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I think that living fulltime in an RV sounds like a great dream! However a potential drawback for me is there could be too much solitude, since I'm single.


In college, I lived fulltime in an RV. It was parked in a motel-trailer park in the longterm section next to the longterm motel rooms. This was a good balance for me between solitude and companionship. If I wanted company, I could check the pool or laundry room or get ice in the office. Or I could just go over to the neighbors' places. I never moved the trailer and actually had a small lawn.

If you are more of a travelling man, I've heard that RV'ers are quite friendly. I seem to remember that you are quite young, so the older women will probably mother you with casseroles and ask you to lift heavy things.

Vickifool
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