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I'm an RV'er, have been since Dec 2011. I love the lifestyle, and the FREEDOM! I covered over 10,000 miles in my first 11 months, traveling from Florida to NJ to Utah, then Texas before "landing" in Colorado…
THEN I spent the WINTER at 6700 ft. in Steamboat Springs where temperatures fell to -35F and snow was on the ground for about 4 months! And…I loved it!
Now I'm at Steamboat Lake – about 30 "clicks" North of Steamboat – days are near 80 and nights near 40 – no humidity, and my neighbors are all campers. Loving it.
I earn my living online so I am truly "location neutral".
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We are dreaming about getting rv when we retire too. But I am very puzzle as to how we can avoid chaos or prepare for survival if we are on the road. To me, I think the 2 activities are in conflict with each other. Any advise or insight?
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