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Old 09-26-2014, 07:39 AM   #41
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Nope - any gaps will stay in hotels/campgrounds(Tent) etc... I will plan the logistics so we don't do that too much. for example in our area, MA, from Sept thru May you can get a place near the ocean for 900/month with everything included except food. That's 8 months of 12. The next 4 maybe someplace away from cities and tourist area's - we shall see.

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Old 09-26-2014, 07:50 AM   #42
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Wife and I are going to buy a used enclosed trailer 17 X 7 and fill it with our home. Locate furnished or unfurnished houses/apartments for rent during the off seasons and hang out in those area's.

Rent a uhaul to move the trailer and get down to one car.

Are you going to hire someone to help you load/unload the trailer each time you move? As someone who has moved a lot, I'm recalling how tough the move part was each time. Perhaps you are really scaling down your household items that you plan to move each time?

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I would be happy to make recommendations on 'must do's' vs 'not so much' if the time ever comes. We stayed in over 40 different locations throughout 11 states. Our focus was getting to as many National Parks as possible, everything from Saguaro NP in S. Arizona to Theodore Roosevelt NP in N. Dakota, but we hit lots and lots of other sites and places beside. Truly the experience of our lifetimes to date.
I'd be interested in these recommendations - start a thread or add here or arrange to email - your choice.

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For us our motto is "adventure before dementia", we've known too many couples where one or the other becomes too ill to travel. Fortunately this is something that both of us wanted to do and were able to retire early enough to do while still in good health.
Love the motto...

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