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Old 11-18-2013, 10:22 AM   #15
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What is the average age of full timers ? Or oldest. Just wonder if 69 yrs old is to old to start!!!!!
Bob, DH is going to be 66 this year. We have fulltimed for 3 years now. If you are healthy and able, I see no reason why you can't fulltime. We have met people who fulltime and then when they feel they can't travel anymore, buy a park model in a campground. We have met people older than us who also fulltime. Get out there and enjoy while you can!!
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The oddest one was a couple with a regular van and a popup. They were full timing in the popup. I had a couple in their eighties who lived full time in a class B. They traded from a pleasure way Class B to a Roadtrek Class B. They had been doing it since retiring.
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:26 PM   #17
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Anybody have a Class A RV as a permanent home. I mean like sold your house and live on the road ?.
Yes! It is awesome.
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