10. Go where ya want, when you want.

9. No motel/hotel rental, with slobber soiled pillows and creepy's in the sheets.

8. You can choose your neighbors.

7. No roof gutters to clean.

6. No yards to mow.

5.No 2nd.and 3rd mortgages.

4. No shoveling snow in the driveway every winter.

3. No property taxes and Home owners association fees.

2. No having to pack a suit case to travel and visit.

1. The open road is your front yard. And Home is where you Park it.

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Comment by Tamarie Nelson on October 7, 2016 at 5:42pm

hi Lakota we  are planning to  head out  in the middle of may 2017  & going to Tombstone then to my cousin in roswell N M  then from there we are not sure where we are going.

Comment by Ralph Javins on February 29, 2016 at 12:26pm

Good morning; 

I am not sure about that Number 7 point.  I still need to go up on the roof and clean off the pine needles and things out of the gutters and between the roof side and the awning roll. 

Kevin Smith is right; there is maintenance to be done on any home, even one with wheels on it.  In fact, maybe more maintenance when there are wheels involved. 

Ralph, Latté Land, Washington 

Comment by Kevin F Smith on February 9, 2016 at 10:55am

I wouldn't trade this lifestyle for the world!  But its still a lot of maintenance to keep a vintage RV rolling all over the country...lol!

Comment by Jimco_W001 on February 8, 2016 at 8:42pm

Rich and Lakota, Home is where you park it. What great freedom!

Comment by Rich Thomas on February 8, 2016 at 10:50am

One I can add Lakota, move on when bad weather is on the prowl. We just got put on an other winter storm watch till Wednesday, I could be on the coast by then. Hats off to all you full timers!



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