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Old 03-31-2015, 06:19 PM   #29
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Ours is a little different, it's our work house.

Just about every penny we earn happens while living in the bus. We don't know where we be or how long we will be there.
Can we ask doing what?
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Old 03-31-2015, 07:00 PM   #30
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Old 03-31-2015, 09:05 PM   #31
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I like looking where I am going next vs. where I just came from. (Class A vs. 5th wheel).
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Old 03-31-2015, 10:31 PM   #32
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I like looking where I am going next vs. where I just came from. (Class A vs. 5th wheel).
I don't get it
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Old 04-01-2015, 04:06 AM   #33
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We've had our Class A in some pretty quiet places. We prefer smaller RV Parks with good spaces, decent amenities and good spacing between camp sites. The reason we have a Class A is that our journeys tend to be anywhere from two to four months at a pop, moving every few weeks depending on the nature of the trip. We like the extra space, storage and room to entertain another couple, or two if the weather is bad. Speaking of bad weather it helps to have a Class A so you don't feel cramped up during a week long storm. Our last trip down the coast was miserable weather wise, but cozy in the MH. Good books, some nice music and no phones. I'd have preferred sunshine and sitting outside reading, but it was comfortable, warm and dry inside through it all. To each his, or her own. Drive safe.
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For us it about the freedom. I spent the last 15 years in a plane, whiteness every state from 30 thousand feet and only got to visit real people for a short time in really cool locations. Now it is time to see the US from ground level and get to know the people in this great spots. The motor home lets us stay as long as we want where we want. It is all about staying free as long as we both can walk.
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Old 04-01-2015, 07:40 AM   #36
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We already live out in the sticks, so when we go camping we do it at a busy Walmart in the inner city.
We live in the sticks too. We have not had neighbors that we can see from the house for the last 20 years. The dogs have a 2 ac compound surrounded by invisible fence. We spent the last 30 years flying to destinations to get away. Places where shoes are not recommended, or where you throw your watch into the bottom of your dry bag and forget about it for a week. Cell signals are not an option.

RV parks have been challenging for us and the dogs. Our goal is to seek out as much solitude as possible and spend the least amount of nights in RV parks as possible. So far, we prefer state parks over private RV parks. They seem to offer more space and privacy. We don't mind having neighbors, we just don't want to look across into their windows. We would rather walk/hike a little to have happy hour and share some beverages.
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Scotty; I joke about that because I seem to hear people who live in the city and want to get out in the sticks. So maybe people like us who live out in the sticks like to get away and into the city.
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Scotty; I joke about that because I seem to hear people who live in the city and want to get out in the sticks. So maybe people like us who live out in the sticks like to get away and into the city.
Oh I could feel your sarcasm. Kind of like the question of "What do people who live in paradise do for vacations?"
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Oh I could feel your sarcasm. Kind of like the question of "What do people who live in paradise do for vacations?"
We don't go on vacation
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Oh I could feel your sarcasm. Kind of like the question of "What do people who live in paradise do for vacations?"
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We bought are class a to have a little more room than our previous class c.

Our S&B is in a rural setting, you won't find my MH at a place like this.
My favorite T-shirt says "Doesn't play well with others"
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We bought are class a to have a little more room than our previous class c.

Our S&B is in a rural setting, you won't find my MH at a place like this.
My favorite T-shirt says "Doesn't play well with others"
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