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Old 06-09-2014, 08:01 AM   #1
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End of our 90 day "camping" trip...

We recently decided to make the move from Mass to Florida. We've lived in Mass for the past 25yrs, and I'm originally from Maine, but just didn't want to go through another Pilgrim-killing winter

The logistics of this became quite complicated, due mainly to the fact that there's 3 adults (me, DW, and Brother-In-Law) plus two boxers and 3 Maine Coon cats.

We are not in the group of folks that could afford two mortgages, so we decided to move the motorhome to Florida and live in it until our Mass houses sold, and we could buy a home in Florida.

With 8 things living in our 36' coach, it's been "cozy" to say the least ...but we've somehow managed to make it work, and will finally be closing on our new home in Dunedin, Fl tomorrow morning.

It's been a long journey, and I'm really amazed that together, we all made it work. The BiL has been sleeping on the couch for 3mos, and we've all been surrounded by the dogs and cats for a very long time now.
Not sure what were all going to do with all of the space in the new home, but we're sure looking forward to figuring it out

Having our motorhome absolutely made this move possible, I have no idea how we could have done this without it.


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Old 06-09-2014, 09:45 AM   #2
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Congrats on the new home…and for making it 3 months in the RV with so many bodies. I think you are bit braver than most of us!

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Old 06-09-2014, 10:49 AM   #3
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Yeah...interesting experience.

First thing on the list will be to get the RV detailed by someone

And I don't think we'll be doing any camping real soon...lol

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