From the bloggers at Cheap RV Living.
This is Part 2 of a guest post by Jaclyn Heyen about her wonderful life full-timing on a Harley and towing a Tear Drop trailer.
Now, back to the story. I own my bike and home so the only bills I have are student loans and insurance for the bike and trailer. I will, unfortunately, be paying on the student loans for the rest of my life but other than that I am way ahead of others in my age group.
I don’t have a house payment, electric, water and basic living bills. I don’t have the enormous amount of medical bills I had for the treatment of depression. No more medications, doctor, psychiatrist, psychologist visits, support groups or the occasional in-patient stays.
In the two and a half years I have been living differently I have spent around $200 for a place to stay. A campground someone recommended and a couple hotels during bad weather. Once from multiple days of riding in triple digit temps in the west and once when I got caught in severe thunderstorm weather in southern Minnesota.
I had planned to stay at Walmart, but after being stuck in the back of the store for 45 minutes because of a tornado warning while my bike fell over from the winds still attached to the trailer so the front leg of the trailer bent, decided it was a good night for a hotel since more bad weather was on the way.
To read the full story by Cheap RV Living, click here.