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May 12, 2007

Full-Timing

Filed under: Travel in the U.S. — Heligypsy @ 2:58 pm

Sometimes I come across messages or blogs about what the definition of a “Full-Time RVer” is. It seems to me that anyone who lives in an RV, with no other home base (or sticks and bricks, the travelers preferred jargon) would qualify for the term. The debate comes from those RVers who regularly travel about the country, not stopping in one destination for longer than, say, one 3 month season – pick your favorite. This train of thought goes on to assume then, that the people who live in an RV full-time with no other home base, but never move year after year are nothing more than regular trailer dwellers. Now, the authors are always quick to point out that there is nothing wrong with that, but there does seem to be some stigma about taking full advantage of having a home on wheels.

When we arrived at the Living Forest RV Park, we knew there were folks living here full-time in their RV’s, but it was a day or two before we saw the extent of their “nesting”. These people were not going anywhere anytime soon. Really, it gave a whole new meaning to Full-Timing!

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And to avoid any confusion – we are no longer at the Living Forest, I just had to share these funky add-ons with you.

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1 Comment »

  1. Well, we’d know yours anywhere, if you decided to attach an add-on, there would be a chicken coup involved.

    Comment by Laura — May 20, 2007 @ 1:44 pm | Reply


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