You can’t have both.
A really nice house. Not enough room in an RV for me.
That’s the beauty of it.
Well, some people think they’re minimalist when you RV. And you do give up some luxuries of home…
I’d take a 36’ 5th wheel if I had the option. That’s about as big as they make and not very ‘minimalist.’ Lol
I am trying to get a job about two hours away. It’s mostly remote but I would have to be there a couple times a week.
If I get the job I might buy a travel trailer but it would be a small one as my two SUVs can only tow 5000 pounds. I found a nice RV park close by but I just may do hotel rooms if I don’t have to go much.
I have been looking at some. Wanted to go look today but ran out of time. Probably won’t get the job anyway.
Good luck on the job. I hope it works out for you.
What I’d rather have is a nice apartment where I don’t have to pay city taxes and take care of the lawn etc. a condo would be nice too. I’ve lived in a house, an apartment and a condo. Living in a house is very expensive and stressful for me. But, that said, I’m very grateful for my home
That’s what you think.
RV stands for recreational vehicle. They’re not intended for continuous use I guess. The best part is they can withstand the strongest earthquakes. Provided the road beneath doesn’t collapse. But tornados, on the other hand…
Does anyone remember ‘earthquake’ from the WWF wrestling?
Sorry to be OT and derail my own post.
Now would be a good time to stop…
All I know is WWF stands for world wide fund (for animals) and features a panda bear on the logo.
Talk about derailing…
Definitely a really nice house. But I don’t like doing yard work or paying for it so, I choose to live in a really nice apartment. And I do!
An RV doesn’t have enough space for lots of kids…
RV with some land and privacy.
I’d take the rv… no the house… no the rv…. I can’t choose
An easier question for me would be
Big house in the city or tiny house in a huge field
I’ll take the small house in a huge field…. Just something about an rv feels so temporary idk
Anyone would take nice house over nice rv. Question should have been dilapidated house or nice rv or something
That’s a selling feature right there. Also, the kid won’t get to borrow ours. (She knows our plans and hinted, was rebuffed.)
I’d like to have a nice house in the winter when I’m trapped inside, but could care less about it during the warm months. It’s just a place to sleep when I’m not out walking or taking pictures. An RV to go fun places is more appealing.
The house can be a small house, I don’t want to do a lot of cleaning.
I want to live on the road
You could probably pull at least a teardrop with your impala.
Not following your meaning?