Thursday, March 19, 2009
My husband and I have sold our home and are travelling in our motorhome. The cost of doing this is far less than staying in one spot paying insurance, taxes, utilities etc. The added bonus is the different sites you see from your back door and the wonderful people you meet. If you want a frugal lifestyle then this is a one way to go.
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Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick
This is a interesting site to see in New Brunswick. The tide comes in every day and over time has shaped the rocks. Tourists can walk on the ocean floor certain times of the day when the tide is out.
What a neat idea!
Friday, March 20, 2009 | By CarolWeaver
This sounds so exciting! I've actually always wanted to do something like this. Where are you planning on traveling? If you make it down to the southrn US, you should camp out at the Alabama Gulf Coast. There are some nice RV parks there.
Saturday, March 21, 2009 | By Rainbowridergrma
We are full-time rv'ers also. We love it. So much easier not to have 'junk'. And I agree that it is more frugal than a house. One thing that amazed me when we moved into the motor home, was the things you do not need. Why do I have 5 red sweaters? And most campgrounds have lovely natural settings. I do tell people, if they want to rv, do it while you can. Saw too many people wait until one of them could not travel.
just a little RV tip
Thursday, April 09, 2009 | By jwmn
I don't know if you already have this info but you can boondock (park) at any Walmart. Alot of businesses don't allow it. I work at Walmart and am always envious of the boondockers!!! I plan to do what you are doing in the future!!! Have fun!!!
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