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Welcome, we are Jerry and Linda. We are both retired (Jerry from corporate and Linda from a university) but only part timers as we still have a house and land in the Midwest. Our daughter, son and granddaughter live close by. We do go South for the winter, usually Alabama, and back to the house in the spring for birthdays and to put in a garden. We take one or two short trips in the summer, travel north in the fall and then south after the holidays.
We have found traveling in our motor home is so much better then owning property at the beach or a cottage on the lake. It even beats a timeshare in the mountains. Our condo on wheels will go anywhere and we still have all our ‘stuff’ with us. We don’t have to worry about who has been sleeping in our bed, or who has used the bathroom before us. We pack one time and go. There’s no hauling luggage from the car to the room and unpacking if you’re staying for a couple of days. Then you have to repack and haul it back to the car.
With the RV we don’t have to kennel the dogs. We travel with four Bedlington Terriers, our own little herd. We have changed our dining area into a place to put four large cages for the dogs to travel safely in. They are constantly surprised when they go for their walks, as they never know where they will be. Because we have them on a special diet, we also carry a chest freezer with us – loosing one of the recliners.
Jerry is pretty handy with tools and computers and tinkers (Linda’s word) around the motor home. Linda, an avid quilter and craftsperson, has set up a folding two by four foot table next to the dogs to work on her crafts.
There is nothing better then a home on wheels. We travel with our own bed, bath, kitchen, heating and air conditioning. To stay in touch with the kids and the world, we have satellite internet and phone; and for relaxing, we can sit in our recliners to read a good book or watch satellite TV inside and out. If we don’t like where we are we just raise the stabilizers, inflate the airbags, unplug the shore power, and hit the road. We’re on our own timetable.