Often with full timing couples the husband is the one who comes up with the idea of selling everything and hitting the road, and the wife needs time to process things before she agrees to give up house and home (and grand kids) in favor of the nomadic lifestyle.
But in Rick and Cherry Stevens’ case, she was the one who had wanted to sell the house and go full timing for years. Husband Rick said it wasn’t until they went to Florida for two months shortly after retirement that he realized there was nothing missing in his life, even though they were so far from their home near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Soon after that epiphany they began looking for a Class A motorhome to replace the much smaller Class C they owned.
Rick, who worked in data processing for 45 years, and Cherry, a former buyer and internal accounts receivable analyst, had spent years camping in tents, popups, and travel trailers over the years. They settled on a 35 foot 2011 Coachmen Mirada as their new home on wheels.
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