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Old 08-28-2012, 07:28 PM   #29
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San Diego has the most temperate climate in the 48 contiguous states. If you don't need to be on the beach you should be able to find a place to park the TT that isn't prohibitive.
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Well, the places I've found are all pretty expensive. 900-1500
Thats too much for me right now, especially when in CA with the salary cut.
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Well, the places I've found are all pretty expensive. 900-1500
Thats too much for me right now, especially when in CA with the salary cut.
Don't know your budget, but did you look at this place? http://www.sdrvresort.com/rates or places more inland? Have you been to the places you are considering? If it were me, and it's not, I would go spend a week or so checking the areas out that I was considering, in person, before making any move. The worst thing would be getting stuck someplace you hate. The internet is a great place to do initial research, but you can't experience a community online.
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yes i did see that place. thank you for the suggestion
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As mentioned before, Tucson has a Whole Foods and here is just one RV park I've checked. It's $2500/year and no age restriction.....sounds VERY reasonable to me! What, exactly, are you looking for in the way of price?

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Well im a little paranoid now of the heat aspect of Tucson. From all the warnings I received about the Phoenix weather on this forum. $300 a month would be great! $500 is my limit. For now. Its not an easy process to find a suitable trailer, sell my things and such. I wouldn't go through all that just to go spend what I would typically spend on an apartment.
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For what it's worth..Tucson is a "little" cooler than Phoenix....
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