Retire to an RV!

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Becoming an RVer is an option for retirement. It can make sense if you like to travel, like comfort. It can be a frugal way of travel.

Beautiful vistas!

Beautiful vista in Monument Valley

Retiring to an RV is one way to see the country – or even beyond. Many of our friends have RVed in Canada and Mexico. One adventurous couple in one of our RV groups has gone all the way to Panama in their RV and next year are shipping a small RV to Europe so they can travel over there. And, there is sure plenty to see right here in the U.S. and Canada. No schlepping of suitcases; no using questionable restroom facilities. Eat the way you like without spending a fortune or loading up on empty calories or unhealthy carbs. And you sleep in your own bed every night with your own pillow. What could be better?

RVers can control more of their expenses than someone living in a stix ‘n brix house. They can camp free some nights or stay at low-cost campgrounds. They control how far they travel in a day and how often so control their fuel expenditures. They can choose their domicile, reducing the overall amount spent on taxes, insurance and other government fees.

Join us as we explore the RV retirement lifestyle!

Jaimie Hall Bruzenak and the late Alice Zyetz

December 3, 2012
Categories : RV retirement
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