From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
Once upon a time, Bob and Michelle Hazlett took an 80 day vacation pulling a pop-up camper, and by the time they were due to go home neither one of them wanted to. And so the desire to full-time was born.
Bob, originally from Philadelphia, and Michelle, from Lowell, Massachusetts, lived in Jamestown, Ohio, where Bob was an engineer doing research and development with the U.S. Air Force, and then defense contractors. Michelle worked in administration, human resources, and retail positions.
They said that the day, four years ago, when they hit the road in their 2011 Keystone Cougar High Country 5th wheel was awesome and have loved the freedom to scratch their hitch itch whenever the desire to move on hits them. They have found that for them, staying in one place for two to four months is comfortable. One month is too short and they find five to six months uncomfortably long.
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