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I want to agree with Inparadise. Rent a unit and try it out. Anything over 20 feet, and you will want to consider a vehicle to tow along so you can have transportation when you get established somewhere.

I just sold my Jeep Cherokee to a fellow who is striking out for Alaska. He is going to stop for several days to a week each place along the way, and he plans to use the jeep for getting around. I believe that is the best plan I have heard about.

Internet access is not a problem. I have been in chat rooms with several people who were communicating with me from the wilds of New Mexico and Arizona. They had no problems.

It would be a shame to sell your home and then learn you want to have a home again. That is a lot of trouble and expense for nothing. Rent a unit, give that life style a fair test, and then decide what you really want. The grass is always greener...and all that stuff.
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