RV.

RV there yet?

Life is better in an RV.

Keep calm and RV on.

RVing: It’s not the destination, it’s the journey.

Retired: Under new management – see spouse for details.

I Go Where I’m Towed to.

Honk if parts fall off.

My other vehicle is my house.

Adventure before dementia.

In an RV, every day is a weekend!

If the RV is a-rockin’, don’t come a-knockin’!

It’s not the pace of life that concerns me, it?s the sudden stop at the end.

Like a turtle, I carry my home on my back.

I brake for yard sales.

Caution: Spontaneous stops at quilt shops.

We’re spending our kid’s inheritance, one campground at a time.

Eat, Sleep, RV, Repeat.

Living in an RV full-time: Strong coffee, bright stars, open road.

Home is where you hook up: Welcome to RV life.

I’m in a relationship with freedom. Her name is RV.

My retirement plan is just to drive until I run out of gas.

I don’t suffer from wanderlust. I enjoy every bit of it.

My house has wheels: What’s your superpower?

Retirement goal: Financial independence and a full tank.

Home is where the heart is. My heart sits in a 32 ft Coachmen.

Travelling in an RV: where arriving is only half the fun.

Why yes, I did pack everything, including the kitchen sink

RV travel: Because the journey should be as exciting as the destination.

RV life: Open spaces, open mind.

All you need is less, especially when RVing.

The secret of happiness? An RV, good company, and an endless road.

RV is the tiny house that moves with you.

RV: Retirement Vehicle or Rolling Vacation? You Decide.

Can’t find me? Sorry, my house just moved.

Happiness comes in many forms. Mine is a steering wheel in one hand and an RV map in the other.

An RV kind of lifestyle: Where the wifi is weak but the connection is strong.

If you’re lucky enough to be in an RV, you’re lucky enough.

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