From the writers at Boston Globe
For my parents, home is where they park it. Last summer, they sold the 3,500 square-foot house that both my mother and I grew up in. With downsizing and exploration in mind, they cruised right past their Baby Boomer peers and moved into a decked out Class A motor home — with two cats and a Lab mutt in tow. What started as an unconventional way to house hunt has morphed into their new way of life.
It’s been a bumpy ride at times, but they are adapting to a mobile lifestyle. Now, a year into their adventure, I ask them to explain what happens after you make the decision to pare down, pack up, and hit the road.
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