Not a motor home, but yes to a camper/trailer. My retirement dream is to be able to winter in Mexico, and summer in Canada. I want to drive out of Canada, through the US and into Mexico each fall and then the reverse trip each spring. This would require a long stretches of travel, and to save costs, I would like to haul a camper.
Maybe when I was younger,and with a partner,it would have been rather fun..They are so very well equipped nowadays with solar panels for all your power needs!!! But I am not well enough to live this lifestyle and my dogs are much too large to take with me even if I was able to do so!!! No! I do not think this would be a great idea for me.
My husband and I are currently being grey nomads do have had much discussion about how to go. Should it be hotel rooms, park cabins, a caravan or a motor home. (I haven't forgotten tents, that was never an option for us.) We decided very much against the motor home as it is cumbersome to be driving about in and everytime you eant to go out you have to pack up. So no motorhone for us. We also dismissed caravans both for the cost of the initial outlay and additional fuel costs. In the end we chose park cabins. It's working well for us. This is our 74th day on the road.
Yeeeeeeees That has been my husbands dream ever since I met him almost 20 years ago. 3 kids and a dog later its more on his mind than ever. He works so hard and such long hours weekends public holidays its been virtually impossible to coordinate family time. Our 7 and 5 year olds have not been on a family holiday yet and dream about it, hearing about all their friends adventures is so hard on them. A motor home would honestly mean the world to us.
I do admit I do drift off into the fantasy when I see them. Then I crash quickly back to reality when I think of parking them, trying to stand up in them, and that awkward dance kind of thing that happens when you are trying to get the cereal out from the overhead cupboard and someone else is trying to leave to go to the loo. And there is the ultimate deal breaker, having to run accross whatever to get to the shower/ladies room. There endeth the fantasy.
Yes I would love one. Now days they are so modern with shower and toilet and great kitchens.I would love to wake up on a Saturday and think.. hmm lets go away for the night ..and just pick a spot and caravan park.They truly are mobile homes.
Had camping equipment, then camper-trailer, which was excellent, but sold once kids' lost interest.
Did enjoy going camping very much so, usually somewhere which had horse-riding, & fishing, also!
Absolutely ...I would love one.
Able to travel all over this gorgeous land.
Taking my home comforts with me.
Wether I travelled alone...with my husband, family or friends I'd be out hitting the road, following the sun, meeting new people, seeing new places and living the dream
I would love to have a motor home but we may have a problem, I live in England. But I am in love with Scotland , I would love to just fill up with fuel and a few groceries and hit the road through the glens and mountains with my dog and my camera.
I would love to own a motor home I can just pack up and off I go when ever I chose and also I can go see my 2 sons and thier families in others states I don't have to answer to anyone where when I go places and if I am running late I can just call in at a caravan park and just stay the night or 2 I can just see myself having such a ball of a time if I had one of these no one will be able to keep up with me on where I am
We have retired and just sold our family home. The future is somewhat a mystery, but boy of boy We would LOVE to own a Motor Home!! I am already thinking of all the wonderful places we would travel in our huge country of Australia!
Yes, I would love to travel around Australia again. I did it 40 yrs ago in a caravan with 2 kids, following construction work. Didn't get into the top end or central Australia which is what I'd really like to do.
Put a motor scooter on the back and away we go!!
It would be nice to meet someone compatible to do it with.....
We use to park our at the end of the road in Yellowknife, NWT. from the beging of May to the end of September when the bears chased us away. It's having a cottage anywhere you want to have one. The sites are secure and it great, I wholeheartedly recommend them for anyone who wants to get away and have their home with them.