From the writers at Blasting News.
Three years ago we decided to downsize from a big property in Chandler, Ariz., to something a little more manageable. I normally fight change, but this time, I agreed to try. We were living on an acre of property with a 2700 square foot house, large auto garage, 900 square foot guest house, and many other storage buildings. We had horses, dogs, chickens, and cats.
We were retired and our kids had moved out, so we thought smaller might be better. We already owned a 42 foot RV, so a logical plan was to move into the RV until we found the perfect house.
Mesa RV resort
Once our house sold we moved the RV into a nice RV resort where we planned to stay on a temporary basis. We started aggressively searching for our new “downsized” home.
However, the longer we looked the more we realized we enjoyed the simple life of the RV. The RV resort where we spend most of our time has all the amenities we were used to, such as several pools, a restaurant, club house, various sports, and activities.
Week long trips
We started taking trips in the RV to various places for weeks at a time. National Parks; Grand Canyon, Smokey Mountains, and Zion for a start. These were great vacations in that we could stay as long as we wanted without the worry of the house and animals left at home. We also had all our “stuff” with us.
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