This post may contain affiliate links.

Fellow full-time RVer Heath Padgett, best known for his documentary Hourly America, recently interviewed us for his popular podcast. In the video above, we interview him about interviewing us. How meta is that?!

As Heath and his wife Alyssa traveled the country in their RV, he worked 50 jobs in 50 states in one year… immediately following their wedding! They lived to tell about it, and the documentary about the experience is currently being screened in select cities.

Heath is also the creator and host of The RV Entrepreneur Podcast, a weekly show featuring location-independent entrepreneurs who have made the leap into the RV lifestyle and taken their businesses (or started new ones) on the road. We were honored to be recent guests on the show.

Wait until you have a spare, quiet 67 minutes (his interviews generally last about 45 minutes, but ours ran a bit long), grab a comfy seat and a drink (alcohol is fine if you feel the need!), sit back and check out Heath’s interview with those fascinating full-time-RVing YouTubers, TheRVgeeks. ;-) Just turn your speakers on, click the play button, sit back and enjoy. Then let us know what you think!

Click the play button below to listen to our podcast right here!


For details about Heath and Hourly America and to hear more episodes of The RV Entrepreneur Podcast, visit his website:

Heath’s Make Money & RV Facebook group is  a great resource for anyone considering working while full-timing:

Since this is the first time we’ve done a video quite like the one above, we wanted to evoke a feeling a bit like an old-time radio show. We thought that reviving our original RVgeeks theme music was just the thing, and we’ve had many requests for it since we retired it anyway.

Yes, that’s me, (Peter) at the keyboard, playing Scott Joplin’s Maple Leaf Rag, from 1899. If you’re a fellow ragtime fan, you can watch and hear me play the entire piece at the Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort (Maple Leaf only runs about 3 minutes, so don’t worry about making too big a time commitment LOL). And thanks in advance for forgiving the flubs… I’m self-taught and pretty intimidated when anyone’s watching me play, let alone having a video camera pointed at me.

Recent & Related Videos:

Featured & Related Products & Services:

We'd Love It If You Shared This!

Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Sometimes we receive products for evaluation at no cost and may use affiliate links to the products and services from which we earn commissions. For example, as an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. That said, it's important to us to let you know that our opinions are our own. We only recommend products we believe deliver real value and that we can confidently recommend without reservation. You also won’t pay an extra penny by using our links. Thanks so much for supporting RVgeeks as we work to create helpful RVing-related content that we hope enhances your RVing life!

Even though we're handy RVers, we're not professional technicians. So although we're happy with the techniques and products we use, you should be sure to confirm that all methods and materials are compatible with your equipment and abilities. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you're unsure about working on your RV. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk.

You May Also Like