My husband and I have been full time for nearly two years. We have a 27' Lance travel trailer. We workkamp in the summer and winter and travel in between. So far we have had positions in New Mexico, Alaska, and the southern California desert. We are headed to Yellowstone for the summer. We enjoy the longer stays so we can explore an area of our choosing in depth, and we love the travel time in between gigs. We sold our home and most of our belongings and couldn't be happier! I am 60 and he is 65.
Yep, I get it.... when I saw these forums I was excited to participate. As a military retiree jumped all over ther Veterans forum as well posting and commenting and began to notice that I was apparently the only one there. Don't think there has been a post on it since I last visited in April.
Unless you are on the Politics forum there seems to be not much interest in any of these others..
Hello there. I recently became a full time RVer. I had solar put in and try to stay in campgrounds. I joined RVing Women ages ago before I bought an RV and recently joined Escapees who I will be meeting up with for a rally soon. How ready you liking full timing?
Did that back in 06 for 4 years and traveled across the US. Joined the Escapees RV Club. We saw sights I never thought I would see. The Grand Canyon was awesome and camped there for a few days with a great view from our camper.
Rent an RV for a weekend and she may change her mind about the camping thing. I kind of was like that till my husband bought a fifth wheel. We saw so many beautiful sights across this country that I know I wouldn't have seen otherwise. You are able to park overnight at some Crackebarrel Restaurants then have breakfast in the morning. (so nice)
Thanks for sharing that website.I have never heard of it before.
We are retired too and bought a 24 ft. Class C GulfStream Conques a year ago July and love it.We had a major power outage a few days ago so we just moved into our rig, turned the generator on and enjoyed the night with heat, TV and a few glasses of wine! We never knew it would come in that handy!!
BUT we only travel in the summer when we rent our house out on Airbnb. It pays for our short and long adventures. We live in the mountains outside Boulder, Co.