Originally Posted by tuffr2
You planning on a travel trailer or 5th wheel or drivable? My wife worked remote in our 5th wheel for 18 months. She bought a small desk and chair that we set up in the back of a rear living area 5th wheel. Her employer was in Indiana and we moved between Florida and Pennsylvania. We used a 4G Verizon jet pack for internet which was just ok. Now with 5G that would be a lot better.
Now they make 5th wheels with a mid bunk that you could easily turn into an office. I would think about removing the RV furniture and buying a desk and chair.
In a travel trailer they make opposing slide outs in the back of a bunk room model. That gives even more room to create and office. Remove the RV furniture and add your own.
I am not sure of floor plans of drivable RV's but they probably have floor plans that you could modify.
Now I know you do not want to get stuck in the north during winter so you should plan on moving north and south.
Thanks for all the info!
I am planning on a travel trailer in a long term spot with WiFi. Backup for that would be a Verizon phone with hotspot. Most of what I do is remote controlling my work computer using Windows RDP which is a built-in app that does surprisingly well without a lot of bandwidth. But we use MS Teams for meetings and it is far less tolerant of slow connections.
I won't need a huge amount of space. I will probably get an all in one 27" PC. though I might go 22" with a second monitor because I am so used to that. But a real chair and keyboard at the right height are must haves.
I have seen some floor plans with a wide bunk in a back corner that look promising. I am not sure how simple removing the furniture is.