A retiree enjoying those free years in a motorcoach for about five months a year. Used to be a full timer for a decade. Owns a property in the rural section of this village where I certainly can park three or four RVs. Deeply involved in a RV owner club organizing a RV rally each year.
A member of several RV Clubs, I keep abreast of what's making the lifestyle so enjoyable and adding productive years to our own personal life.
A bit of Knowledge and Skills on many systems found in MH
Quite familiar with south FLA's west coast where I spent winter months for over ten years.
A 2006 Type A coach built by Monaco on a W-22 chassis powered by an 8.1L engine. A couple of slide-outs make it roomy in front and in the bedroom. It seems we're in a condo on wheels... OEM interior.
We stayed one night at the motorhomer’s property which is located in the country on a quiet road. We parked our RV on a level gravel pad. After setting up, our hosts kindly offered us a glass of wine. Then we sat outside and had a nice chat with them. We spent a peaceful night at their location. Our hosts even invited us to stay until after lunch the next day. They were expecting friends (fellow RVers) and they wanted us to meet them! Unfortunately, we could not stay that long as we already had other plans for the day. We highly recommend the motorhomer. They are great welcoming hosts!
we spent one night in this quiet location. Motorhomer was very helpful to us and shared some great insight
hope to see them on the road in the future, (and will give you plenty of space)
Pierre welcomed us to his property and we parked next to his barn. He is very busy renovating it for RV storage, so didn't have much time to talk. But he did give us some excellent recommendations of what to see in the area, and we did several nice bike trips around the Prescott Russel trail